Yes it does, I just did it.
Based on little information we have and on how the problem is described, my money is on the PSU. I've been down that road before. Also, considering the age of the components, it's very plausible. Does the computer have a hard time starting from a cold boot? Does it seem to shut down more under load than idling? Are their any weird noises (distant high pitch)?
Yes I agree will replace the PSU see what happens I will now sign of this subject Thankyou.
Been in a bit of a snit.
My health is a bit off.
Sorry for anything bad.
I didn't say it doesn't work in Speccy. I said you have to use the snipping tool differently in Speccy. I'm not going to repeat myself again.
Where does it show CPU temp ?
Hi Here's a PSR Zip file how I used Speccy. Each step is recorded. I can teach you how to use PSR also if you like.
This is the way I use the snipping tool when I just want a part of Speccy. If you have a better way, please show me how.
Dave quit wasting your time on speccy, you could have saved yourself time and better helped the op with this.
Just asked about temps in Speccy.
So many posters don't know their ***HOLES from a hole in the ground I thought I would ask.
Since temps are good, I agree that it is likely to be PSU or nVidia card. Swapping in with 'known good" is usual approach. Other than that, it could be a voltage management chip on the motherboard - so a careful well lit inspection might show something.
Also, if you haven't already, run memtest86 overnight.
I think the OP has moved on. His CPU temp was clearly shown in post #13
Yes you did and I have explained how to find them in Speccy and posted a step by step zip how to do that.
I think it's time we all moved on. I do know my xxx from a hole in the ground. You asked how to find temps with Speccy. I provided the way. Time to move on as the OP has asked us to do. Team work can get messy at times, but it's still a good thing IMHO.
Added it again---
Haven't figured out how to change C° to F°.
Wasn't referring to you holdum323.
Just most of the people who post.
You will notice that you & I do not post with problems we need others to solve for us.
Hi @DavidBailey Did you open my PSR zip file showing how I copy parts of Speccy so I can copy and paste just a single part of Speccy. I don't know how I can make it any plainer. Did I miss spell any works? ROFL
Had to use online converter to convert it(mht) to PDF since I don't use IE.
Have latest version of Speccy.
Still see no temp for CPU.
Not that it matters.
Still have not figured out why my Speccy shows no temp for CPU.
CPU Maybe your PC doesn't have a temp sensor for your CPU?? IDK
Name AMD A6-3400M
Code Name Llano
Package Socket FS1 (905)
Specification AMD A6-3400M APU with Radeon HD Graphics
Extended Family 12
Extended Model 1
Instructions MMX (+), 3DNow! (+), SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSE4A, AMD 64, NX, VMX
Virtualization Supported, Disabled
Hyperthreading Not supported
Stock Core Speed 1400 MHz
Stock Bus Speed 100 MHz
Average Temperature 47 °C
L1 Data Cache Size 4 x 64 KBytes
L1 Instructions Cache Size 4 x 64 KBytes
L2 Unified Cache Size 4 x 1024 KBytes
Core Speed Multiplier Bus Speed Temperature Threads
Core 0 798.5 MHz x 8.0 99.8 MHz 47 °C APIC ID: 0
Core 1 798.5 MHz x 8.0 99.8 MHz 47 °C APIC ID: 1
Core 2 798.5 MHz x 8.0 99.8 MHz 47 °C APIC ID: 2
Core 3 2295.8 MHz x 23.0 99.8 MHz 47 °C APIC ID: 3
Don't let it bother you too much,now your beginning to understand why I don't bother with them and do it my own way.
If it keeps going on like "always", just report their posts and talk to one of the global mods.
One of them is one step away of being put out of techspot in due time.
Mine shows temp.
Whom would that be?? Care to share with us?What is your way?
What version ?
You have pro, mine is free