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Motherbord Well i want a motherboard monitor to get stats like the temp or the fan rpm but on all of the programs it requires what sort the motherboard is and i dont know? Could you help? P.S its a HP Compaq Presario V3000

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Try to use "SpeedFan 4.38". You can download it from "www.filehippo.com" on the Benchmarking category. Hope this helps.

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Download this nice utility from http://www.cybertechhelp.com/download/file/ctbios

 

Then open the zip file and double click on Ctdmi.exe

Press any key until you get a similar page with your motherboard typeMotherbord - 7f2a84e.jpg

Posted on Oct 20, 2007

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Monitor your component temps with Hardware Monitor


HWMonitor is FREE hardware monitoring program from the creators that brought us CPU-Z and GPU-Z that reads PC systems main health sensors such as voltages, temperatures and the speed of your fans. HWMonitor has impeccable support for even the latest and newest hardware. HWMonitor even supports notebook hardware, giving battery-power levels, capacities, and even wear levels. With its temperature readings it makes the perfect tool for any overclocker trying to find the maximum performance gain at the perfect heat balance. If you're in a noise free environment or just want a quiet PC this program is for you as it monitors all fans directly connected to your motherboard so you can easily isolate noisy fans and turn them down a bit.

In this tip I'll guide you through the download and the installation as well as explain all temperature readings in detail.

Installing HWMonitor
You can download HWMonitor FREE edition here or if you've already tried it out and want further monitoring support you can buy the PRO version, it's about $27, from their website here.

If you prefer to avoid the installation dialogue altogether, you can download either the 64-bit or 32-bit runtime directly in zip format. Simply extract the .exe file from the zip file and you're ready to start monitoring your hardware. Because this .exe file is self-contained, you can also drop it onto a flash drive to use as part of a diagnostic toolkit. If you plan to use HWMonitor regularly, be sure to extract the .exe somewhere you'll be able to find it easily, because by bypassing the installation dialogue, you will not have a Start menu folder or desktop shortcut unless you create them manually.

If you're unsure whether you have a 64-bit or 32-bit system, you should download the setup.exe and run the installer as circled below in red. It will automatically check your system and install the appropriate version.
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Once HWMonitor has finished downloading you will have an executable file called hwmonitor_1.17-setup.exe. Just double click it and the following window may appear:
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This is just a security warning, it may or may not pop up when you double click the executable depending on your computers level of security. Don't worry there is no risk. Click Run.

Once you click run you will get the first page of the installer:
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Just click Next.

Then you will be prompted for an installation directory, the default being C:Program FilesCPUIDHWMonitor. If you're happy with this then click Next.
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Next you will be asked if the shortcut can be placed on you Start Menu, click Next.

The installer will ask you to install the Ask.com toolbar, and although it appears to be required, you can actually continue the installation without any of the boxes checked. Uncheck the boxes if you don't want the Ask Search engine cluttering up your Internet browser or if you already have Google Search.
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Then tick the box next to the heading Create a desktop shortcut and click Next. The page following should just give you a summary of the locations of the files and shortcuts. Click Install to start installing the program.

The install should take a few seconds and after which you will be prompted to click Finish on the next page. When the install is complete you can double click the icon to start the program. Yours will look something like this, depending on your operating system:
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Using the free version of HWMonitor is very straight forward. Because it doesn't have the logging and graphing features of the Pro version, the free version is best used for keeping an eye on the current status of your various system stats; however, it still monitors your system when running in the background and will record the maximum and minimum values over a given time. This way, you can clear the Min/Max values under the View menu before running a benchmark or stress test, and return later to check the maximum values your components reached

I will give a brief description of each sensor heading:

Motherboard - HWMonitor will give you the details of the various components attached to the motherboard. It shows CPU fan speed as well as the fan speed of any other fans connected directly on your board. THRM under Temperatures under your motherboard is your Northbridge temperature

CPU - HWMonitor will give you the name of your CPU as well as temperatures for each core it has. If you have a dual core you will have temps labeled Core #0 and Core #1; and if you have a quad core CPU it will have Core #0 to Core #3.

Hard drives - HWMonitor will give the individual internal temps for each hard drive that you have as well as the external Air Flow temps.

