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ACPI Registry Adjustments?

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  • Started 7 years ago by LittleToucan
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LittleToucan
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Is it possible to adjust the ACPI; in particular the heat controls; through the registry? At present I am using NHC and it works super. Prior to getting NHC my notebook would overheat very easily, even when in sleep mode and shut down.

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jd2066
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It sounds like you posted to the wrong forum. OS X doesn't have a registry.
Assuming you actully use Windows then the answer is probably no. Usually ACPI settings like fan speed are stored in the CMOS Chip on the motherboard not the Windows registry.

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LittleToucan
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OOPS! Sorry about that.

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