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Güncel sürümün sahibi: wgfinley ,

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-You rock Harry. I replaced the drive in my mom's iMac (15" Intel) a while back and it was fine at first but appears the sensor failed or lost connection resulting in full speed fans. I couldn't find the problem for the life of me until I came here.
+You rock Harry. I replaced the drive in my mom's iMac (17" Intel) a while back and it was fine at first but appears the sensor failed or lost connection resulting in full speed fans. I couldn't find the problem for the life of me until I came here.
-Thanks to HDDFanControl it's back to normal while still protecting the machine. If you just defeat the sensor you're losing protection, HDDFanControl uses SMART to get the drive temperature and keep your machine protected.
+Thanks to HDDFanControl it's back to normal while still protecting the machine. If you just defeat the sensor you're losing protection, HDDFanControl uses SMART to get the drive temperature and keep your machine protected. Plus you get to demo it for an hour to see if that solves you're problem or if there's more to it than that, couldn't ask for a more elegant solution.

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Düzenleyen: wgfinley ,

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You rock Harry. I replaced the drive in my mom's iMac (15" Intel) a while back and it was fine at first but appears the sensor failed or lost connection resulting in full speed fans. I couldn't find the problem for the life of me until I came here.
-Thanks to HDDControl it's back to normal while still protecting the machine. If you just defeat the sensor you're losing protection, HDDControl uses SMART to get the drive temperature and keep your machine protected.
+Thanks to HDDFanControl it's back to normal while still protecting the machine. If you just defeat the sensor you're losing protection, HDDFanControl uses SMART to get the drive temperature and keep your machine protected.

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Düzenleyen: wgfinley ,

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-You rock Harry. I replaced the drive in my mom's iMac (15" Intel) a while back and just recently that sensor appears to have caused problems. I couldn't find the problem for the life of me until I came here.
+You rock Harry. I replaced the drive in my mom's iMac (15" Intel) a while back and it was fine at first but appears the sensor failed or lost connection resulting in full speed fans. I couldn't find the problem for the life of me until I came here.
Thanks to HDDControl it's back to normal while still protecting the machine. If you just defeat the sensor you're losing protection, HDDControl uses SMART to get the drive temperature and keep your machine protected.

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: wgfinley ,

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You rock Harry. I replaced the drive in my mom's iMac (15" Intel) a while back and just recently that sensor appears to have caused problems. I couldn't find the problem for the life of me until I came here.

Thanks to HDDControl it's back to normal while still protecting the machine. If you just defeat the sensor you're losing protection, HDDControl uses SMART to get the drive temperature and keep your machine protected.

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