Intel Turbo Memory Driver for windows 7  

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  1. Posts : 20
    Win7 (7100)
       #31

    I didn't have any problems... Win7 x64 build 7100. I don't remember doing anything fancy to get this installed.

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  2. Posts : 2
    Windows 7
       #32

    Perhaps 7100 had no problems...I never tried that build.

    But build 7600 Final RTM on a fresh install did require the work around.
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  3. Posts : 2
    Windows 7 RTM
       #33

    Intel Turbo Memory


    I have Windows 7 RTM installed on my laptop. I have had to "Troubleshoot compatability" to get ITM to install with all three versions of Win 7, beta, RC, and RTM. With this new build, however, it causes a BSOD almost immediately, and repeatedly! I did not have this issue with the RC, this is new with RTM.
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  4. Posts : 3
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
       #34

    The new Intel driver version works OK on Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bits
    Download Locations

    Release date 8/17/2009
    Regards
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  5. Posts : 2
    Windows 7 RTM x64
       #35

    I tried the latest driver 1.10.0.1012 on Windows 7 RTM x64 and still does not work. I can get the driver loaded and the dashboard as well. But when i try to load apps, it doesn't decrement the "used" space. Also, when i click "advanced" on an app that i accelerated, it shows nothing checked. When i try to check something to accelerate, it pops open a box and says something along the lines of "Cannot accelerate, something is wrong...etc". I have the 4 GB module but it says 3.1 GB is available?? also, when i open up the turbo module matrix manager, it shows Readyboost disabled but readydrive enabled. Any ideas if this is the way it supposed to work? i would assume that i could add apps into the "accelerated" pane and see the amount of data that it is accelerating. I tried all the workarounds, including uninstall/reinstall numerous times. Can someone confirm that the latest driver actually works?
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  6. Posts : 20
    Win7 (7100)
       #36

    I just downloaded the new driver (console shows 1.10) and I have both boxes enabled... but I don't have the pinning app and no right-click ability to accelerate... so I dunno. I have the newer 2MB module... so it should be there.

    The Turbo Memory controller shows up in dev mgr with the correct driver rev. on it, and the cache itself shows up under my drives as IMD-0. Disk mgt. shows 1.37GB free (100%).

    So... I uninstalled the disk itself, rebooted twice and the ReadyBoost was unchecked. I checked it, had to reboot again and now the check is in it, but I still don't have the pinning ability. I kinda remember a seperate app for it but there's no such thing listed on intel's site. I may try the version from Dell again.
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  7. Posts : 20
    Win7 (7100)
       #37

    -----Original Message-----
    From: support@mailbox.intel.com
    Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2009 3:54 PM
    To: Alex
    Subject: RE: Intel(R) Turbo Memory Email Support Request
    Hello Alex,
    Thank you for contacting Intel(R) Technical Support.
    We understand you have product inquiries.
    The Intel(R) Turbo Memory is supported through this channel of support when installed with a Verified by Intel(R) Notebook only.
    The new User Pinning capability feature, via the Intel(R) Turbo Memory Dashboard, allows the user to choose and control which applications or files are loaded into the Intel Turbo Memory cache for performance acceleration.
    The latest drivers for the Intel(R) Turbo Memory version 1.7, includes the Intel(R) Dashboard application. The installer automatically detects the presence of an Intel(R) Turbo memory of 4GB and installs the application.
    Intel(R) Dashboard application with user pinning is not supported on systems with Intel(R) Turbo Memory of 1GB or 2GB versions.

    For more information, please follow the URL below:
    http://downloadmirror.intel.com/16706/eng/Readme.txt

    If you are having software issues, we strongly recommend uninstalling and reinstalling the driver package, which you can find on the URL below:
    http://downloadcenter.intel.com/filter_results.aspx?strTypes=all&ProductID=2813&OSFullName=All+Operating+Systems&lang=eng&strOSs=All &submit=Go%21
    If you still encounter software issues even with the latest drivers mentioned, we recommend contacting your computer manufacturer for support, as they are familiar with the configuration on your system.
    http://support.dell.com/support/index.aspx?c=us&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs&~ck=mn

    We are sorry for the inconvenience.

    Sincerely,
    Javier.
    Intel(R) Customer Support
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  8. Posts : 2
    Windows 7 RTM x64
       #38

    I actually managed to get it the driver and console installed successfully. It even loaded apps and decremented the "used space/free space" in the top left... but.. it spins up the CPU to 30-40% for long periods of time... I called Intel and all they had to say was that Windows 7 x64 is "not supported yet". So you may think its working, but i doubt it. I will wait until a newer version comes out that supports x64 RTM.
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  9. Posts : 3
    Windows 7
       #39

    I just wanted to say thanks! The instructions on how to get the turbo memory working were very helpful. E.G. "extract the driver with command line: INVM19ENU.exe -a -p (the extracted files end up in program files in the intel directory) overwrite the nvccoin.dll found in c:\windows\system32 with the new version found here: C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\Intel Matrix Storage Manager\winall\INVM\x64\ Copy the new nvccoin.dll file into C:\windows\syswow64\ as well" Notes: 1: I used the latest release INVM110ENU.EXE 2: I did not have to rerun the install I just rebooted. works now with no problems. I have Win7 64bit.
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  10. Posts : 1
    seven ultimate
       #40

    well iv installed Confirm Download and all goes as silk
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