I bougth a Hp dv4-1275mx, and I need to Downgrade to xp because I coldn't install a software in Vista ... please Someone can Help me?? I just intalled the xp 64 bits, My video, Sound, Wireless and network... works very well but I can't find the SM bus Controller and other devices...
i tried to downgrade from vista to xp, i inserted the disk, and bam blue screen, so i decided to enter the bios, but there is no option of changing to ACHI IDE OR ATA
ive been googling like crazy, and even went to the official hp site, but they only have one driver for xp. so im hoping you guys know how to downgrade to xp because ive been to this site to help me with my m8120nse and my 2 inspirons, thanks
HARD DRIVE- TOSHIBA MK3252GSX ATA Device
DVD DRIVE- TSST CDDVDW TS-L633L ATA Device
WIRELESS LAN- Broadcom 4322AG
ETHERNET- Realtek RTL8102E PCI-E
PROCESSOR- AMD TURION x2 Ultra Dual-Core Mobile ZM-82
i have an hp dv4-1155se, the videocard its an hd3200 mobily reaedon ati, i have xp sp3 the problem its, when i install the driver, i only can use the resolution 1280x800, if i put another resolutions, doesnt work full screen, i hate 1280x800 i like 1024.
i have an hp dv4-1155se, i opened the place where is the hd, and when i opened, i saw the hd has a plastic on the hd, like antistatic or something like this, i would like to know, what is this? and what happened if i take out this plastic? i think plastic helps to have a high hd temperature,
The temperature of the processor goes up over 80'c when I do intensive things, like MP3 encoding or Half Life 2.
The CPU in my TX2 is a Turion X2 RM-72. So what I am wondering, is what is the thermal design of this processor? The processor in my Asus (Core 2 Duo) only hits about 60'C when under extreme load. Main thing I am asking is, is it safe to run the processor under such load? I mean the Turion X2.
It makes me very nervous to see such high temperatures, even when at idle its 47'C.
One thing that just came to mind, is the possibility of the location of the thermistor. I suppose if its located closer to the core it could read much higher, faster. Only thing I'm thinking about, is eventually the temperature should read higher anyway if that is the case. Over time the cooling system would gradually become warmer.
Anyway, all I'm wondering is is it safe? Idle temperature seems pretty normal to me, 47'c, but 80'c is quite high for load temperature.
just got a DV6 with 4650 GPU. Usually I use HW monitor and the like but I notice HW monitor does not pick up the temp for the GPU. I have tried using the AMD tool and Speed fan, neither see the GPU, GPUz sees the GPU and gives me temperature information which as far as I can see is wrong (says that the GPU is only 42 degrees under full load and never changes from between 37-42 degrees). So does any one out there have a temperature monitoring utility that will WORK with an ATI 4650 and give some representation of what its temp is?
my laptop, hp pavillion g60-120us has been slowing down and crashing lately, so i ran hd tune to check it's temperature and found out it's running at around 62c with several programs running - firefox with multiple tabs, majic jack, hd tune, and the usual security-antiivirus and spyware.
when i first turn the laptop on, it starts at around 40c and quickly goes up to the 60's within 20-30 minutes.
when i run a scan of antivirus or ultimate defrag it tops out at around 70c.
the hd tuner hits critical hard disk temperature at 55c and pop ups a message every few seconds.
i've also run speedfan, and it tells me the same temperature.
is it normal for a laptop to run a temperature in the high 60's...should i put it on a block of dry ice, or move to the north pole?
I am using dv6570er for about year already, the problem is in core?acpi?gpu temperature; while typing this post speedfan shows temp1(acpi?)71*C; core0&core1 71*C; GPU 61*C. About an hour ago i disassembled him, cleaned motherboard, fan etc... then assembled, i was really happy when see speedfan showing 51*C but this doesn't last too long when i switched power plan (was "power economy") in mobility center to "High performance" temp scaled to 60*C same when changed to "Balanced" (before disassembly notebook i was getting 90*C in three seconds after swithching to Balanced/High perfomance plan and 65*C in power economy). When i bought this laptop he was showing only 35*C, what can be the reason of so high temperature?
