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I have had soooo many problems with coretemp that i almost pulled my hair out of my head. I would recommend speedfan instead. It is very efficent and gives good temp readings. Also never had one problem with it.
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I have had soooo many problems with coretemp that i almost pulled my hair out of my head. I would recommend speedfan instead. It is very efficent and gives good temp readings. Also never had one problem with it.
Just as an FYI, the CoreTemp shutdown issues have been ironed out (I've been testing this for almost a month now, with absolutely no problems) with Beta v.95.4.

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Just tried it in Vista Ultimate x64... doesn't work for me.
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Coretemp works in vista 64bit as long as you press F8 during startup and then select disable driver enforcement. But you need to do this each time you want to use it.



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Coretemp works in vista 64bit as long as you press F8 during startup and then select disable driver enforcement. But you need to do this each time you want to use it.
Not anymore!!
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Program doesnt work for me on Vista 64.
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