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Everest & Dell

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All four of my computers are Dell, two desktops and two laptops. I have
used Belarc Advisor and SIW on these systems. I am interested in purchasing
Everest software, in part because I can use it with a gadget for system
information. However, upon researching Everest I find this comment on the
Everest website: A#13: Dell computers use a proprietary sensor chip that is
undocumented and so cannot be supported by EVEREST. I assume this means I am
completely out of luck when it comes to finding any software that will give
me temperatures, voltage, rpm, etc, etc related to my system.

Thank you in advance for any information. Have a nice day.

C.B.


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Danno

#2
Have you tried the free program SandraLite? It has many of the same
features of Everest Home Edition. You can find it at www.sisoftware.co.uk

Hope this helps,
D K Hacker

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"C.B." <notreallycbcbmullen@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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> All four of my computers are Dell, two desktops and two laptops. I
> have used Belarc Advisor and SIW on these systems. I am interested in
> purchasing Everest software, in part because I can use it with a gadget
> for system information. However, upon researching Everest I find this
> comment on the Everest website: A#13: Dell computers use a proprietary
> sensor chip that is undocumented and so cannot be supported by EVEREST. I
> assume this means I am completely out of luck when it comes to finding any
> software that will give me temperatures, voltage, rpm, etc, etc related to
> my system.
>
> Thank you in advance for any information. Have a nice day.
>
> C.B.
>
>
> --
> It is the responsibility and duty of everyone to help the underprivileged
> and less fortunate among us.
 

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