Motherboard Monitor (MBM) is a tool that will display information from the sensor chip on your motherboard in your Windows system tray. MBM supports a wide range of Chipsets & Sensor Chip combinations. MBM is compatible with Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP and .NET.
It took a little time but it finally is here, the 220.127.116.11 release, biggest change is the new IO driver, which will give support for both 32 and 64 bit Windows version, I recommend you simply install MBM over your current install, do the reboot and it should all be fine
if your using the MBMstarter.dll with a 3rd party program, there is a new release included, make sure you use that
The Uguru support is also included in this official release, with which -I think- I am the first one with support for this sensor chip outside Abit, a big thank you for that once more to Chunkeun Lee.
All the changes are listed below, and as normal the download can be found at the following mirror sites:
- New IO system driver for 32 and 64 bit
- Uguru support (big thank you Chunkeun Lee, Alien & Dejan M).
- VIA VT8237 southbridge support
- ATI SB300C Southbridge support
- ADT7460 support
- ADT7463 support
- TMP100 support
- MAX6657 support
- MAX6658 support
- MAX6659 support
- Winbond W83627HF/ADM ADT7463 Combo
- Option to write to the sensor chip (see FAQ forum, Ini entries)
- Option to set the Prio lvl (see FAQ forum, Ini entries)
- Option to start MBM at 16 colors (see FAQ forum, Switches)
- MBM5ST.exe in the misc director (see the readme)
- SHDN not detected problem
- BSOD on Win9X with SMART detection turned on
- Value deleted in the Windows Run Key
- After Hybernation MBM will be restarted with the same parameters that is started up with
- SiS5595 scanning now only via a Ini file entry
- Inno setup 4.2.5 used (reason of the smaller download)
- ssAlarm2 in the sharedmemory for voltage will now hold the voltage value that sensor is set at
- new version of MBMStarter.dll
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