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    HWMonitor!

    Hi Anyone want to comment on this nearly 5 old year old Toshiba laptop. Not to shabby! Probably about ready to meet her maker. LOL
    She's paid her dues. She has never ran hot and only caused me minor problems. I rarely shut her down and only reboot occasionally.
    I know I'm the new kid here, but I really hope to make a difference here on the forum. I just upgraded her to W10 and she didn't complain. Please move to appropriate forum section.
    HWMonitor.txt
    PS Don't read the whole thing. Just the important parts LOL HWMoitor is a Hell of a program and I'm not sure of half the stuff if monitors, but I think my temps are OK.
    Not sure about the rest!
    Please comment! That's the way I learn. Also I can take criticism, but don't hurt my feeling Please.
    PS Hows your PC doing? Might want to check it out with HWMonitor!
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    What can we say, apart from the temps and voltages appear to be OK?

    cheers, Paul

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    "Lovely plumage" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by satrow View Post
    "Lovely plumage" ?

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    Hi satrow! What is a plumage?? Just bragging a little on my old Toshiba Paul. She has never ran hot and performed very well!. Is plumage good or bad?
    Will Google plumage!

    Definition of plumage

    : the feathers of a bird

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul T View Post
    What can we say, apart from the temps and voltages appear to be OK?
    cheers, Paul
    The HW Monitor report goes to show that there is a huge preponderance of the digit 0 (zero) in this world of ours, compared with the other digits 1-9.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BATcher View Post
    The HW Monitor report goes to show that there is a huge preponderance of the digit 0 (zero) in this world of ours, compared with the other digits 1-9.
    Why is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by holdum333 View Post
    Why is that?
    About the best answer I can point you to is this one.
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    It looks fine to me. If it's running well, keep it.
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    Hi Clint! I'll keep her until hard ware other than Ram and Hard drive dies. I can handle those;but other then those, I'll be looking for a new rig. I was a little bored and wanted to brag on my old lapy. The forum is usually busy with issues from members. Thought maybe one driving by might see HWMonitor and check it out. Great freeware program.
    Thanks for your reply!
    PS Like your signature!

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    Quote Originally Posted by holdum333 View Post
    Why is that?
    Because the universe is mostly vacuum with an occasional atom here or there to break up the suck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fascist Nation View Post
    Because the universe is mostly vacuum with an occasional atom here or there to break up the suck.
    Not sure what that means"to break up the suck"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fascist Nation View Post
    Because the universe is mostly vacuum with an occasional atom here or there to break up the suck.
    But what is Vacuum? Those old experiments that were said to disprove the existence of the Ether had logic flaws IMHO. Maybe it is made up of '1s' we just can't see!
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    No, I think you got that wrong, the universe is so completely FOS, it's the atoms that are almost entirely empty.
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    I thought it was heads that were mostly empty, at least that seem to be the case according to the news.

    cheers, Paul

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