When I got OHM set to read my HDD sensors, everything works great except for the fact that OHM seems to tread my DVD-drive like any other HDD. So it winds it up about every minute and then goes to a sudden stop. During this OHM freezes.
Turn HDD sensors off (Options -> untick 'Read HDD sensors') and that problem stops.
However. Now it won't read the temperatures of anything.
The same code I use to get the temp of my CPU, system and GPU is
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[MCPUT] Measure=Plugin Plugin=Plugins\OpenHardwareMonitor.dll Hardware=#WinB# Type=Temperatures Sensor=CPU [MSysT] Measure=Plugin Plugin=Plugins\OpenHardwareMonitor.dll Hardware=#WinB# Type=Temperatures Sensor=System [MGPUT] Measure=Plugin Plugin=Plugins\OpenHardwareMonitor.dll Hardware=#GFX# Type=Temperatures Sensor=GPU Core
But, like I said, disable that and it gives me the CPU-clockspeed, CPU-Fanspeed and CPU VCore voltage.
So that's huge bug I'd say...
Everything show up correctly in OHM, but the plugin gives me the wrong values.
If I after disableing HDD Sensors restar OHM, the measures give me: AVCC voltage, (what seems to be) CPU max temp, CPU total load as a number.
If I now restart rainmeter (and by that reloading the plugin) everything goes back to normal.
Now I choose to read the HDD sensors (just for testing) I get: CPU core #5 temp, CPU core #2 temp and Sys temp.
Restart rainmeter and it gets the right values.
So, the conclusion is that if you change what should be read by OHM, you have to restart rainmeter. A refresh all does not help.