Graphics Card - Under your display card HWMonitor will show the current temperature of the card; and voltage being delivered to it as well as the fan speed in RPM and what percentage this speed is at.

That about wraps up the FREE version of HWMonitor. I suggest you check out what the maximum temps each of your components can handle and then use this monitor to make sure they are much cooler than that.

on Mar 15, 2011 | CPUID HWMonitor

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Cpu fan not turning on


must be the pulse width modulator (PWM) circuits that control the fan, I'm afraid there's nothing you can do with that unless you work for the manufacturer, but you can get converters so that you can hook the fans up to the power supply, this should be a good fix until you get a new board!

Feb 22, 2013 | Biostar Computers & Internet

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I have install a new mother board, but when i power the computer the power come on, but no response on the monitor


Or reset motherbord settings to defaults you can reset with 2 methods.
(1)Pull cmos cell from motherbord for 10 minutes so all settings defaults.
(2) Find jumper on motherbord named "Clear cmos" It has 1-2-3 pins.Put jumper in 2-3 position and thne power up then again put pin in 1-2 position thne all settings defualts.
Refix RAM memory.Clean dust from all parts.
Open processor and processor fan.
Remove pci cards from motherbord then check.
Make sure motherbord not ground with cabinet.
Let me know if you need further assistance.

Nov 15, 2009 | Asrock K7S41GX SiS741GX Mainboard...

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I have a Intel D865GLC and it will not boot! The green led light on the motherboard is lightning and the CPU-fan is rotating but there is no screen on the monitor and the computer is not boot A have tried...


First open cpu cabinet then pull cmos cell from motherbord for 10 minutes.
Refix RAM memory.
Reattch ATX power connector to motherbord.
Reattch power cable and SATA or ide cable to harddisk.
Clean dust from all parts of motherbord.
Open processor fan and processor.
Then reattch both.
Make sure motherbord is not ground with cabinet.
When you power up the computer press F1 or F2 or "del" key then enter in bios .
Make sure in bios your harddisk is detected.
If not then change SATA or IDE cable of harddisk.
Then check .Go to boot menu nof bios then set first boot device as your harddisk.Then save settings and exit.
Let me know if you need further assistance.Thanks.

Nov 13, 2009 | Intel D865GLCLK Motherboard

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Power problem in intel d865gvhz


Pull cmos cell from motherbord for 10 minutes.
So all motherbord settings defaults.
Then reconnect ATX power supply connector from smps to motherbord.
If still face same issue then you need to change or repair your SMPS.it is in back top side of cpu cabinet.
Try with other smps if still same issue then your motherbord has some issue.
You can trouble shoot this issue with above step follow 1 by 1 .
Let me know if you need more assistanse.
Thanks.

Aug 26, 2009 | Intel D865GVHZ Motherboard

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I have Intel DG31PR motherboard with core2duo 2.4, my motherboard temp was goes to 86C & my Processor temp goes to 76C with fan speed of 1125 rpm Please give me the solution i m sick of its temp


u could either buy extra fan I have the same IntelDG31PR motherboard with core2duo 2.4. I have 3 Fans in my computer plus processor fan your only option is to buy a new fan

Mar 15, 2009 | Intel DG31PR Motherboard

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Fan on


The CPU fan on the GX280 is a variable speed fan. It only runs as fast as necessary to keep the CPU cool. But the fan also has an rpm sensor built in that regulates it at 3000 rpm. If the sensor is going bad, it senses its running slower than 3000 rpm when its actually running faster and continues to speed up until its wide open. Thus the 'jet engine' sound. Replace the fan and that should do it. If by chance it doesn't, it gets more serious and likely a motherboard problem.

Aug 26, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Fan problem


No sorry. Fans can be monitored through the bios & even set to give you an alarm when the speed gets too low but you can not increase the fan speed. You can replace it with a faster rpm fan.
Standard cpu fans run between 3100rpm to 6000rpm. It is up too you. Some creat a wee bit too much noise after 4000rpm.
Heres a few for your Intel Socket 775 Pentium 4.
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/category/category_slc.asp?CatId=1588&Nav=|c:493|&Sort=0&Recs=10

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Jan 13, 2008 | Jetway (V2MDMP) Motherboard

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Motherboard/chipset


check ur motheboard configuration on website or user manual..

Oct 19, 2007 | Computers & Internet

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