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Please try uninstalling that Intel® XTU and reinstalling it, you can download the Intel® XTU here:
Did you have problems with this software before upgrading to Windows 10 or only after you upgrade to Windows 10?
i tried in win7 and same problem what is the source of this error ?
In this case, the motherboard and processor that you are using does not support this software.
You will need at least a 2nd generation processor and later generations, on both mobile and desktop platforms.
You can see the Intel® motherboards supported by the Intel® Extreme Tuning Utility here:
You can see on the screenshot I uploaded; those motherboards are the ones supported by the Intel® Extreme Tuning Utility.
It will be on the bottom of the page.
The Intel® XTU works based on the BIOS you have, and the BIOS version for this motherboard is old and there is not an Intel® XTU version available for it.
According to Desktop Boards — Performance Tuning Guides, the following boards have a Performance Tuning Guide: DZ87KLT-75K, DZ77GA-70K & DZ77RE-75K, DP67BG, DH67BL, DX58SO2 & DX58OG, and DP55KG & DP55SB. This leads one to assume that these boards will run XTU, which pre-220.127.116.11 ran fairly well on DH67BL / DH67CL, but of course only graphics OC was allowed by the chipset. XTU 18.104.22.168 no longer displays temperature or throttling status, nor does it allow for a benchmark to be run, which it did before on DH67BL / DH67CL. If only the aforementioned five boards were ever supported, the same message the OP saw should have been displayed on DH67BL / DH67CL using either 22.214.171.124 or previous versions of XTU.
Thanks all of yours reply and answers. İ tought i will going to renew all my mobo, cpu and rams. i brusted up already. Only thing that i wish is manufacturers and developers consider that support for they early expensive (For my country) pruducts.