Updated CCC on P870KM1 how to knock out XTU?

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  1. KabyZen

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    So I just got the latest Clevo Control center from the Clevo website, and I see that the XTU service is running. Should I leave it alone or destroy it? If so how?

    Also I'm starting to not see all my power schemes anymore (thanks fall creators update) know how I can get them back?
     
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    Control Panel -> Windows Mobility Center

    You will find all the schemes there and as soon as you pick one it will start appearing in the power settings normally.
     
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    Ah I see thanks a lot!

    Now if I remember correctly many have stated xtu on a Clevo kills the fan table. I did a system restore (bye bye XTU), reset the BIOS and put back the overclock settings. Would everything be fine now, how do I check?
     
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    1) Uninstall your current CCC then reboot

    2) Perform an NVRAM Reset:


    To perform a soft NVRAM Reset without having to open the laptop and remove the CMOS battery:


    Hold FN + D + Power button for 5 seconds, then keep the FN + D buttons pressed and release the Power key, after 30 seconds, you should see the NVRAM reset message on your screen.


    Another user also mentioned:




    3) Set your BIOS options to back to what they were


    4) Install the latest Clevo Control Center (AKA Hotkey Driver) but take note of the below instructions:

    To install the Clevo Control Center without the built-in CPU/Memory Overclocking tool (which contains XTU components):

    Edit the OEM.INI file in the Clevo Control Center driver's directory before you install it:

    Change SupportXTUFanTable=1 to SupportXTUFanTable=0
     
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    I'd also recommend uninstalling CCC using revo uninstaller if possible.
     
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    Interesting. Thanks for the info, back to being XTUless. Updated the CCC nicely as well. Gonna play with fall creator power options a bit more
     
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