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post #2281 of 3000
don't even buy a physical media drive, I don't even use mine anymore.

To install an os, mount the win 7 .iso file to a stick (microsoft has a tool for this) and install.
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The Asus god hates me. Every time i restart my pc i get this asio.sys error and asus ai suit 2 closes. I uninstall and delete asus ai suite 2 and reinstall and everything is fine but only for awhile. Could this be a comodo firewall problem? I usually use online armor firewall.
post #2283 of 3000
I'm not sure but I've decided to just not install AI suite next time I format, it takes up way too many processes, throws of readings of other monitoring programs like HWMonitor, and it just offers so little that I can't get elsewhere from a program that I already use anyway and like better.
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post #2284 of 3000
I only use the fan profiler, its actually pretty good.
post #2285 of 3000
does comodo use execution blocking? if so, you might need to add all the execuables to the exception list.

Next time you get the error, disable comodo and try to restart the suite

The Asus God btw, is short for PegAsus the flying horse from greek mythology. Just a little something for the trivia nuts..lol
Edited by The Mac - 8/12/11 at 7:29am
post #2286 of 3000
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does comodo use execution blocking? if so, you might need to add all the execuables to the exception list.

Next time you get the error, disable comodo and try to restart the suite

The Asus God btw, is short for PegAsus the flying horse from greek mythology. Just a little something for the trivia nuts..lol
yeah, no ****. youre right about pegASUS. good stuff, thanks The Mac.
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The company explains the name ASUS as originating from Pegasus, the winged horse of Greek mythology.[7][8] The new organization used only the last four letters of the word in order to give the resulting name a high position in alphabetical listings.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asus
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I'm not sure but I've decided to just not install AI suite next time I format, it takes up way too many processes, throws of readings of other monitoring programs like HWMonitor, and it just offers so little that I can't get elsewhere from a program that I already use anyway and like better.
I've never used it. Heard too many negative comments about it.
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post #2288 of 3000
its deff a resource hog and conflicts unless you only use aida64. personally, i prefer to use bios. Software tweaking tends to cause OS problems if it corrupts.
post #2289 of 3000
Yea I'd never OC through it but I kept it around to try and give it a shot, but after removing the things I'd never want to use, I'm only left with temp monitor, core speed monitor and fan control. Then I realized that I prefer and already have installed HWMonitor and CPU-Z and don't need fan control because I bought fans that run at the speed I want. I will install speedfan though and see if I can find a happy middle ground for these AP181s between their low and high setting.

About the glichtiness of it, I'd thought that was mostly in previous versions of it on older boards. I didn't really have a problem with it functioning, except for the monitoring conflicts, but I just realized I don't have a use for it and it is a resource pig for what little it does.
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Updating to the new marvell controller driver right now.
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