Intel® Memory Translator Hub (MTH) Reboot Issue
Intel® MTH ID Utility (Windows* Version)
The Intel® MTH ID Utility has been designed to allow any user with an Intel processor based-system to test for the presence of a Memory Translator Hub (MTH) component on your system. If an MTH component is detected, the utility will report the presence of MTH, the manufacturer of the motherboard, and the motherboard name.
Note: This utility will not run properly from a command prompt. Please run it by double clicking the desktop icon.
System Requirements The Intel MTH ID Utility is designed to run on an Intel processor based-system.
The following Windows* operating systems are supported:
- Windows* 95 (OSR 2.5 and higher)
- Windows 98 †
- Windows 2000
- Windows NT* 4.0 (Service Pack 4 and higher)
† Some users have reported difficulties when running the utility with Windows 98 SR2.
If you do not have one of the supported operating systems, we recommend that you download the DOS version of the utility.
Windows NT* and Windows* 2000 users must have administrative rights to their systems to successfully install this utility.
- Download imthidu_w.exe to your hard drive
- Double click on the file
- The Install Shield* program will install the utility
- Once the Install Shield program is finished, an icon will be placed on your desktop
- Double click on the icon to run the utility
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