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|0001508||SpeedFan||Fan control||public||2009-12-04 05:02||2011-08-31 15:50|
|Platform||Dell Precision 670 Workstation||OS||Windows||OS Version||7|
|Product Version||4.40 beta|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version||4.44|
|Summary||0001508: Program fails to write changes to speedfanparams.cfg|
|Description||See steps to reproduce. "Enable DELL support" setting is required on my Dell Precision Workstation 670 in order to be able to control the fan speed. Otherwise, changing the fan speed does nothing. With the beta version, I was able to play with it a bit and change the setting manually in the cfg file. Even after doing this, some times when I loaded the program it worked fine, and other times it would not control the fan speed. |
OS is Windows 7 Ultimate - Retail.
Thank you for your help.
|Steps To Reproduce||Click "Configure" button|
Click "Options" tab
Place check mark next to "Enable DELL support"
Setting is not written to speedfanparams.cfg file
Still reads "false"
|Additional Information||SpeedFan is awesome!! For some reason the Dell factory default fan speeds basically let the machine start on fire before deciding it's time to speed up the fans.|
|Tags||No tags attached.|
|Motherboard Model||Dell Precision 670 Workstation|
|Video Card Model|
I can't find where to edit this bug report....
I made a mistake. The program IS writing the changes to the CFG file. What is happening is when the program starts it is removing the change. Sorry, I didn't notice this. Please see log below:
Win9x:NO 64Bit:NO GiveIO:YES SpeedFan:YES
Scanning ISA BUS at $0290...
Sensor's Base Address : $0C00
none at $3E8 msg : DELL Sensor constructor starting...
none at $3E8 msg : DFC : c=01A3 d=0100 s1=0000 s2=0000
none at $3E8 msg : DFC : c=01A3 d=0101 s1=0000 s2=0000
none at $3E8 msg : ERROR info1 : CMD=$10A3 DATA=$0000 S1=$0000 S2=$0000
none at $3E8 msg : ERROR info1 : CMD=$10A3 DATA=$0001 S1=$0000 S2=$0000
none at $3E8 msg : ERROR info1 : CMD=$10A3 DATA=$0002 S1=$0000 S2=$0000
none at $3E8 msg : ERROR info1 : CMD=$10A3 DATA=$0003 S1=$0000 S2=$0000
none at $3E8 msg : ERROR info1 : CMD=$10A3 DATA=$0004 S1=$0000 S2=$0000
none at $3E8 msg : ERROR info fan0 : CMD=$02A3 DATA=$0000 S1=$0000 S2=$0000
none at $3E8 msg : ERROR info fan1 : CMD=$02A3 DATA=$0001 S1=$0000 S2=$0000
none at $3E8 msg : ERROR info fan2 : CMD=$02A3 DATA=$0002 S1=$0000 S2=$0000
DELL Support Enabling has been disabled
because SYSTEM CALLS were unsuccessful
Please, report if you think this is an error
Scanning Intel SMBus at $E8A0...
EMC6W201 (ID=$B1) found on SMBus at $2E
Found WDC WD1600JS-22NCB1 on AdvSMART
Loaded 0 events
Also, I forgot to mention I have the program set to use Windows XP SP3 Compatibility mode. If I do not run the program in compatibility mode, and i set the Dell flag in options, the next time I start the program i get a "Privileged Instruction" error when the Dell sensor constructor starts Then an "Access violation at address -------- in module 'speedfan.exe'. Read of address --------"
Actual address block numbers vary.
|version is 4.40 final not beta.|
|2009-12-04 05:02||inspiron1520||New Issue|
|2009-12-04 05:02||inspiron1520||Status||new => assigned|
|2009-12-04 05:02||inspiron1520||Assigned To||=> alfredo|
|2009-12-04 05:02||inspiron1520||Motherboard Model||=> Dell Precision 670 Workstation|
|2009-12-04 05:10||inspiron1520||Note Added: 0005055|
|2009-12-05 06:08||inspiron1520||Note Added: 0005056|
|2009-12-05 06:09||inspiron1520||Note Added: 0005057|
|2011-08-31 15:50||alfredo||Status||assigned => resolved|
|2011-08-31 15:50||alfredo||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2011-08-31 15:50||alfredo||Fixed in Version||=> 4.44|
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