thanks very much mitch_de, that worked.
yes i am with 9.3 kernel. changed info.plist to 9.3.0 and it loaded successfully.
now it shows temperature, thank you very much. 55 degrees celsius. isnt that much for
core2duo T7300 with speedstep on?
Also, it is very complicated to get REAL cpu temps out of C2D. So each temp app has its own
algorithm to get the C/F.
speedit.kext temps (used by MenuTemperature) are about 15-20% higher than the values from Hardware Monitor tool.
But dont worry about that - you see the differences !
My E4400 email@example.com GHZ (1300/1900/2330) is getting 46 to 61 Celsius / with Hardware Monitor 38 to 56 Celsius.
Laptops will get much higher temps / are build for getting higher temps.
You can save power if you change (by Speedstep.app or DCPUManager) the UP/DOWN trottling values by the sliders - but you will have also an slower CPU by let CPU stay longer on slow MHZ if CPU% rises.
Speedstep sets MHZ UP/DOWN thats right, but check also if your mVolts also go down.
Sometimes you have to set the VID (mVolts) also a bit down in the .plist of 1.3.2/1.4.0 .kext.
MHZ down without mVolts down would make not really sense.
Without CPU work (at least 20%) it doesnt matter (for temp) if speedstep (MHZ down + mVolts down) in aktive or not.