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Amilo Pi1536/M1437G fan control

Postby Rayway » Sun May 23, 2010 9:11 pm

Hi, Does anyone know how to control the fan speed (make it run faster) on the above mentioned laptops? They tend to just run along at a moderate speed.
The temperatures appear ok, but the palmrest areas get very hot, making the laptops unpleasant to use.
I have installed the program "Notebook Hardware Control", but it displays "ACPI Control System is not yet configurated" in the ACPI tab.
I have installed the program "Centrino Hardware Control", but the fan control options are greyed out.

I have asked something similar on the "MXM Upgrade forum", a couple of helpful members pointed me in the direction of certain files, but didn't clarify what setup steps need to be taken.

Many thanks everybody.
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Re: Amilo Pi1536/M1437G fan control  Topic is solved

Postby aspettl » Tue May 25, 2010 7:34 pm

Maybe this thread helps:
http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/topic/ ... ge__st__20

As far as I know there are files for the PI 1536 and M1437, but I don't have them.
You may have to assign real-time priority to NHC.

Regards
Aaron
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Re: Amilo Pi1536/M1437G fan control

Postby Rayway » Wed May 26, 2010 10:03 am

Thanks for the link Aaron.

Co-incidently, a kind person on the mxm forum also pointed me to this link!
It contains a lot of useful posts and I recommend it to everyone as a good & informative read!!!

:D Thanks again.
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