1.31 beta 9 is out with some more fixes:
Please don't e-mail me if you cannot get giveio.sys to install. I'm unable to reproduce the problem on my test systems so I'm unable to help you. If anyone has a better driver than giveio.sys (or knows of one), please let me know.
MBProbe development is currently in hibernation so fixes will take a long time to come.
1.31 beta 3 is out with mostly fixes:
Also, the NT driver installer has been updated. If you have problems with MBProbe starting under WinNT/2000/XP, change the start type of giveio.sys to 'Boot' from 'Automatic'. If that doesn't make sense, just uninstall giveio.sys and reinstall it using the newer installer.
As usual, if you submit a bug report, please make sure you follow the format below (submitting all necessary information and logs) otherwise I have no choice but to ignore it.
1.31 beta 2 is out with mostly fixes:
Time for another round of betas, this one is 1.31 beta 1:
Please test out this version, especially if you have a motherboard with the new hardware support. I also need to know if the SMSC and NS Super I/O autodetection works properly and if it crashes other machines without that super I/O chip.
A big thank you goes to Analog Devices (specifically the Temperature and Systems Monitoring group) for graciously donating ADM1031 and ADM1032 evaluation kits and providing technical support.
After more than a year since the previous stable release, finally 1.30 is out. Only a few minor changes from RC3:
I also need to move the website to a different server as I will be leaving university soon. If anyone knows of a good free server with no ads or annoying pop-ups, please let me know. Thanks.
I will also release a version 1.23 at some point with bug-fixes only from 1.30 back-ported. If anyone needs it sooner, please let me know.
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