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Everything posted by zzzttt

  1. it doesn't work with reinstall (it is intalling but is useless it doesn't disapear from device manger, only with restart and appears again when open aida)
  2. Yes i'm using f5 bios, anyway on old version of bios the problem was the same. Yes on the new version of aida you don't see anymore because you don't see the pch temperature displayed (I tryed beta)
  3. Please open aida64 on sensor menu and then open device manager in windows (show hidden devices) and tell me if on your mb appears that '' PCI data acquisition and signal processing controller '' is not installed
  4. Hi PJ I reported the same thing with the pch temperature on mb ga-h97-hd3 (there aren;t so much differences on your mb), on my mb shows -128(aida64) and 128 on HWiNFO64, so I think that no program reads correctly this temperature yet
  5. I monitored the problem and something strange happens when I open aida64: > I open device manager first time and all hardware are installed (I check ''show hidden devices''). After that I open aida64. All good, but after I check on sensor menu in aida64 and I push on ''scan for hardware changes'' in device manager then it shows that '' Pci Data and Acquisition and Processing Controller'' is not installed. Anyway the driver is installed and this thing happens only when I open aida64. After restart all is ok in device manager, but , again if I open aida64 on sensor menu it appears again that in device manager. I have windows 8.1 x64 pro. The people from gigabyte (the manufacturer on my motherboard ga-h97-hd3 with intel chipset 9) says that, maybe the 3rd party softwares aren't up to date with their technology. So far no software I tried doesn't monitor correctly this temperature (-128 or 128 degrees in all and never change a little).
  6. do you know the name of that setting ? so I can check ?
  7. Hello, i have a motherboard with intel chipset h97 and the pch temperature has -128 degrees (the same in aida and other software I tried). Anyway the chip is not so hot, I estimate sowhere of 60 degrees
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