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Macbook - No temperature indication?


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I am running iStat Pro widget and for some reason it says that there are no temperature sensors found or fans found. I have a black macbook with 2gb of ram. Can anyone shed a light on this or come up with a solution so that I can monitor the temp and fan in my macbook?
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Hmm - sounds odd. It's a universal binary so it should work on intel macs Try downloading CoreDuoTemp to see if that picks them up. If not, it indicates some problem with the hardware, otherwise there might be an issue with the version of iStat pro you're using?
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Im not 100% sure, if this app works on inte systems, but I find this useful:

http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/19994

I use it on my ibook and have had no trouble.

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Hmm - sounds odd. It's a universal binary so it should work on intel macs Try downloading CoreDuoTemp to see if that picks them up. If not, it indicates some problem with the hardware, otherwise there might be an issue with the version of iStat pro you're using?
Downloaded coreduotemp and it works fine. thanks. running at 50 degrees at 1.5ghz.
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