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I would like to install the temperature monitor for my ibook powepc G3 800 Mhz , OSx 10..2.8 .

But while installing the software an error like this is coming

" This computer is based on the 'PowerPC 750' processor which should have a temperature sensor integrated. However, the operating system currently running on this computer reports that the processor is unable to return reliable temperature information.

If you think this is incorrect, it must be either an operating system error or a hardware problem.

Unfortunately, Temperature Monitor cannot be used with this combination of hardware and operating system. "

could any one give a clue to this prob
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