"AXTU" (AsRock Xtreme Tuning Utility) not supported in Windows10?

GonzoHR

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"AXTU" (AsRock Xtreme Tuning Utility) was very helpful piece of software that I use for long time. After upgrading Win7 to Win10 can't use it anymore because "AXTU" is not supported for Win10 platforms. Any solutions for how to install "AXTU" on Win10 (windows compatibility, run as admin.. etc. doesn't work) or is there any replacement for "AXTU" that support Win10? Maybe some diferent AsRock OC utility that is compatible with my motherboard: - AsRock "990fx Extreme"

Thank you...
 

GonzoHR

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Problem solved!
I try to install AXTU once again on windows 10 x64.... by default AXTU installer put files in:
c:\Program Files (x86)\ASRock Utility\AXTU\ - DOESN'T WORK
Now I made new install path and put AXTU in windows 10 x64 program files folder:
c:\Program Files\ASRock Utility\AXTU\ - WORK


AXTU (v0.1.381.2) works on Windows 10 (x64) platform!

 

GonzoHR

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@ jason3871... thx for reply but i did wrote that windows compatibility options doesn't work...
@ AdmiralDonut... I wrote them message about "AXTU" issue compatibility few days ago, but no answer yet from them. Is there any other AsRock software similar to "AXTU"... I know that I can control fan, cpu ratio etc. from bios, but I really need something to control MBO stuff from Windows. Thx...
 

GonzoHR

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Problem solved!
I try to install AXTU once again on windows 10 x64.... by default AXTU installer put files in:
c:\Program Files (x86)\ASRock Utility\AXTU\ - DOESN'T WORK
Now I made new install path and put AXTU in windows 10 x64 program files folder:
c:\Program Files\ASRock Utility\AXTU\ - WORK


AXTU (v0.1.381.2) works on Windows 10 (x64) platform!

 

GonzoHR

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yw... Im glad that this help you... :)

 

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this works, thank you very much
 

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I agree. I upgraded to Win10 recently. I currently have AXTU set to launch every time Windows starts, and even though I have it in the Program Files (not x86) directory AXTU fails on a compatibility issue every second boot or so. Another re-boot usually gets it running, but I`m not satisfied with that.
 

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