Motherboard Monitor

  guesswho2 21:58 02 Sep 2006
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I have downloaded MBM5 but I'm not able to complete the installation because my motherboard does not seem to be listed in the MBM Wizard.
My computer is an EVESHAM and the manual for it refers to the MBO-6729 ATX mainboard. I think this means that it's a Microstar but I can't identify it in the MBM list.
Can someone help me with this?

  STREETWORK 22:16 02 Sep 2006

Use this tool to find out all about your system.
click here

  sean-278262 22:24 02 Sep 2006

MBB does not support all motherboards. Use belarc as streetwork suggested and in the top right corner it will tell you what your motherboard is. I found that with some playing about you can configue it to work using a similar board. If I remember you can also do it manually.

  guesswho2 22:26 02 Sep 2006

Thanks STREETWORK but Belarc simply gives the Board as eveshamvale so I'm no further forward!

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 22:30 02 Sep 2006

CPU temperatures
click here
click here
Speedfan click here

  rdave13 22:30 02 Sep 2006

Download click here will show your system and monitor temps etc.

  guesswho2 22:30 02 Sep 2006

Hi Creature of the Nite. I'm afraid I haven't a clue how to configure it manually!

  rdave13 22:34 02 Sep 2006

An easier site to download sisoft click here

  guesswho2 22:44 02 Sep 2006

Thanks Fruit Bat and Rdave13. I'll mull over things. I've heard of SiSandra but I thought the MBM thing might be more fun if it actually showed temperatures in the Notification area!

  Stuartli 23:04 02 Sep 2006

Or Everest Home Edition from:

click here

which includes temperatures readings from Computer>Sensor as well as system diagnostics (similar to Windows own System Information).

  guesswho2 12:14 03 Sep 2006

Thanks Stuartli but it seems that the Everest thing has been discontinued. Maybe I'll just not bother!
I suppose it's really just like fitting extra dials on a car dashboard as I did as a young lad!

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