LM_sensors and Toshiba laptops

Mark D. Studebaker mds at paradyne.com
Sat Jan 12 04:34:08 CET 2002


Sorry to hear about your trouble.
Yours is the first report we've had about a Toshiba laptop.
Perhaps if you go into the BIOS to the sensors screen or
let the battery run down it
will re-initialize your sensors device?
But hopefully the trouble is unrelated to any probing
by our software.
Good luck.
mds


tom burkart wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> I have used the lm_sensors package to try and look at the i2c devices on a
> Toshiba Tecra 8100 laptop with little success.
> It now overheats and crashes with extended use.  I do not know wether it
> was due to probing the i2c bus and changing something or some other
> unfortunate combination of events that culminated at about the same time.
> So since I saw the warning messages for IBM laptops I thought I would
> mention it - just in case.
> I would be happy to try and trouble-shoot what may have happened if
> someone could give some guidance what to try...
> 
> CPU: Pentium 3/speedstep 750MHz, 128M RAM, 20G HDD,...
> Kernel: 2.4.17
> LM_sensors/i2c: 2.6.2
> 
> tom.
> Consultant
> 
> AUSSEC    Phone: 61 4 1768 2202
> 339 Blaxland Rd., Ryde NSW 2112
> Email: tom at aussec.com



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