4 Replies Latest reply: Aug 6, 2010 4:29 AM by malliemcg RSS

    Intel Turbo Boost Technology Monitor

    JDSB

      Hello, I'm having some problems with this software. I already had it working on my PC but now I can't reinstall it. I downloaded it and everytime I try to install it, it is says "This instalation requires a more recente version of the Windows".

      I'm using Windows 7 and is updated and because it already worked fine, the Windows can't be the problem. I unninstall everything I could find of Intel Monitor (program files, regedit, ...).

       

      My processor is an i5 750.

        • 1. Re: Intel Turbo Boost Technology Monitor
          Salem_Intel

          Hi,

          I confirm Intel® Turbo Boost Technology Monitor is compliant with Windows* 7.  Just to be 100% sure, I'd suggest ensuring Intel® Turbo Boost Technology is indeed enabled in BIOS.  Otherwise, please, confirm the desktop board model and its currently running BIOS version.

          • 2. Re: Intel Turbo Boost Technology Monitor
            malliemcg

            I am having this issue myself. I am running a fresh install of Windows 7 - 64 bit and it will not let me get past the installer.


            I have it installed and am able to get it to boot off the Windows 7 - 32 bit install that is on a separate hard drive. However I woud like to get it working on the 64 bit install.

            • 3. Re: Intel Turbo Boost Technology Monitor
              PeterUK

              Works fine here for win 7 64bit.

              • 4. Re: Intel Turbo Boost Technology Monitor
                malliemcg

                Solution:

                 

                (Version 1.0.400.5)

                 

                This is what I did to get this tool installed:

                I ran the setup and again the box popped up saying "This installation requires a newer version of windows". I did not click "OK".

                 

                I typed %TEMP% in the windows search box and hit enter, explorer opened up a window displaying the contents of the TEMP directory. I then looked inside the two most recently created folders with a name (GUID iirc). Inside one of these folders was a directory of {671EC9B2-A0F0-4035-AA48-729EDC3C59EF} inside this directory are two setup files TurboBoostSetup64.exe and TurboBoostSetup32.exe as I am running Win7 - 64 bit I ran TurboBoostSetup64.exe which installed correctly and I now have Turbo boost tech monitor working.

                 

                M