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Hey guys, could use a bit of guidance. Just started giving this a go earlier today. Managed to get a bit of the hang of it. Question i have is this. Does aida64 need to be running at all times in order for sensor panel to stay on my display and active? If I shut down or reboot do I need to open and move panel to display again? thanks for the help.

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8 hours ago, Dannyboy51577 said:

Hey guys, could use a bit of guidance. Just started giving this a go earlier today. Managed to get a bit of the hang of it. Question i have is this. Does aida64 need to be running at all times in order for sensor panel to stay on my display and active? If I shut down or reboot do I need to open and move panel to display again? thanks for the help.

Yes, you need to have AIDA64 running.  You can have AIDA64 automatically launched at Window startup by enabling (checking) the opion AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / General / Load AIDA64 at Windows startup.

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He didn't mention me as the author and creator of the graphics (element Package_v1.1_by_Exhumed) in the video above. And then he simply uploaded all of my files to Dropbox. Without naming that the graphics are from me and not asked beforehand whether he can upload them.

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