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    Fail

    Hey guys, hello from Brasil.

    I have this new problem when Windows 10 starts to run and AI is starting up:

    1Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
    Debug Assertion Failed! 110
    Program: ...ASUS\AI Suite
    lll\DIP4\DlPAwayMode\DIPDLL\UsbPowerManagerdll
    File cAprogram files (x136) microsoft visual studio
    12.0\ vdinclude\ vector
    Line 1201
    Expression: vector subscript out of range
    For information on how your program can cause an assertion
    failure, seethe Visual C++ documentation on asserts.
    (Press Retry to debug the application)
    I ,404! I „000 1 Abort

    I tried uninstall and reinstall both AI and C++ but the problem persists. I don't know the problem. Anyone have some advice?

    Thank you very much.

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    I just saw others have this problem. Sorry my English is bad. I do not see anyone having solution for this. Is that true?

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    This issue seems to occur if you have disabled some of the USB ports (either explicitly in BIOS or by installing something into PCIEx4 slot).

    As a workaround I had to disable ASUS DIPAwayMode in the Task Scheduler:


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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyCoder View Post
    This issue seems to occur if you have disabled some of the USB ports (either explicitly in BIOS or by installing something into PCIEx4 slot).

    As a workaround I had to disable ASUS DIPAwayMode in the Task Scheduler:

    had no problem until the latest update. Did they ever come up with a fix?

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