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ForceX System Monitor v3.0.6(Feb-20-2013)

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Dark_Wizard
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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spx wrote:In Windows 7:

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PerfMonObject="TCPv4"
or

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PerfMonObject="TCPv6"
That shouldn't matter.
maminscris wrote: I is working for me, but i'm on xp sp 2 32-bit, i think is measuring only wan TCP since yesterday was not working and he said 0, look in your performance monitor in control panel, administrative tools, maybe Connection established is under another name
Just run a command prompt and type in:
netstat -s

this will display connections based on protocol TCP, IP, ICMP, UDP, etc....still looking into this.
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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After running netstat -s and looking at the results, I see that Win7 uses "Current Connections" for both IPv4 and IPv6. This maybe is what is needed for Win7 and Vista....

So change:
PerfMonCounter="Connections Established"

to:
PerfMonCounter="Current Connections"
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ForceX
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

Post by ForceX »

Thanks for the info on the network connection. Once I get home from work I'll plugin this info and see what happens.

As for the HDD I was unaware that SMART drives had internal temp monitors. Does speed fan support this? Right now I am unable to check.
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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In reference to above use this in "Settings.inc":

; WinXP
ConnectionType="Connections Established"

;Vista & Win7
;ConnectionType="Current Connections"

and in all the "Systems_Monitor.ini" set:
PerfMonCounter="#ConnectionType#"

and let the user comment/uncomment what OS they are using....
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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ForceX wrote:Thanks for the info on the network connection. Once I get home from work I'll plugin this info and see what happens.

As for the HDD I was unaware that SMART drives had internal temp monitors. Does speed fan support this? Right now I am unable to check.
Yes, Speedfan will monitor them....
SpeedFan is a program that monitors voltages, fan speeds and temperatures in computers with hardware monitor chips. SpeedFan can even access S.M.A.R.T. info and show hard disk temperatures. SpeedFan supports SCSI disks too. SpeedFan can even change the FSB on some hardware (but this should be considered a bonus feature). SpeedFan can access digital temperature sensors and can change fan speeds accordingly, thus reducing noise. SpeedFan can find almost any hardware monitor chip connected to the 2-wire SMBus (System Management Bus (trademark belonging to SMIF, Inc.), a subset of the I2C protocol) and works fine with Windows 9x, ME, NT, 2000, 2003, XP and Windows Vista. It works with Windows 64 bit too.
You can even get a little crazy and have it where the HDD will change colors if there is a S.M.A.R.T error so the end user can check their drives...

Lastly, you may want to consider adding the Beta Version to your package as it adds support for all the latest processors i.e. i5, i7 etc......you can get it here.

Bob
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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This is great information guys. Thanks so much for your support. When I get home I will be making these changes and release a preview version. I'll also start work on the HDD temps as well.

This post from my iPhone :)
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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ForceX wrote:This post from my iPhone :)
Good reception :Embarrassed:
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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Benjamin Linus wrote: Good reception :Embarrassed:
LOL...
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

Post by ForceX »

ForceX System Monitor V2 Beta is now uploaded to the first post.

This is a beta release. It contains 1 profile and that's the 12 core 7 HDD profile. Cores 9-12 have there bars disabled ATM.

The FXSM_V2_Settings.inc file contains a bunch of user definable settings, like:
1. Chose your version of windows (For network connection settings)
.......a. Current TCP value set inside of skin is TCPv4. This is not currently changeable inside of this settings file. I hope it wont need to be.
2. Set your network interface number
3. Set your ISP Speed
4. Turn on / off network connections monitor
5. Speed Fan Settings for CPU GPU and HDD ( HDD not implemented yet) Set your settings accordingly to Speed Fan for it to work properly.
6. Drive letter assignments
7. Drive names

Please submit your feedback.
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Re: ForceX System Monitor 1.4 (April-4-2010)

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Dark_Wizard wrote:In reference to above use this in "Settings.inc":

; WinXP
ConnectionType="Connections Established"

;Vista & Win7
;ConnectionType="Current Connections"

and in all the "Systems_Monitor.ini" set:
PerfMonCounter="#ConnectionType#"

and let the user comment/uncomment what OS they are using....
Even better yet...detect the OS instead...

[MeasureOSName]
Measure=Registry
RegHKey=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
RegKey=SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion
RegValue=ProductName
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