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After ver.4.34-2130 programm don't shows PCH temperature
All the information already stated in the title. Question - why so occurs or the program does not support my motherboard (H67H2-M3) because of her old age ).
P.S. For the program itself thank you very much - necessary tool for monitoring the state of the computer.

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Because the PCH temperature readout was causing problems on some systems, it was changed to disabled by default and needs to be manually enabled by user.
You can enable it by going into: Settings - Safety - "Enable PCH Thermal Device".
Thanks for the quick reply. Removed from the registry (just in case) the old data, set the checkbox, rebooted the computer, but the temperature has still not appeared.
Tried older versions (removing data from the registry) - 4.64 works even without a checkbox, starting from 5.00 no indications as with a check, and without.
No even at the bottom of the sensors list?
Please attach the HWiNFO Debug File, so I can check that.
While "playing" with the portable versions, in the list of sensors is only present in versions prior to 5.00. File attached, hope this is what You wanted.

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.dbg   HWiNFO64.DBG (Size: 1.31 MB / Downloads: 1)
Thanks, it's almost what I needed ;-) Please make sure you also open the sensors window before closing HWiNFO and grabbing the DBG file. Otherwise it doesn't contain the sensor data I need.
Please attach a new DBG file with sensor data.
Thanks for your attention ). Made a few, chose the largest ). Maybe there is no information about the sensor in the program, it will not be in the debug file ?

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.dbg   HWiNFO64.DBG (Size: 787.33 KB / Downloads: 1)
Thanks. You found a bug in HWiNFO Wink
It will be fixed in the next (Beta) build, so you'll again be able to see the PCH temperature.
Directly a stone from soul - suddenly problem would have been in my stupidity? )
Thank you again for your attention to other people's problems ).

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