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FakeSMC & HM 5.1.26 Installer 64bit March 2013 1.0

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It's from Kozlek's latest branch

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Update March 9 2013

Please continue to download from here for most recent version

https://bitbucket.org/kozlek/hwsensors/downloads

Update March 6 2013

Installer updated via Kozlek's latest branch. (Version 5.1.26)

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The GPU sensor makes my laptop freeze. It has both the Intel HD4000 and the AMD Radeon 9850M. The cool thing is that, during boot up, it seemed to recognize my Radeon GPU where it has never previously been recognized but, as I said, once it boots up, the laptop freezes.

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@mnfesqis that possible to disable onboard gfx in bios ? or disabling radeon 9850 ? Can you try both separately, should boot without freeze. I'm also already on 10.8.3 12D65 and works.

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WARNING!!! This installer contains a critical flaw; If the target drive IS NOT the System drive you booted with, this installer will DELETE FakeSMC from the active partition. I wasted 4 hours getting my system back up and running. This FakeSMC does not play nice with i7 3770K Z77X-UD5H on 10.8.2, as in not working. Confirmed on a fresh 10.8.2 install, my active install, and B/U install.

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Package updated.@BansakuI'm sorry for your painful experiences :sAre you sure it's caused by installer ? Installer just seek for FakeSMC on target partition which selected by end-user.Btw, I've Core i7 3770, GA-Z77-D3H & Clover 1151 works wonderfully also on 10.8.3 12D76GPU GTX 470.

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Same happens to me with FakeSMC file. Then i extracted it from package and then there was an issue with version error or smth like that. Im now back on latest kozleks binaries.

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Hello, is the History Graph supposed to close the monitor application after a few to 30 seconds? I have installed this on Lion 10.7.5, Bronzovka 11.4.2 kernel. Other specs:

Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD5

FX-8350, factory clock speed of 4 GHz

16 GB RAM DDR3-1600

ATI FirePro V4900

Chameleon 2.1 boot loader from the 3.2 MyHack install

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