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There are 3 things to try -
1. Roll the BIOS back to the previous version and see if IDCC works correctly or -
2. Check the release notes for IDCC, there is an email address where you can send one of your IDCC log files and some interesting notes concerning known issues.
3. Can you manually start the service yourself via "Administrative Tools - Services" ? You need to be an administrator to install / configure or un-install IDCC!
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To be honest, I have not checked the latest BIOS Version 3828, i can check it later for you.
All that i remember so far , on this board, when i had the bios version 2127, on the iDCC, there were four indicators:
When i updated the bios to the version V3504, the menu indicator changes:
3. CPU VR
There was no more memory, actually this is stated in the Bios Release NOtes if i am not mistaken.
By the way which bios version do you have? And which memory are you using and CPU as well?
Anyway, i will let you know if i get the same thing.
Thanks for the reply....The bios is indeed 3828 and I would appreciate very much your findings after installation. I didn't notice anything in the release notes that indicate 'Memory' would change (edit: sorry, was reffering to the IDCC not the bios)....and the IDCC has not been updated to reflect such.
After a lengthy discussion with Intel...they offered a solution. They recommended going into the bios and select 'optimal default settings' save/quit....which I did and IDCC started the XTU. However, when I ran the auto tune, the first time Windows restarted...I got the message again "IDCC failed to start XTU". Trying to start XTU manually from 'services' gets the message "XTU started then stopped". IDCC is running in taskmanager by the way...just won't start XTU.
My computer has the I7 920 processor, 3g ram, and Vista home premium.
Thanks for the reply....I did try to start the program from services...I get a message "XTU started but stopped. This happens when it is no longer needed by another program (or something similar)".
I indeed have the log file which has a lot of 'warnings' and failures listed...but can not find where to send it. Google has revealed many posts concerning the IDCC and bios compatability in past Bios offerings...but, none recent
I apologized for the delay in responding to you. I will try to see if I get any issues with the IDCC with new BIOS soon. In the meantime, as mentioned by Isit, I think that it is best for you to send the log to the IDCC team for further investigation. It will be quicker from their side as they are the builder.
After installing Intel Desktop Control Center 4.4.0, if you encounter issues that are not documented below, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and attach the following file:
C:\PROGRAM FILES\INTEL\INTEL(R) DESKTOP CONTROL CENTER\LOGS\IDCC.LOG (for 32-bit OS)
C:\PROGRAM FILES(x86)\INTEL\INTEL(R) DESKTOP CONTROL CENTER\LOGS\IDCC.LOG (for 64-bit OS)
and include a screen shot of the error message.
Please also include your BIOS version, OS version (Windows XP or Windows Vista; 32- or 64-bit), and OS language.
Let us know how it goes as well.
I managed to install the Intel Desktop Control Center IDCC v184.108.40.2062 with the system configuration below:
Memory Type: DDR3
Memory Speed: 1066-64Mhz
Populated: Channel A Dimm 0
OS: Microsoft Vista Enterprise 32 bits.
It works fine. I think that the best thing for you to do is to send the log to the related email we mentionned above.
I had an identical problem.
Reseting all BIOS defaults solved the error. (F2 at post)
I had done a reinstall of Vista64 and started getting this problem ( IDCC startup failure )
I had over clocked on the previous system, and obviously some setting changes were not liked on reinstall.
I also updated the BIOS first, this didnt fix the problem.