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    Nahimic Service full of problems

    I had problem with fullscreen mode on a game. It was always on window mode and whenever I was trying to change the resolution it was freezing. I did a clean boot on windows and after disabling and enabling the services, that Nahimic Sercvice was causing the problem. After a quick search on internet I found out lots of complaints about this Nahimic Service. I wonder now what to do to delete it. Any ideas?

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    I didn't delete anything. I just went into task manager under startup, right clicked the 2 nahimic services and disabled them. my problem solved.
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    Everything overclocked and love it.
    ROG Awesomeness !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1mluer View Post
    I didn't delete anything. I just went into task manager under startup, right clicked the 2 nahimic services and disabled them. my problem solved.
    I want to have Normal Startup and not Selective Startup. I had to uninstall Realtek drivers that were been prompted by Asus Armoury Crate.
    I searched the internet and found so many problems that NahimicService.exe causes. I wonder why Asus and Realtek still using this crap.
    I paid 600€ for a motherboard that is causing so many problems to me. First it was Armoury Crate that I couldn't install properly, then the RGB Aura, which causes conflicts when iQue of Corsair is enabled. Not to mention stupid applications like Fan Expert. All are useless stuff that causing problems. Not a single good application on this motherboard.

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    Not sure if this'll help, but in my case Nahimic Service was asking for permission on startup twice--which was annoying. Now whether or not this had to do with Armoury Crate failing to do much functionally at all, but that was my guess. To solve the problem (and remove junk that didn't work in the first place in any way) uninstalling Armoury Crate, and kissing it goodbye and good riddance solved the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi,

    Strictly follow the ROG SS3 tutorial/drivers here (FIRST INSTALL/CLEAN INSTALL, be careful not to forget what is in red) : https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...HD-Audio-(UAD).
    I tried It and downloaded the drivers that gave from MEGA. It didn't work. I had to uninstall Realtek drivers.
    Now my system runs fine without this NahimicService.exe file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akrovatis View Post
    I had problem with fullscreen mode on a game. It was always on window mode and whenever I was trying to change the resolution it was freezing. I did a clean boot on windows and after disabling and enabling the services, that Nahimic Sercvice was causing the problem. After a quick search on internet I found out lots of complaints about this Nahimic Service. I wonder now what to do to delete it. Any ideas?
    Yea, nahimic is practically malware. Thankfully it's completely useless, as it only affects the equally useless Sonic Studio and Radar, so you can simply disable the service and you're done.

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    This program is problematic, when the service is running or when I have it enabled upon start up; all I get is countless memory errors. Immediately when it's disabled these error disappear, but how do I remove this program from running ?

    I read that it's a virus, other say it's an audio related device driver.

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    I recently manually updated windows to the 2004 version and got some major performance issues. About 1 minute for Firefox, chrome etc to launch! I rolled back to earlier Windows and it was working fine again.


    Yesterday Windows updated automatically to 2004 and the problem was back.


    Googled and found that it could be caused by a driver from ASUS. I stopped the service called Nahimic Service and the computer was fine.


    I just wanted to point this out, that the cause of the problem is the Nahimic driver from Asus! I've no idea how it came into my system but I might have installed some of their crappy software some year ago. (I'm using a ASUS Z390-F motherboard - My next motherboard will probably not be an ASUS product)


    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by akrovatis View Post
    I want to have Normal Startup and not Selective Startup. I had to uninstall Realtek drivers that were been prompted by Asus Armoury Crate.
    I searched the internet and found so many problems that NahimicService.exe causes. I wonder why Asus and Realtek still using this crap.
    I paid 600€ for a motherboard that is causing so many problems to me. First it was Armoury Crate that I couldn't install properly, then the RGB Aura, which causes conflicts when iQue of Corsair is enabled. Not to mention stupid applications like Fan Expert. All are useless stuff that causing problems. Not a single good application on this motherboard.
    Haha, just read your post and I couldn't agree more! I tried some of their applications about a year ago and they were all just garbage with a horrible GUI skin! I think ASUS should continue with their hardware and stop working on software because that's where they are really annoying. I personally think the badly written software is hurting ASUS badly.

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