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Warcrimes January 31, 2012 10:55 PM

F- Stream Tuning Z68 mobo
 
I dont know if anyone has had this issue with the Fatal1ty Z68 Professional Gen3 software.
For some odd reason the tuning software stopped working. it says it failed to load the driver. i tried reinstalling. i contacted their tech support. but its my first AsRock product and have no idea what their tech support is like. does anyone have this issue or have fixed this. any input would be great thanks.

rommelrommel February 3, 2012 09:09 PM

Dunno but after my asus windows tuning experience I won't bother with any of that stuff again, BIOS only for me.

Warcrimes February 4, 2012 07:45 AM

its not a priority to have just wondered if anyone had any ideas. but if ur expereince was that bad i guess i wont bother either lol Thanks for the info

rommelrommel February 5, 2012 09:35 AM

I could NOT get anything stable with AI suite II installed and had al kinds of weird problems. Dumped AI suite and used BIOS and got everything ironed out immediately. I know ASROCK is only a Asus spinoff but I suspect that they probably use a lot of asus ways of doing things still.

Adzsask February 5, 2012 10:50 AM

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Originally Posted by rommelrommel (Post 598571)
I could NOT get anything stable with AI suite II installed and had al kinds of weird problems. Dumped AI suite and used BIOS and got everything ironed out immediately. I know ASROCK is only a Asus spinoff but I suspect that they probably use a lot of asus ways of doing things still.

I tried the easy tune software on my ancient ASUS ROG commando and it locked my machine up and had to uninstal in safe mode lol, and with my current UD7 and the easy tune software didn't even see some of the temp sensors/components in the mobo so I never even tried it out.


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