I have also tried the task scheduler changes; no luck. I downloaded all these AURA desktop backgrounds that I can only see when I am logged in with my admin account.
If I modify the user to an "admin" user, AURA works fine but that is not what I want at the end of the day.
I can see having some of the functionality in Armour restricted to "admins' only but why can't they have AURA run under any type of user/rights makes no sense!!!
Aura should be able to run under regular "non-elevated-rights" users!!! :confused: 😞 :mad:
I totally agree, it's really a shame that Asus hasn't been able to solve the problem after all this time.
The problem is though is that Armoury is required to update any of the hardware, which for one of my PCs is everything! Mobo, GPU, AIO - so really need it working. Also the ROG Ryujin II's display won't load up without Armoury running correctly, and I like to have CPU temps displaying on it.
I ran into someone the other day here with the framework service not responding. Unfortunately, since I haven't experienced this I don't know of a quick fix but the solution for him was to reinstall windows.
He did the free upgrade to windows 11. This will fix you, a couple hours and you'll be done.
Obviously it isn't just me, is it @Nate152,
I'll just quote what you said in my post here :
"After talking with the ASUS tech team.....
Armoury Crate does require administrative privileges to access hardware devices, they don't want just any user to be able to access your hardware.
Thank you for understanding."
So basically everyone, if we want this software to function in standard accounts "which is the safest way to use windows for a normal user and the recommended way" we are going to have to have more people moan about this to them, to get an expected function to work it really should be a given that standard accounts can open this software, I'd go as far to say Asus isn't supporting Microsoft Windows properly which it lists as being compatible with .. I mean Asus can't even argue this software is downloaded anymore and optional as they have integrated are installer in to the bios its self now days,
This software is so broken with standard accounts that you can't even right click it and say run as administrator... It just goes in to an install loop which you will see in my post in a video, you don't need to see the video though just try it yourself, it's still broken today