We’ve just released a CpuIdle test version supported on Windows Vista. Please download here and let us know of any issues.
Also added was support for SpeedFan temperature monitoring software. Motherboard Monitor continues to be supported as well.
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Hiya, I just tried the CpuIdle Vista Beta Trial on Vista x64 Ultimate.
I keep getting this message:
‘Couldn’t open CpuIdle driver , make sure to reboot after installation.’
every time I try to start it.
I installed it with Administrator rights & have tried many times to run it with admin rights (by right-clicking & selecting ‘run as admin’).
I have UAC turned OFF, and have uninstalled, restarted & reinstalled many, many times.
Does CouIdle just not work on x64 systems? (I have a Intel Core 2 Duo (is x64)).
I installed CpuIdle on my new FSC Amilo v3205 laptop with Intel Core Duo and Windows Vista Business. Normally, the laptop makes a high-pitched sound that may become annoying when there is perfect silence around. But with CpuIdle I can barely hear it. Hmm… feature? bug? Anyway, it’s a good thing.
Now, I don’t know if the program actually cools the processor, I will do a test as soon as I install a temperature monitor.
I want to mention a problem, though: I have the Aero interface and have set the taskbar to autohide, but when CpuIdle runns, it keeps reappearing for a fraction of a second as the systray is updated, so I disabled the systray display of processor usage to get rid of this problem.
I forgot to mention that this high-pitched sound is not hearable when the processor in on full load (this without CpuIdle).
Maybe this information is helpful and somebody can explain me what the deal is with this thing. I read on forums about other laptop models that make this noise too.