HARDWARE monitoring tools?



TRIGGER210
07-10-2005, 01:00 AM
Where can i find a tool that monitors all my hardware and makes me
able to change some settings on them?

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peterk
07-10-2005, 10:35 AM
Tools that do hardware monitoring are plentifull.........just do a Google on
"hardware monitoring"
A lot of them are for a specific purpose....what are you aiming to monitor??
change??
Tools that monitor and allow you to change settings are few .
But you already have 2 of them on your system right now...The BIOS and
Device manager!!!
Various MOBO manufacturers supply monitoring and changing tools specific to
their motherboards.Have you checked your mobo manifact. website??
peterk

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Damo
07-10-2005, 10:35 AM
Make changes to the settings, you said? Then your BIOS and the Device
manger are your friends. Monitoring? Do a google as trigger said.
Damo

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HARDWARE monitoring tools?