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post #11 of 142 (permalink) Old 05-28-2007, 06:39 PM
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doesnt like pentium m's either

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Does not work with AMD Athlon XP-M either.

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Still crashes my system
Yea I've had some problems with it on my system too. I'll get random crashes and I don't think it's reading my temps right.

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Some have to revert to the 0.94 version.

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Crashes with SMP folding.

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E6600 users don't use .95 ver. it has sum issues with it.

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my god is this program correct says my temps are 43 n 44 idle ><
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