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post #761 of 1288
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You can use whichever. They are both from Intel, it's just that the one Asus has is made "easier" to update. You can essentially do the same by changing out the files and a few quick edits.
post #762 of 1288
thank you SimpleTech wink.gif

you think i have just use the name and extension of the asus ? in asus i have a data.bin i need just to rename the last one withe this name ? its enouth to make a good update ?

some people like "rexbinary" ^^ answear me all time no no use the firmware from asus its will make many harware probleme because its a hardware from asus and not a intel mother board... this why its make me since all this time afraid to update smile.gif (hope its 100% sure ^^ lol)

the firmware from asus : http://fr.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_1155/Maximus_V_GENE/#download
post #763 of 1288
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thank you SimpleTech wink.gif
you think i have just use the name and extension of the asus ? in asus i have a data.bin i need just to rename the last one withe this name ? its enouth to make a good update ?
some people like "rexbinary" ^^ answear me all time no no use the firmware from asus its will make many harware probleme because its a hardware from asus and not a intel mother board... this why its make me since all this time afraid to update smile.gif (hope its 100% sure ^^ lol)
the firmware from asus : http://fr.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_1155/Maximus_V_GENE/#download

Yup, I believe all you have to do is rename and replace the Data.BIN file.
post #764 of 1288
sorry if i disturb you again

in this link you can see a update drivers for JMicron JMB36xx 1.17.65.11... question : we have this thing of controler in our motherboard ???

the link you knwo ^^ : http://www.station-drivers.com/page/asus/asus_maximus_v_gene.htm

thank you a lot
post #765 of 1288
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That controller does't exist on your motherboard. Asus had it with their P67/Z68 boards and since replaced it with ASMedia.
post #766 of 1288
thank you (hope station drivers will remove this drivers from the drivers of this mother board)

SimpleTech maybe its usefull for you : we have a new ASUS AI Suite II 2.00.01 include the new fan control (in your link for the maximus v gene its a version 1.x ^^)

wich you the best ! wink.gif
post #767 of 1288
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Yeah I know I still need to update AI Suite for all the boards. Takes a wee bit of time and I'm lazy. laughingsmiley.gif
post #768 of 1288
Hello fellow Asus Z77 owners, I have a query that I hope you can help me out with.

When I switch my machine off I notice that my network is still being active - this is visible by the ethernet port indicator LED flashing on the rear IO and also on my router with an orange LED. On other computers attached to the router, when they are turned off their port indicator LED turns off completely, and I see nothing from the rear IO so this is something new to me. Because the router and PC are close to my bed its quite distracting to see a flashing orange LED from them!

At the moment I am just unplugging the network cable every night but I'm wondering if there is some other method for turning off the network when the PC is switched off, would it be something about waking on LAN in the BIOS or is it something to do with the Asus icontrol feature?

Thanks in advance for any help.
post #769 of 1288
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Originally Posted by martianaphid View Post

Hello fellow Asus Z77 owners, I have a query that I hope you can help me out with.
When I switch my machine off I notice that my network is still being active - this is visible by the ethernet port indicator LED flashing on the rear IO and also on my router with an orange LED. On other computers attached to the router, when they are turned off their port indicator LED turns off completely, and I see nothing from the rear IO so this is something new to me. Because the router and PC are close to my bed its quite distracting to see a flashing orange LED from them!
At the moment I am just unplugging the network cable every night but I'm wondering if there is some other method for turning off the network when the PC is switched off, would it be something about waking on LAN in the BIOS or is it something to do with the Asus icontrol feature?
Thanks in advance for any help.

This is default from most network cards as it allows you to turn on you PC remotely via WOL. There is no reason to disable it. You can however disable it in the BIOS under the APM settings or in Windows by going into the network card settings and going to the Power Management tab and selecting the box "Allow windows to turn off this device".
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Anyone know of a way to set up fan profiles without installing any of the AI suite junk? I know you can just install the Fan Xpert aspect of the software, but that still installs a bunch of useless processes.
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