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Subject: AI Suite II installation... ASUS Support blows
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Trevor_G Jun 09, 2011 09:29 PM Reply | Bookmark
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A bit of a rant first... I've tried to register my ASUS products several times over the course of the past 6 weeks, the first few times to register my O!Play Air and now a few times to register my mobo, and I'd say that of my 10 or so attempts I've only once had success.

That kind of worries me... if a tech company can't keep their support/registration site up and running, what are the chances for their products I own?

Back onto topic... anyone have success installing the AI Suite II software? Mine won't install. And since I can't register my mobo, I can't get tech help from them.

Topic URL: http://forums.ncix.com/forums/topic.php?id=2368513

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Doug_the_Slug Jun 09, 2011 09:36 PM Reply | Bookmark
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asus site has always sucked balls. there was a time when you'd be lucky if the site even loaded. I think they eventually figured that one out...

asus products are fine. their site, that's another story.

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hung_h Jun 09, 2011 09:39 PM Reply | Bookmark
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I have ai suite II on my asus z68 pro installed.

you just pop in the cd and choose to install it

what kind of error are you getting?

also, you can go on their forums, its not official support but people go on it and even have asus reps on it too.

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Master__Shake Jun 09, 2011 09:42 PM Reply | Bookmark
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why the F*#m are you even bothering with AI Suite what a waste of hdd space. take that cd and whip it in the trash!

i only register stuff with asus when it fails, it works just the same.

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hung_h Jun 09, 2011 09:43 PM Reply | Bookmark
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its okay for monitoring stuff. I haven't tried any OC or anything like that with it. It has options to do it though.

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Master__Shake Jun 09, 2011 09:45 PM Reply | Bookmark
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hwmonitor, and speed fan can monitor and if your on an intel chip coretemp, and the bios or uefi has tons of options for oc'in too.

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hung_h Jun 09, 2011 09:49 PM Reply | Bookmark
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its weird though, you guys say be cautious about increasign voltages and the like too high or it will mess up your chip. I see a buttload of sliders and I have this feeling if i slide them all to max it'll break my computer.

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Master__Shake Jun 09, 2011 09:50 PM Reply | Bookmark
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usually if you don't know what they are you leavem or google there purpose

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hung_h Jun 09, 2011 09:54 PM Reply | Bookmark
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yup i haven't touched anything.

As for AI suite II, I had to uninstall Asus mobilink, I don't know what it does but every time I log onto another account, it will pop up some error message. I googled that up and a few results said it might be caused by a virus. I checked for viruses and none came up. So i googled some more and found mobilink was an asus program. Uninstalled that and the messeges disappeared.

Sorta annoying to have such a buggy program. I didn't even do anything other than install the suite.

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Trevor_G Jun 10, 2011 05:43 AM Reply | Bookmark
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No real error message, but it simply won't load. I know that the EFI BIOS has all the tools I need, but there were some features in the AI Suite II package I wanted to check out.

In any case, here's what happens:
1. I pop in CD and it autoplays just fine
2. I click on Utilities and then the AllInst button
3. I select  AI Suite II only (not bothering with Reader 9 and the Virtu stuff for now)
4. A pop-up then says that there will be 1 reboot needed for the installation process to be completed, so I click OK
5. Program installs fine and the computer reboots
6. Get back to the desktop (in 20 seconds.... I love SSDs), the install software does some more work, then it says another reboot is required.... I click OK again
7. Upon reboot, the AI Suite II software is nowhere to be found

Hmmmmm... maybe I should just forget about it.

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Nicholas_W Jun 10, 2011 06:02 AM Reply | Bookmark
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Don't even bother with AI Suite in my opinion. I used to try and use it but it would ALWAYS bluescreen and then give me the most unstable and horrible overclock ever.

Also yes, Asus has horrible horrible support. I have a P67 Deluxe which i believe comes with "better" support since it's a premium board(don't quote me i never looked into it). However it took me a minimum of 8 calls repeatedly getting disconnected to get ahold of someone and then some retarded woman took my number and said they would call me back. No call.

I mainly just kept calling and calling and calling. Finally got a tech. Funny though since their number isn't 1-800 i get long distance charges too. Awesome. Also posts on their forum go unanswered. I know smaller companies like g-skill and zotac.. their people are all over the forums ready to help.

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Gav777 Jun 10, 2011 07:25 AM Reply | Bookmark
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I couldn't see where you mentioned which motherboard you have, but my suggestion would be to flash to the latest bios... if it's an 1155 board there is also a patch to fix the won't install problem.

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Todd™ Jun 10, 2011 07:57 AM Reply | Bookmark
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The latest version of ASUS Suite from their website works fine on my P8Z68-V Pro.

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cfiddy Jun 11, 2011 12:26 PM Reply | Bookmark
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I have the same problem ?? i updated the bios to the latest 0501 i tried the cd nothing installs for the AI Suite II ?? i try to put the ssd hard drive to a different sata connector still nothing ,i tried the other versions on asus site V1.01.24 didn't work and V1.01.28 didn't work either?? do you guys think too much ram could do this?? i have 16gigs or corsair Vengeance 8GB 2X4GB DDR3-1866 x2 kits i have the 2600k cpu ocz vertex2 120gig ssd drive and win7 business 64 bit os with all the updates! any ideas??

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hung_h Jun 11, 2011 11:02 PM Reply | Bookmark
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you aren't missing much with the AI suite. Its more of a gimmicky type program.

anyways, have you guys tried just downloading the program from asus???

I got mine to work on my z68 pro with no problems. maybe your disc is just crapped out.

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