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Has anyone found a temperature monitor that actually works for XP on the Bootcamp side?

I know SMC works for Mac, but I can't find one that works for XP on my Macbook Pro.

Nevermind guys, I found one!

Notebook Hardware Control (NHC)

http://www.pbus-167.com/ if anyone needs it.
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Thanks for posting the link for others Helfeather. Much appreciated.

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I have also tried SpeedFan and CPU Monitor. The thing is that you can't control the fans but you do get the temps for CPU and the HD
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