Code_Frenzy wrote:And we still wondering why as we still wondering why there are to setup exe... 😛
It wouldn't surprise me if you need to 'Unblock' the installer first.
Right click and select properties. In the general tab see if there is a button in the lower right hand corner of the window that says 'Unblock'.
Click it then try installing again. This is a known issue with loads of Asus installers.
I checked and unblocked every executable I could find. (that doesn't help)
Okay, I feel stupid and angry at the same time... I unblocked the whole .zip file before extracting it and it did the trick.
I've spent over 4 hours jumping in hoops just trying to install various drivers/software for a so called "Premium product". I would think software developers of high-end products would AT LEAST mange to display appropriate error messages so people could debug those ****ty installers without poking in the dark for hours...
Thank you Code_Frenzy!
Try this Tom's Guide method if you haven't already: http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-1782754/asus-suite-iii-setup-start.html#11439725
Yea i tried it .. no luck . Thanks for replying ..I was hoping something new was out ...I am really at a loss now . Asus tech told me to reformat and then install and i did
but that did work either .
On a fresh windows install this should be no problem.
First make sure you have downloaded the latest AI Suite 3 from your motherboard support page. Only use the one from your motherboard. For you that would be 3.00.13.
Unzip the file. Open the file and double click "Asus Setup" (not the other Setup). That should be it. No need to find and execute from the any other files.