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Old 01-07-2004, 04:37 PM   #1
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Problem with lm sensors, everything works but that damn beep sound


For starting sensors I use this commands:

modprobe i2c-proc
modprobe i2c-sis645
modprobe w83781d
sensors -s

The problem is that when I run modprobe w83781d, my PC speaker starts to give out a beep every sec. I've found out that it's because the volt, when I run "sensors" I can see that my volt is higher than the max set volt for sensors. I know my volt is OK.

The problem is that I edit the max volt setting for the correct chip in /etc/sensors.conf, but it doesn't take effect. When I run sensors after rmmod and modprobe and sensors -s my settings in sensors.conf doesn't take effect in sensors.

I've even tried to clear all the content in sensors.conf, and sensors still work (showing correct temp. and fan speeds).

Any solution?
 
  


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