05-26-2022 01:51 AM
06-07-2022 08:03 PM
06-08-2022 09:25 AM
Reinstalling windows should fix all problems.
What I would do is reinstall windows, update all drivers and windows then install Armoury Crate last.
I never had any issues doing it this way.
Here is a list of things that can cause the .NET Runtime error.
06-08-2022 12:54 PM
Windows was installed 1 month ago, everything was updated and armoury crate was installed last.
I can keep reinstalling windows 10 more times and i will still have same issue, it doesn't fix it.
Had the issue with stuttering too and didnt even know it was caused by a fail bios 420x version for X570 e-gaming board untill i yday installed new one and during download i actually found out that they fixed the stutter for which i couldnt find the culprit at all...
I want everyone to open their event viewer and look if the find the errors mentioned above and pretty sure im not the only one with the issue.
Everything works fine its just why does it list those errors then, there has to be a bug within audio coding of armoury crate.
06-08-2022 05:54 PM
Bro, trust me, none of the Assus ROG staff is gonna help you here, not even when you make an ticket.. Why? They simply don't care..
These problems date back since they released Aura software and its buggy ever since.
Its not only Aura software tho, its the Assus ROG hardware that is at fault here too. The problems you have among many others is related to the EC sensor which i explain in my video.
I contacted Mumak from HWINFO64, Aida64 engineer on their forum, The Stilt on Overclock.net and Elmor, former R&D engineer and they all saw that the sensor is broken and not reliable as it has access to the wrong registers and i have proof of that.
Do yourself an favor and never buy Assus motherboard again because they continue to use this erratic sensor even on their top tier Intel and AMD motherboards..
Hell, half of the settings of the Assus ROG boards don't even do anything or no one knows what they do lmao.
You want stable working board without this insanity? Get Gigabyte man.
06-09-2022 05:13 AM
Back to your usual antics eh? If I had your board, Im pretty confident I could get it working.
06-09-2022 06:09 AM
06-09-2022 09:10 AM
06-09-2022 12:28 PM
Can you guys go back to my issue and not steal over thread 😄 ?
06-10-2022 10:31 AM
Coldy, apologies to you. The error you are experiencing is one I havenÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢t seen. Certain AC features are specific to hardware and I donÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢t think my installation uses any audio features. If I were going to troubleshoot that issue, I would start by reinstalling any audio drivers and checking that you have the current audio software and drivers from the support page for your hardware. You might also check with windows device manager that all devices are recognized and working so no devices are marked with a yellow exclamation point or red x.
if all of that looks good, then use the uninstall tool for AC and uninstall it, follow that by forcing windows to run a maintenance cycle, and then try installing AC after maintenance tasks. The other thought I have is using the windows troubleshooter for windows updates and windows store apps, rebooting and checking for updates, windows updates and store updates. Sometimes updates will install drivers that are needed.
lastly, have you read MasterCÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s instructions for submitting a log to them? If the problem is with AC and not some other windows issue then submitting a log per his thread is the best path forward. They fixed a keyboard issue for me in a matter of days after receiving my log.
03-14-2023 09:30 AM
It def doesnt use any motherboard audio drivers or chips, sorry for stating this this late but im using ROG Theta 7.1 headphones which use usb-c connection and are controlled directly from armoury crate.
Reinstalling doesnt fix any isue and it keeps reapearing.
Everything works just i wanna get rid of the error in event viewer, which seems i wont get rid of.