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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Raven89Andrija, Jun 7, 2009.

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  1. Raven89Andrija

    Raven89Andrija Thread Starter

    Sep 7, 2008
    Hi there,
    I just want to know if I can shut down, disable, turn off or kill (use whatever word you like) the Motherboard Temperature Sensors. Can I "unscrew it" from motherboard or can I just "tear it apart":mad::mad::mad:. Why I want to do that? Because my PC Wizard and other temperature watching programs show that motherboard temperature is 95 C:eek:; which of course isn't true:mad:. In BIOS all seems fine:D. I just want to destroy that sensor:mad:, 'cause of that system restarts very often under the thought that my motherboard "burns". Please just tell me how to shut it down. I know it may have bad sides but just tell me, I just want to disable it.

    Thanks in advance,
  2. leroys1000

    leroys1000 Banned

    Aug 15, 2007
    You should be able to open the PCwizard progam and
    set the sensors you want to monitor.
    If you are using it to connect to motherboard monitor,
    you will need to select the sensors in it.
  3. TheShooter93

    TheShooter93 Malware Specialist

    Jul 9, 2008
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    Are the sensors LED displays in the case? Or are they sensors that are on the board that the data is displayed on a program on your monitor?
    If it's the first (LED display on the case) you would only have to unplug the power cable going from the LED to the mobo.
    If it's the second, I would say try to see if it's recognized as hardware in the Device Manager. Or try Leroys instructions. =\
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