ok, I understand.
This leaves only my intention to switch easily between system auto and custom settings. Currently I have to close the fan dialog and open it again to get my custom settings back. I believe, there is a better solution.
I think we have a misunderstanding here. The settings will not be mixed. It is just not possible to switch between both. Once I turn system settings on, I can not switch back to custom settings, as they are lost.
If "Minimize Main Windown on Start up" is checked, it is not possible to identify the version number. Could be replicated on the main config screen.
Also: Configuration in Tray has different screen then Configuration on Sensor screen.
Would like to have to buttons on Sensor screen, as this...
Fan Control is set to Custom Auto with individual settings.
Click on "System Auto" will enable system default behavior.
Click on "Custom Auto" will give empty settings. Old settings should remain.
Closing Screen and clicking fan icon will again activate stored individual settings...
I could not notice any effect. What should it do?
What I would like is:
Say I have a setting of 10000 ms.
a) If Upspin is necessary, at least spin for 10000 ms, so cooling can actually take place.
b) After downspin, at least do not spin up for 10000 ms, but take spin up if temperature...
On the fan control dialog one can set the Respin Period.
If you mark the whole number and start typing "1", the program checks the entry after first number, gives an error message and then crashes. Thus it is not possible to type in a new value from scratch.
Check should be performed on...
Hi, my Dell Vostro goes into standby for a while, then into hibernation. This is when the program crashes. Windows Error Log only shows this:
I use the Custom Fan Control feature which works fine on my Dell Vostro.
I start HWINFO64 (416) using the task planner. However, I need to click the Fan Control Icon once manually to start the Fan Control.
Would be nice if it kicks in automatically. Thanks for your time.