37349Re: [libertybasic] memory location
- Jan 2, 2009Gary,
Many motherboards have a set of DLLs that allow you to read the system
values like temps and CPU voltages. The newest motherboards frequently
come with a background utility that lets you monitor parameters in real
time and sound an alarm if limits are exceeded. IIRC, there is a
current standard interface to these sensors, called something like ACPI,
if memory serves me correctly.
If your MB has such a function, then it is possible that the MB maker
may have a developers kit that would include said DLLs. If you can get
ahold of them, then it is indeed possible to interface LB to these DLs.
> hello all, i was wondering, is there a way to read a memory location
> like the old peek() command..i'm still very new to LB so i mite seem a
> silly qustion..all i was wanting to do was read in this location in
> memory were my mother keeps it's value for the system temperature.
> meany thanks
> gary purkiss
- << Previous post in topic Next post in topic >>