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    ROG Enthusiast Array 28BeersLater PC Specs
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    Just to conform that the Dock and Mouse shouldn't be connected at the same time?

    In earlier versions it asked you to plug in the mouse for firmware updates!

    It doesn't make sense to have to unplug the dock to plug in the mouse (I regularly have to plug in due to a flat battery, as Syberon mentioned, it drains overnight, even with the PC off if I don't physically turn the mouse off. it never did that when it was on a very early firmware update (I was one that pre ordered).

    Is the battery issue ever going to be fixed? I too am now having wireless issues, as per my other thread. I have tried resetting and changing profiles, still no joy.
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    ROG Member Array Lunatic24_7 PC Specs
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    MotherboardASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI EXTREME
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    Memory (part number)T-FORCE NIGHTHAWK RGB 32GB
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    Asus Spartha Software

    Quote Originally Posted by 28BeersLater View Post
    Just to conform that the Dock and Mouse shouldn't be connected at the same time?

    In earlier versions it asked you to plug in the mouse for firmware updates!

    It doesn't make sense to have to unplug the dock to plug in the mouse (I regularly have to plug in due to a flat battery, as Syberon mentioned, it drains overnight, even with the PC off if I don't physically turn the mouse off. it never did that when it was on a very early firmware update (I was one that pre ordered).

    Is the battery issue ever going to be fixed? I too am now having wireless issues, as per my other thread. I have tried resetting and changing profiles, still no joy.
    Having built a new system last week with multiple ROG hardware parts (Maximus XI extreme, Ryujin 360, Thor 850W, Spatha, Aura Terminal, Centurion) I've found over the last few days that Asus' software is probably the worst I have ever used.

    Most of the hardware worked up until a week later, then I ended up having to reinstall the OS just to try and get Aura Sync to work again.
    Having re-installed the OS, it just made things worse as now Aura sync doesn't recognise three of the five original items it did before.
    added to the fact that I also can no longer use the spatha mouse wirelessly...its a constant battle keeping the ROG hardware working.

    I don't understand why Asus cannot release software that:

    1. Incorporates all their hardware
    2. Works with all their hardware
    3. Works...period!

    The fact that you have to uncouple the Spatha mouse from Aura Sync, before you can open up Asus Armoury is a testiment to how badly the software is designed and how incompatible the software suite is with each other.

    I've never had an issue with Asus' hardware...its only when you have to use their software that you realise how far behind companies such as Logitech Asus really are!
    Last edited by Lunatic24_7; 03-24-2019 at 01:35 AM.

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