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Old 02-28-2007, 07:13 AM   #1
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asus probe II, and got an error "getSMbios info failed", or something like that, is it because I have my system overclocked right now...?

would it work if I booted up with all the default settings...?
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Default Re: I tried installing an asus utility...

Try it, if it doesnt work, then no harm done, and it rules out the OC as the cause of your problem.
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Default Re: I tried installing an asus utility...

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asus probe II, and got an error "getSMbios info failed", or something like that, is it because I have my system overclocked right now...?

would it work if I booted up with all the default settings...?
what motherboard do you have?
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Default Re: I tried installing an asus utility...

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what motherboard do you have?


a 6 year old asus p4b...



I know it sucks, but I have loaded asus probe before and used it, tried to load asus probe II and these are the errors I get...

first...



then, when I clear that one, this pops up...



can anyone help...? also, on my new case, an aerocool extremengine 3T (thank you CompUSA), I can adjust the speed of the 3 fans that are hooked up to it's built in fan controller, but can't monitor them...



I was hoping that the asus probe II might be able to monitor the speeds, but I can't install it...
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Default Re: I tried installing an asus utility...

Not sure about Asus Probe, but I know that you'll only be able to monitor the speeds if they're hooked up to the motherboard. If it's a direct connection to the PSU, you can't monitor them.
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