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Originally Posted by Edkiefer View Post

I haven't looked at drivers in long time , I am pretty much up to date with respect to what Asus shows on drivers on there site .
The drivers on first page here (and if you check online ) are a lot newer .

My question is are these listed on first page tested to run ok or there just latest drivers available but untested ?

Sometimes there compatibility issues . I am going to guess the Intel stuff probably ok but things like audio driver I am not so sure .

Edit: anyone know why the Asus audio driver updates are 2x size of ones from Realtek , R2.71 ?
Honestly no clue, but the Realtek ones are perfect and will work just fine.
I think its just different compression methods.
post #1082 of 1288
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Honestly no clue, but the Realtek ones are perfect and will work just fine.
I think its just different compression methods.
Asus includes both x86 and x64 for all supported versions of Windows (2K through 8), while the Realtek ones only include either A.) both architectures for either 7/8 or 2K/XP/2003 or B.) only one architecture for either 7/8 or 2K/XP/2003. That is essentially why Asus's file is twice as big. Essentially however, they are the same drivers.
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Asus includes both x86 and x64 for all supported versions of Windows (2K through 8), while the Realtek ones only include either A.) both architectures for either 7/8 or 2K/XP/2003 or B.) only one architecture for either 7/8 or 2K/XP/2003. That is essentially why Asus's file is twice as big. Essentially however, they are the same drivers.
Ok that make sence it is 64bit for vista , win7 and win8 only

Edit: seems to be ok .
Edited by Edkiefer - 4/19/13 at 5:41pm
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Just wondering if that ME driver is applicable for us. Considering nobody can get any of the 9.x firmware versions to install on our platforms and Intel installs up-to 9.0.0.1287, it's possible the newer version doesn't work as expected..

It's not like the chipset versions where they do nothing anymore (ie: ignores instead of installing over).
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I would not worry about ME , as I don't think it is even used my most home users .
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hi does anybody have the newest bios 1707 for asus maximus v extreme inlude the newste ORom 12.6.0.1028. or are they already updated?
Edited by Freudenberger - 4/22/13 at 5:47am
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hi does anybody have the newest bios 1707 for asus maximus v extreme inlude the newste ORom 12.6.0.1028. or are they already updated?

http://www.overclock.net/t/1244232/asus-asrock-bioss-with-updated-raid-orom
post #1088 of 1288
has anyone ran into a problem on lk board with using the a1 or b1 channels for memory. everytime i put a stick in one of those channels my comp never loads up. the dramm led continuously lights up then it reboot and do it again
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Either board is faulty or the ram is.
Usually it's the board if it works in the other slots
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thanks thats what i figured haha lucky me
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