Updated Drivers: -Asmedia_USB3_126.96.36.199 -Intel_Chipset_10.1.17969.8134 -Intel_LAN_23.5.2 -Intel_RST_Drivers_&_Software_Set_v188.8.131.527 (Install when SATA is set to RAID mode) -Intel_RSTe_184.108.40.2062 (Install when SATA is set to AHCI mode) -Realtek_HDAudio_8688
I believe it's because his account is old. Anyway, Win10 drivers are on the ASUS website so unless someone needs to download them in bulk they don't have to get them from this Mega link. If someone wants to download the file (>700MB) and scan it you can let me know if there are any bugs.
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They're more up to date than Asus' driver download page (which is needing a lot of TLC lately) and all were Windows 10 WHQL tested by Microsoft.
The drivers were also thoroughly tested by me and effortless (known to many on the XDA forums). You can just search for each of these drivers individually and get them from the actual OEM instead, but the driver pack was made to make the transition easier for everyone. Hopefully Asus' update of software (if it happens) will be much better than their Win 10 drivers' list which is very pathetic (some are old, some are listed as beta, and some components didn't even get drivers).
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