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    Default Help with backtrack 5 r3 temp sensors

    Hello friends, I have a problem with backtrack 5 r3 and in general with any version of Linux to install on a hp dv6 core i7 2820QM, q what happens is that the installation is carried out as normal, but to start using the OS I recognizes neither the fan or temperature sensors so when I log out the error of overheating, and tried million things but I can not recognize what I dimensioned, read that the kernel of the Linux distro are not compatible with processors Sandy bridge, maybe it's why ... Because when using Windows 7 ever happens to me I wish I could help advance friends .. thank you for your attention

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    Default Re: Help with backtrack 5 r3

    I would recommend you use Backtrack inside a Virtual Machine and use a host operating system that supports your hardware.
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