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sensor question
#1
When I click on the Sensor icon my screen goes black and the video card fan goes max speed. Is the program checking the sensor??.. I waited for like 2 mins.. and still black screen. I'm not sure is it suppose to do that? and for how long?.

i7-875k
P7P55D-E Pro
XFX HD5770 1GB


Thanks in advance!
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#2
This should not happen, could be an issue in HWiNFO32 which I need to fix.
Please enable Debug Mode in HWiNFO32 / Configure, then start the program, open Sensors and wait a while. Then you will probably need to reboot the machine. After back in system, please locate the "HWiNFO32.DBG" that was created. Please send me this file, so I can analyse what happened there.
You might also try to disable the "LPC & EC Support" option in Configure to see if that helps.

orioncheung Wrote:When I click on the Sensor icon my screen goes black and the video card fan goes max speed. Is the program checking the sensor??.. I waited for like 2 mins.. and still black screen. I'm not sure is it suppose to do that? and for how long?.

i7-875k
P7P55D-E Pro
XFX HD5770 1GB


Thanks in advance!
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#3
Ok I disable LPC & EC support. I also forgot to tell you, when it goes black. USB keyboard and mouse becomes turn OFF. No power to it. Oh and this problem happen on both v3.58-913 and v3.59-920 beta

System:
Windows 7 ULT (up to date)
i7-875k
Asus P7P55D-E Pro (newest bios.)
XFX HD5770 1GB (Cat 10.8 drivers)
Asus STX sound card
4x2GB G.Skill ram ddr3 pc1600
LiteOn iHAS424 DVD-Burner

I have to upload it to Hotfiles:
<!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://hotfile.com/dl/65359245/cb3d868/HWiNFO32.DBG.html">http://hotfile.com/dl/65359245/cb3d868/ ... 2.DBG.html</a><!-- m -->

The file is too big. "The file is too big, maximum allowed size is 256 KiB." the file is 394KB.
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#4
Thanks for the data.
1. Do you have also some another monitoring tool running?
2. Please enable back the "LPC & EC support"
3. Try this release: <!-- w --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.hwinfo.com/beta/hw32_359_921.zip">www.hwinfo.com/beta/hw32_359_921.zip</a><!-- w -->
Please let me know if that helped or the problem persists.
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#5
This version works. I notice the CPU usage on it.. is kinda.. weird... It some times use 1 thread almost 100% up and down.(dont worry about the Mhz on that picture.. windows is picking up my Multplier wrong. Your software is picking 100% right.)
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Only programs was running is Avira Anti Virus. I close the rest of the program.

I did debug mode on this new version.
<!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://hotfile.com/dl/65389565/9312cc8/HWiNFO32.DBG.html">http://hotfile.com/dl/65389565/9312cc8/ ... 2.DBG.html</a><!-- m -->

I also attached my DxDiag... Not sure would that help with anything.

Martin Wrote:Thanks for the data.
1. Do you have also some another monitoring tool running?
2. Please enable back the "LPC & EC support"
3. Try this release: <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.hwinfo.com/beta/hw32_359_921.zip">http://www.hwinfo.com/beta/hw32_359_921.zip</a><!-- m -->
Please let me know if that helped or the problem persists.


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.txt   DxDiag.txt (Size: 36.76 KB / Downloads: 72)
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#6
A short-term higher CPU load might be caused by certain sensor measuring, because some of them (like the EC) require more resource-extensive methods. You can check this if you try to disable sensors in the sensor dialog - right-click on a value/sensor name and then "Disable".
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