OS: Windows Vista Home Premium (preinstalled with HP tools etc updated to sp2) laptop specs
I have seen my notebook (p/n GY394AV) reach 199F internal with the CPU's operating at 192F. This generally happens when I'm doing large-scale printing and dealing with large RAW images. But at idle times or when doing basic tasks such as Email and playing music It will run anywhere between 160-185F(Both CPU and internal). Is this normal? I am using Speed Fan and HWMonitor to get these numbers. I don't have any other programs running in the background.
OS NameMicrosoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium Version6.0.6001 Service Pack 1 Build 6001 OS ManufacturerMicrosoft Corporation System ManufacturerHewlett-Packard System ModelCompaq Presario C700 Notebook PC System Typex64-based PC ProcessorIntel(R) Pentium(R) Dual CPU T2370 @ 1.73GHz, 1733 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 2 Logical Processor(s) BIOS Version/DateHewlett-Packard F.34, 9/25/2008 SMBIOS Version2.4 Boot DeviceDeviceHarddiskVolume1 LocaleUnited States Hardware Abstraction LayerVersion = "6.0.6001.18000" Time ZonePacific Standard Time Installed Physical Memory (RAM)2.00 GB Total Physical Memory1.99 GB Available Physical Memory887 MB
Is it me or does the left side of the wrist rest get hot? the remote in the slot also gets really hot. The average temp seems to be 38-46 C. Its like 81 when playing a game or so. Even though these numbers seem normal, does anyone feel its hotter than its supposed to be. I used HWMONITOR to see the temps. Im just worried if this heat can ruin the express slot remote. and does anyone else feel the warmth from the left side?
Also, is anyone's spacebar not that responsive when hitting it towards the farthest left or right? Its really annoying when you hit it but theres no space. Other laptops are perfectly normal but the hdx16 spacebar seems loose.
Lastly, everytime i turn off the dolby sound space expander, my fingerprint reader sounds like its buzzing when it accepts a fingerprint. Some songs crackle when it's turned on as well. Try it out, it will probably happen to you. Already tried reinstalling the audio drivers and problems still occurs.
My current CPU temp is around 61 degrees C with the CPU load @ 100%. I clean it petty often and I just recently (around 2 months ago) applied silver compound to the heatsink. Even though the fan is on, how come it will not go faster than "slow"? I can set it to high, but why doesn't it do it automatically? Is this normal for my 9300?
Setup 6930G, T6400, 9600M GT, 4GB Ram. Temperatures for general internet use, although this does depend on the amount of graphics and flash content of the web page (Vista SP2 - Balanced Power)
HWMonitor 1.15 CPU 54 to 58 - (T6400) GPU 59 to 65 - (9600M GT)
Nvidia System Tools 6.05 (November Release) CPU 58 to 62 - (T6400) GPU 59 to 65 - (9600M GT)
Does the T6400 appear to be high? My friends P7350 reads around 30. Also Note the difference between System Tools and HWMonitor for CPU. For Windows 7 my GPU runs with a lower end on the range (Windows 7 - 9600M GT GPU = 54 to 65).
Note Also - Running the 9600M GT GPU flat out (100% usage) using Nvidia CUDA to encode HD video the 9600M GT GPU hits a maximum of 67 (according to GPU-Z 0.38, HWMonitor and Nvidia System Tools).
What do people think and what temps are you getting?
Basically I've been messing around with the OCing of my CPU since I've finally got all my temperature issues sorted. Firstly, I notice that my CPU temps at times are erratic, jumping/falling up to 10C at a time. Is this normal?
Secondly, my CPU temps after a short gaming session were CPU1: 66C/ CPU2: 80C This seems a bit strange to me. Does anyone know why CPU2 might be so much warmer?
Thirdly, related to the above, is 80C @ 3.4GHz good, bad or average? If I was running at 80C for hours can I expect this to do any damage? I know the CPU can handle up to 105C, however that doesn't mean something below can't cause damage. Confirmation on this would be great :-)
I have had my XPS M1530 for about 13 months now, never had a problem with it so far, however I am getting a little worried about some of the temperatures over the past few days.
