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when I try and download it says "the download cannot be saved because an unknown error occurred." any thoughts?

Replace ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw with http://dlcdnet.asus.com. Also, Mieke's link had a grammatical error. It should be:

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/misc/utils/AISuite_II_V10203_XPVistaWin7.zip
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Hmm. The link above goes to v10203. I got v10216 back in December.
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Hmm. The link above goes to v10203. I got v10216 back in December.

can you upload it please?
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can you upload it please?

Not sure how to do that.
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Should be be installing AI Suite II?
If so, what should be take off after the install? I hear a lot of people on here uninstall only the Auto Tuning? I have it installed, but never touch it, as I only tweak in bios. But a lot of people suggest we uninstall the autotune?
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Should be be installing AI Suite II?
If so, what should be take off after the install? I hear a lot of people on here uninstall only the Auto Tuning? I have it installed, but never touch it, as I only tweak in bios. But a lot of people suggest we uninstall the autotune?

It's not required. Some people install it to monitor voltages and various temps. You can do the same with other third-party software such as HWiNFO64 or AIDA64.
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It's not required. Some people install it to monitor voltages and various temps. You can do the same with other third-party software such as HWiNFO64 or AIDA64.

But what are the most useful programs in ASUS Suite II that can be considered non-bloatware?
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But what are the most useful programs in ASUS Suite II that can be considered non-bloatware?

FAN Xpert+, TurboV EVO, and USB 3.0 Boost

I don't have any of them installed on my computer.
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FAN Xpert+, TurboV EVO, and USB 3.0 Boost
I don't have any of them installed on my computer.
Well, I tried Fan Xpert+, System monitor and USB boost. Everything worked OK, and actually the sensor recorder would be quite nice (if only it was possible to understand where the hell are the recordings saved to).

Issue I got is that when I tried to uninstall them, it got stuck on USB boost, no way to complete the uninstall. Had to go via revo uninstaller.

Blasted away, not likely to come back on that. plenty of non-bloatware alternatives (speedfan, hwmonitor, real temp, ...).

MaX.
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For those who had issues with the Intel 16.8 82579V lan driver:
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If you installed software version 16.8, you must remove the software before you can install version 16.8.1.
- The version 16.8.1 software has replaced the version 16.8 software package.
- The version 16.8.1 software package contains a bug fix to the Windows driver for the Intel(R) 82579V Gigabit Network Connection.
- If you previously installed version 16.8, and you do not have an Intel(R) 82579V Gigabit Network Connection, then there is no reason to update your software.

Link: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=20739&lang=eng&OSVersion=%0A&DownloadType=

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