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  • jon00
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    Version 1.0.1. is now available:

    Changes from 1.0.0:

    Full compatibility with HS4
    New Icons provided (existing icons are still available)

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  • grp
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    Problem Solved!

    I reinstalled everything again from scratch, and it now appears to be working as advertised. I had been running SpeedFan in HS2, but since my migration, I missed the application, as I have my equipment in a relatively sealed rack, with a variable speed fan, and adjusting the speed of the exhaust fan based on system temperature is a MUST for me. I had been running with the doors to the equipment rack open, which was not appreciated by the wife! LOL! Now I can close them, and she will be happy.

    Thanks again Jon!

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  • grp
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    Jon,

    Thanks for the info regarding the AV warnings. I have installed the application jon00Speedfanmonitor.exe into the suggested location of c:\Jon00Speedfan. Along with this file, I have copied HomeSeerAPI.dll, HSCF.dll, Scheduler.dll, and the supplied Settings file. I edited the settings file as follows:

    HS3HostAdd=192.168.1.176
    SpeedFanPath=C:\Program Files (x86)\SpeedFan
    Duration=15
    ClientNo=1

    I then copied the 4 INI files into HS3\config, and copied the image files into HS3\html\images\Devices\jon00\speedfan.

    I started up SpeedFan.exe, as well as jon00Speedfanmonitor.exe, and restarted HS3. I did observe an entry in the log: Jon00_Speedfan Client1 connected to Homeser, so it appears to be connected. The issue I am having is that I am not getting any SpeddFan devices added into my Device Configuration Page. I am logging devices in SpeedFan, and it is updating with time. I have updated the HS3\config\Jon00SpeedFan1.ini as follows:

    [Settings]
    PCName=HA-PC, which is a name I tend to refer to it, but it is not a formal name. The INI file has not had any Sensors added to it, and each sensor line still looks like this:

    [Sensor1]
    Sensor=

    So it appears that it has not found the SpeedFan CSV file to populate the INI file with. I am not sure what I have managed to do wrong, but I sure could use some assistance in figuring it out.

    Thanks Jon!

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  • jon00
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    OK, there is more on AV warnings at the top of my downloads page.

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  • grp
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    Problems installing Jon00SpeedFanMonitor.exe

    Jon,

    I just wanted to make sure that the current download was un-infected, as I am sure it was, but just needed confirmation. I can tell my AV program to allow it to be removed from Quarantine, and all should be fine.

    Thanks for getting back to me!

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  • jon00
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    All I can suggest is that you disable your AV whilst unzipping the file.

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  • grp
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    Problems installing Jon00SpeedFanMonitor.exe

    Jon00,

    I have recently attempted to install your SpeedFan application, and Norton Anti Virus is convinced that it contains the Heir.AdvML.B virus. I have attempted to extract this file from your Zip file a few times to no avail. How can I get this EXE file extracted from the Zip?

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  • jon00
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    I don't believe there is anything wrong with the HTPC Server. Only metrics that change value will be shown in the Last Change column. Check Speedfan directly and compare with the reported values that have not changed.

    If you do not put the office PC to sleep, does it run and operate correctly? Was Speedfan also running when you restarted the client and updating itself correctly? Check the Speedfan log (SFLogXXXXXXXX.csv file) where XXXXXXXX is todays date in YYYYMMDD format

    Also, take a look here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/kb/2640103
    Last edited by jon00; May 11, 2015, 04:59 PM.

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  • CharlieWayne
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    Using Sleep.


    Having issues still and another crash.

    The issue is that the Jon00SpeedFanMonitor on the "office desktop" client1 has not updated the HS devices in days. So just now restarted but the SpeedFan and you FanMonitior, to confirm Client1 (Desktop) has reconnected.
    Code:
    May-11 12:38:34 AM	 	Jon00_SpeedFan	Ready
    May-11 12:38:34 AM	 	Jon00_SpeedFan	Version 1.0.0
    May-11 12:38:34 AM	 	Jon00_SpeedFan	Client 1 connected to Homeseer
    However, after 15 mins none of the Desktop client devices have updated. See attached picture and you will see a few of the devices on the client2 (HTPC Server) have not update.


    Heres the 2nd crash report that occurred while using the client pc

    Code:
    Problem signature:
      Problem Event Name:	APPCRASH
      Application Name:	Jon00SpeedFanMonitor.exe
      Application Version:	1.0.0.0
      Application Timestamp:	53deb412
      Fault Module Name:	clr.dll
      Fault Module Version:	4.0.30319.18444
      Fault Module Timestamp:	52717e84
      Exception Code:	c00000fd
      Exception Offset:	003793f2
      OS Version:	6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
      Locale ID:	1033
      Additional Information 1:	6ae0
      Additional Information 2:	6ae0f431b35af595fce414e9efa96042
      Additional Information 3:	ecd2
      Additional Information 4:	ecd2047b7dbc259b0313d25be00374e9
    Attached Files

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  • jon00
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    OK, tried it here on Win 7 64 bit. I put the PC to sleep for 5 minutes, woke it and the client continued to update HS3. No crashes.

    You are using sleep/suspend and not hibernate?

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  • CharlieWayne
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    Win7 pro X64

    Many thanks.

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  • jon00
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    I'm not sure what I can do. Which Windows OS are you using so I can try it here.

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  • CharlieWayne
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    Great Work Sir,

    Got everything set up and your install instructions are clear. Have 2 clients reporting to HS and all devices report accuratley. One client is the HS server and the other a office desktop pc.

    When the office pc is put in sleep mode your "John00SpeedFanMontior" stops working and does not recover upon waking up.

    Heres part of the MS Error Details. Any ideas to a fix?

    Charlie

    Code:
    Problem signature:
      Problem Event Name:	InPageError
      Error Status Code:	c000020c
      Faulting Media Type:	00000000
      OS Version:	6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48
      Locale ID:	1033
      Additional Information 1:	0a9e
      Additional Information 2:	0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789
      Additional Information 3:	0a9e
      Additional Information 4:	0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789
    
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  • bsnedek
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    SpeedFan Monitor

    Thanks Much Jon,

    I re-configured like you suggested. Followed the instructions on changing the configuration and restarted the system. It all works great now!!!

    Thank you for another great tool!!

    Cheers
    Brad

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  • jon00
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    It looks like Speedfan is not generating your CSV file correctly.

    Please review the docs and go through the Speedfan setup again. Make sure you pay attention to the red circles shown on the setup pictures.

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