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darkangel
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Did I lose a fan?

30 Dec 2015, 09:54

Tech Info 2006 model laptop:

Macs Fan Control 1.2.1
MacBookPro1,2
Genuine Intel(R) CPU T2600 @ 2.16GHz[100]
Mac OS X 10.6.8

Fans:
Left side-min{1000}curr{5495}max{5500}mode{2,TC0D,36,44}
Right side-min{1000}curr{0}max{5500}mode{2,TG0H,36,44}


TempSensors:
TB0T (Battery TS_MAX) - 29.7969, 29.7969
TC0D (CPU Diode) - 57.5, 57.5
TC0P (CPU Proximity) - 53, 53
TG0H (GPU Heatsink) - 53.625, 53.625
TG0P () - 49.375, 49.375
TG0T () - 56.125, 56.125
TTF0 () - 70, 70
Th0H () - 40, 40
Th1H () - 38.75, 38.75
Tm0P (Mem Controller) - 48, 48
Ts0P (Left Palm Rest) - 35.5, 35.5
Ts1P () - -1, 128


Disk drives:
WDC WD2500BEVS-75UST0 - 40

Image indicates that there is only 1 fan running, am I reading that right?. I know that the cd/dvd rom has kaput, it is an old Mac.
I have:
1. rebooted, run disk utility to repair permissions, rebooted again
2. changed the settings to each and everyone followed by a reboot
3. ran the log from within preferences see below ( a few days ago ) I had to zip it due to its size, I did not know quite how to edit it.
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