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By default, the .ini has the program set to "Active=0" which means it just takes an look at your machine, but does not change anything.tnn2000 wrote:Hi, I've tried tpfancontrol_v018b. Can't control the fans...
To enable changes set it to "Active 1".
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True, it may cause damage with unreasonable settings, but used properly it's a lifesaver for many of us. The author of the software provides ample warning of the potential for serious damage. Having said that, I've never heard of a machine that was permanently damaged from using this software; rather, I've heard of more than a few that have prevented damage by using it. In the end, only you can decide whether to use it or not . . .qmp198596 wrote:don't use that software,because i think this may make damage to your notebook
: gee, I just got a feather for that reply I gotta try being nice more often!
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