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System is Windows XP home with a western digital pata laptop drive.

 

Here are the latest problem with v2.8.373.

 

The temperature in the health tab is reported in Celsius under the "Real value" column although I selected the temp to be reported in Fahrenheit which is displayed in the temperature position to the left of this table. Thus, correct the unit-of-measure to be Fahrenheit in the "Real value" column if one selects Fahrenheit. Both temp values should match unit-of-measure wise.

 

 

The other problem is the power on hours. Why does it show 1d1h and not in decimal here for 'h' hours. Unless 1d1h

means "1 day" and "1 hour"??

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Unless 1d1h

means "1 day" and "1 hour"??

yes that is what it means

What else would it stand for (not being stand-offish just can't think of anybody who'd mistake that for decimal)

 

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Well, the other interpretation of this value is hexadecimal with the 'h' on the end to denote it as such. Hence, this could have been a mistake in displaying the data when one meant to display it as ASCII. Therefore, "1d1" could've been the hexadecimal value and the 'h' on the end marking it has hexadecimal.

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Everyone knows that 'h' is a common abbreviation of hours.

 

Only a small percentage of the general computer using population would even know what hexadecimal was,

and I for one would expect a prefix of 0x or (due to miss-spent youth coding in Assember) $

In fact Google could only find suffix for Binary and octal - only Prefix for Hexadecimal.

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