This issue appeared with another Intel GPA article, and is being copied to the support forum in order to reach a broader audience:
when we use Ivy bridge CPU E3-1245V2, below error message is displayed and do not run GPA analyser: "Media performance analsys is not available on this platform. For the list of supported platfoms, please see the FAQ on the Intel GPA web site". we are using Supermicro X9SAE mother board and this board can adapt Ivy bridge whiich is use P4000 graphic chipset. other CPU i3, E3-1245 CPU is no problem, but only E3-1245V2 CPU has this issue.
To help us understand this problem can you please right-click on the Intel GPA Monitor icon in the notification tray, and copy the information from the "About..." option -- we need more details about your specific configuration.
I have CPU 2500K with HD3000 and Nvidia 680 GTX.
Virtu is enabled in BIOS settings.
"Media performance analysis is not available on this platform. For the list of supported platforms, please see the FAQ on the Intel® GPA website at http://www.intel.com/software/gpa."
Windows 7, 64-bit DEP enabled
Num Processors: 4
System BIOS: American Megatrends Inc. 1805 (12/19/2012)
Video BIOS: Version 80.04.09.00.01 (03/07/12)
Device: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680
No support for GPA Instrumentation
GPA install directory: C:\Program Files\Intel\GPA\2012 R5\
GPA version: 12.5.187105
Current user is in Administrators group: YES
Current GPA 2012 R5 (12.5.187105)
Is there any way to use media performance monitor?
Sorry to not get back to you earlier, but it looks like the automatic notification system for new postings is not working.
Anyways, the media extensions only work with Intel Processor Graphics, such as HD 2000/3000 or HD 2500/4000. You probably have one of these on your system, but you'll first of all need to disable the NVIDIA graphics card.
Hope this helps -- let me know if this helps you use the media performance monitor.
Some more information for you...
Note that the media performance monitor only works with Intel Processor Graphics, since there is no common API for this information that works with arbitrary graphics devices. This is why the media performance monitor doesn't work with "old" Intel graphics, since those devices don't have the proper driver interface and/or hardware metrics available.
Hope this helps.