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12-06-2008 01:11 PM - edited 12-06-2008 01:16 PM
I went to laptopvideo2go.com and downloaded the driver, and used the "have disk" method of installing it. Then I restarted the computer, but both of the hardware monitors would not show any GPU temperature.
So I tried the "Setup.exe" method, and restarted the computer. And then it showed the GPU Temp.
Thanks for the help!
Oh and I like the CPUID Hardware Monitor much, much better than the Nvidia Hardware Monitor. The Nvidia one monitors more things, but it's more anoying, and I like the way that the CPUID one keeps track of the minimum, and the maximum
12-06-2008 07:40 PM
I debated about the Sig between using laptop or desktop specs,decided on this since I am more active on the laptop side.This is my 3rd HP laptop in 5 yrs and I'm loving this latest very light and mobile model.I will be doing an XP dual boot on it soon and will update sig.
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12-12-2008 05:10 AM
Well, it was nice being able to see the GPU temperature, but that driver recked my system. So I removed it, and reinstalled the HP video driver.
12-12-2008 07:39 AM