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Rainmeter - make changes to processor title?

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What's up guys, when I have rainmeter measuring my cpu, it displays

AMD Phenom(tm) II X2 550 Processor

Is there anyway to take out the processor part? It's long as balls with it.
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You probably don't have the same skin as I do but I guess they mostly all work the same way. I changed mine by right-clicking on the skin and then clicking on the path looking like this on my dark_rainmeter : Dark_Rainmeter/SystemInfo.

It will open the folder where the .ini file is, the rest is pretty simple, you open it in notepad and search for the whole string that you want to replace. Then you change it with whatever you want your CPU to be named. Also it's probably a good idea to make a backup copy of that file in case you mess it totally.

Now this will only work if the "processor" part is added as a string after whatever the system analyzer returns as the CPU name. Otherwise I don't really know how you could do it.

Hope this help,
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Thanks, sorry for the late reply, yeah it's stringed to my hkey, doesn't have any excess wording, guess I'm stuck frown.gif

Thanks again.
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