>> In general, the first thing you should try is running
>> sensors-detect again, as root.
> Okay, I did that ('sudo sensors-detect') and answered with the
> default value to all questions, after that I did 'sensors -j'
> but it displayed the same error.
>> It is possible that your kernel is not loading some
>> particular sensor module which would be recommended by
>> sensors-detect.
> So I should reboot? Let's do that.

I rebooted but same :(

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