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    Quote Originally Posted by nightstrike View Post
    After years, this is still a fundamentally broken process. It doesn't appear to leak memory, but it does spin the CPU at 100%, blocking the main thread of AISuite3.exe, rendering that application pretty useless. How can we get this fixed? Who do we have to talk to? Calling in to support is a waste of time; it never works, and the people there aren't knowledgeable. What's the process to get working software from Asus?

    Probably only buying a new modern mobo.

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    An M8E isn't modern enough? And shouldn't it work with the version offered on the web page for that board?

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    I guess not for Asus I gave up on their support years ago

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    Right click on the a Command Prompt and click "Run as Administrator." type:
    sc stop atkexComSvc
    sc delete atkexComSvc

    That will stop the service, then delete it, preventing it from running. You'll have to reinstall the program if you want it to run again.

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