I have been playing Fallout 3 and Anno 1404 a fair amount for the past week or two everything seems good, however my temperatures seem to be getting a fair bit higher than they were a couple of months back (May-ish) when I last spent a good amount of time looking at temperatures.
For example I played Anno1404 for about 3 hours on Saturday followed by 4 hours of Fallout 3 and the CPUs got to the high 80s and the GPU touched 95C! THM_ (from HWMonitor) hit 100C!
Now obviously I'm a little worried, it was pretty warm when I was playing (25C), but the thing that baffles me the most is that this has only been happening over the past week or so, before then my CPU rarely broke 80C and the GPU 85C. There also seems to be a loudish 'click' from the HDD when I turn off the laptop when it has been on for a fair while, again, this has only happened over the past few days.
I do have a question about the CPU temperature. I'm using CPUID HArdware Monitor (under 32bit Vista)to monitor the temperature and I am pretty concerned about constantly working fan (even when the cpu temperature is under 50 C).
The threshold under which the system goes dead silent is 44-46 C. Is that normal?
I`ve bought a M1530 in december, it was fine till february when the termal paste had become bad the temps were at about 50 C idle and 80 on load, I replaced it with MX2 Arcgic Cooling and went 8-10 C lower. But Everest and other software detect AUX Temp?
Idle 60- on load 100C and the temp from 100C drops down in a seconds to 60C when I switch from Counter-Strike to Desktop. My question is what is this AUX and should I be worried. It looks like a component with bad cooling.
I'm in a bit of a jiffie, my 1330 had some problems with overheating so I formatted but it turned out it was a piece of dirt stuck in the fan, anyways problem solved.
Now, I get the slowdowns again, albeit not that severe. Now, when I open hwmonitor it only shows my CPU, HDD and ACHP. The GPUs temp won't show up.
I installed ntune, nada, same thing. What could be the problem, is the temperature measuring thingy broken I'm kind of worried that my 8400m gs is dying on me since it was a pos to begin with but I really dont feel like sending in my laptop.
This is probably the one hundred and second thread on this subject, but after searching for similar threads, I just couldn't get a straight answer.
The temperature of my Geforce Go 7950 GTX reaches almost 100 degress celsius (97 to be exactly, but I'm pretty sure if I let the stress-test run for a couple of more minutes it'll get that hot).
I don't have a problem with this, but since this is my second videocard (the first one died after three years, I guess due to overheating issues), I would like to know if I may expect this to happen again.
So, for all of the M1710 owners out here: what are your GPU temperatures after stressing it for, let's say 10 minutes, with Furmark (stresses your GPU really really hard)?
Please mention them in celsius, and with what program you read out the temps (some programs, like i8kfanGUI deducts 8 degrees of the real temperature).
it is indeed handy to have coolbook on the menu bar and it shows that at the time when temperature went up to 80~90; the cpu was running at full speed.
at the task i was running where i underclock down to even 800mhz things were fine, but it just shot up to 2.5k ghz for no reason.
and after locking at the range of 800-1600, the temperature did indeed dropped to a more desirable temperature of 60 but still sticked to the upper limit at 1600 w/out reason.
all temperatures stated are Celsius. there weren't any cpu intensive tasks running either; once again, i turned off everything after seeing the temperature went up. since it has nothing to do with the GPU(every unibody mac user love to say this, but no, not the gpu this time.
for those who didn't know what happened prior; my macbook pro loves heat and more so reaching 80~90 w/out reason. venting is clean enough there is no visible dust gathered, it had been used with a cooler at home so it wouldn't be the entrapment from desktop material either.
What is the safe operating temperature for my notebook? Â At what temperature can I expect the system to slowdow (as self-protection)? Â Does that temperature suggest I need to open up the laptop and clean it? Â I checked the Intel website, but they don't include a useful temperature number for this model, that is no "case temp #", the only number is the tJunction, which is 105 Celcius, which must be meltdown temperature. Â I've had some unusual behavior at much lower temperatures. Â Including image of temperature diagnostic tools with must-be-bad-flame symbol. Â I read on en.kioskea.net that safe temp for i5 is 70 celcius, and 100 for latops - that's really hot. Â [URL]....