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No luck. I tried and now one of it's files are corrupt.
Eclipseaudio4, yikes

Sounds the application has some issues. I'm assuming you've given Everest 5.02 a try?

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post #3122 of 12349
Yep I run everest Pro 5.00.165 and love it, but Im not about to not check out another Hardware monitoring program.
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post #3123 of 12349
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Originally Posted by eclipseaudio4 View Post
No luck. I tried and now one of it's files are corrupt.
I tried it and the application doesn't even launch anymore, almost like it uninstalled itself. O_o

Edit, I'm going to give Everest a try

Edit2: on Windows 7 RC 7100 x64 right now, so that might have something to do with my issue...

Edit3: the shortcut doesn't even give me the option to go to the file location, like another program does.


Edited by simfreak47 - 8/7/09 at 9:41am
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Simfreak47, well that is strange. The information posted above was taken from: http://www.cpuid.com/pcwizard.php. Scroll half way down the page and see "Debug Mode". Here's a list of things some machines may have troubles detecting: (hence the reason for running in debug mode)

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Some computers may have problems especially during:

* IDE/ATAPI device direct-access scan.
* SMBus scan.
* GPU i2C device direct-access.
* SuperIO/LPC sensor detection.
* ...
EDIT: My previous machine always froze with another application when it was detecting the SMBus.

Simfreak, have you tried uninstalled the application and reinstalling again?
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Simfreak47, well that is strange. The information posted above was taken from: http://www.cpuid.com/pcwizard.php. Scroll half way down the page and see "Debug Mode". Here's a list of things some machines may have troubles detecting: (hence the reason for running in debug mode)



EDIT: My previous machine always froze with another application when it was detecting the SMBus.

Simfreak, have you tried uninstalled the application and reinstalling again?
Yep, 2 times I tried reinstalling.

Edit: Everest (the one you linked) works just fine.
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I'm going to do some experimenting to see if I can get it to work.
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I don't remember if this has been posted before, but how well would a Phenom II X3 720 run on here? I don't have any interest in major overclocks, just maybe 3-3.2ghz. And I'm not interested in unlocking either

thanks
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Even though ASUS does not officially support what we recently discoverd. I am proud to announce with the help of some pioneers that our mothoerboards support the New AM2+ Phenom II CPU's. So incase your wondering yes your M2N Series motherboard will run happily with a new Am2+ Ph II cpu.
FTW
I guess I should of Read the OP
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LOL slim. unfortunately PC wizard has a serious issue with my comp. That and it wont listen. I told it not to check anything just to start and it checked anyway. I also tried admin priv, and XP SP3 compatibility No go on all fronts.
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I don't remember if this has been posted before, but how well would a Phenom II X3 720 run on here? I don't have any interest in major overclocks, just maybe 3-3.2ghz. And I'm not interested in unlocking either

thanks
I got one I was on bios 2205,now on 2208, works great.
here is shot at 3.2 ghz @ 1.344v(vdroop to 1.325 under load)

Gyro


Edited by Gyro - 8/7/09 at 10:25am
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Yep, 2 times I tried reinstalling.
Simfreak47, removing the registry entries and restarting the computer may resolve that. No need to bother I guess since Everest is working fine.

Good luck buddy

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I got one
Gyro, thank you for letting us know that a X3 720 works
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