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Motherboard Monitor 5 for XP 65Bit - Needs your help



 
 
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Old April 3rd 04, 02:57 PM
Harry C
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Default Motherboard Monitor 5 for XP 65Bit - Needs your help

For anyone wanting to see a version of MBM for XP 64bit, please make a
donation to the cause by sending a dollar or 2 (or whatever you can spare)
to the following Paypal account - There is a link to
this account on the front page of the Motherboard Monitor web site -
http://mbm.livewiredev.com/

The author (Alex) is a great guy who is offering his time and has an honest
desire to produce a 64Bit version of this popular utility. This money will
be used to build a 64bit machine to develop and maintain this new version.
As you are aware, Motherboard Monitor is freeware. Thank-you
Harryc
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