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post #2591 of 3000
Hi There,

It could be the "beta" aspect ... I upgraded to 2103 from a USB drive formatted to NTFS -- no issue. As previous writer suggested raid maybe ? or it could be the Beta.
post #2592 of 3000
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Are you talking about the Intel RAID OROM?

It tells me that it's not a valid ROM file, and whenever I try to dump it, it's says it couldn't write the file. I'm using the EZ Flash utility. I'll try with my cell phone now.
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post #2593 of 3000
POSTed PC first time ever yesterday using the Asus P67 PRO Rev 3.1

Up and running and optimizing.

I also can't find ACPI 2.0 option in BIOS.

EDIT: Figured out how to update bios
Edited by jamor - 12/22/11 at 10:59am
post #2594 of 3000
The driver guide is awesome.

But I'm a little confused about the P67 PRO 3.1 Bluetooth Atheros Drivers.

The page is in french and there are several downloads.. which ones should I download?

http://www.station-drivers.com/page/atheros.htm
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The driver guide is awesome.

But I'm a little confused about the P67 PRO 3.1 Bluetooth Atheros Drivers.

The page is in french and there are several downloads.. which ones should I download?

http://www.station-drivers.com/page/atheros.htm

Your board uses the Atheros AR3011. The new X79 boards use AR3012.
post #2596 of 3000
Great thanks.

After initial driver installs, do you guys still come here for manual updates or do you use Device Manager to update through Windows?
post #2597 of 3000
looks like the only real differences between the pro and deluxe is number of usb, an extra lan, the power and reset buttons, and most importantly the power phases.
lookin to buy a new rig next week and stuck on these 2 boards. was lookin at the sabertooth but i think id prefer even the pro over it.
you guys have good reasons to take the deluxe over the pro ? ive read bad reviews on the deluxe but didnt really search for the pro. thought i'd ask for some help and advise here.
may as well ask about ram ideas while im at it. 2x4g. best in these boards with the least problems ?
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post #2598 of 3000
No good reason IMO.

I was looking at both and did the research.

I decided on the Asus PRO for $159 ($139 After MIR) on newegg. I couldn't justify spending any more on dual lan (useless for most users) and the PRO already has 12 phases which is more (more!) than plenty to OC properly.

P67 already has plenty of USBs.. I guess it would be helpful if you are getting the Z68 version though.
post #2599 of 3000
What do you do with Multiple Setup.EXEs?

AISuite Driver, USB 3.0 ASmedia Driver, and Bluetooth AR3011 Driver:

1) Asus Setup.exe

2) Setup.exe


I see nothing about Asus Setup in the README
Edited by jamor - 12/23/11 at 11:16am
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What do you do with Multiple Setup.EXEs?

AISuite Driver, USB 3.0 ASmedia Driver, and Bluetooth AR3011 Driver:

1) Asus Setup.exe

2) Setup.exe


I see nothing about Asus Setup in the README

Run setup.exe
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