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Old 03-04-2007, 08:33 PM   #1
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can it...?


if it is, am I doing permanent damage to all my components or just some...?

Tuesday (and my upgrade parts) can't come soon enough...

I thought I'd download Everest to see if it displayed the same thing and couldn't find the part that would monitor that, plus I uninstalled it after about 10 minutes and 10 "buy full version" popups in my taskbar...

and I was actually thinking of buying it before all the damn popup "reminders", how am i supposed to evaluate it to see if I want it if I'm constantly closing a popup...?
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Old 03-04-2007, 08:56 PM   #2
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Default Re: this cannot be right...

You can still get the free version of Everest Home 2.20 here: http://www.majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=4181


The 12V looks way low. I hope it's just a problem with PC Wizard 2007. What PSU do you have?
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Old 03-04-2007, 09:13 PM   #3
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You can still get the free version of Everest Home 2.20 here: http://www.majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=4181


The 12V looks way low. I hope it's just a problem with PC Wizard 2007. What PSU do you have?
I think it's an old pos, it says eagle or something like that on it...

thanks for the linkage...
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Well, you could also check in your BIOS for the voltages. If it's low there too, I see a new PSU in your immediate future.
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Well, you could also check in your BIOS for the voltages. If it's low there too, I see a new PSU in your immediate future.
I checked the bios readings and it says 12.16v, could pcwizard be wrong...? also, everest says I have no battery, is that a bad thing...? or does it really matter...?

I've already ordered one, it's in my upgrade shipment and should arrive tomorrow or Tuesday...

I can't wait...
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I checked the bios readings and it says 12.16v, could pcwizard be wrong...? also, everest says I have no battery, is that a bad thing...? or does it really matter...?

I've already ordered one, it's in my upgrade shipment and should arrive tomorrow or Tuesday...

I can't wait...
PC Wizard is wrong. Simply at that voltage a computer doesnt run
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Don't worry about it, Everest reported all my readings as incorrect compared to the bios. I guess the programs dont always get it right.
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