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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinThyme View Post
    This is a well known issue and the same file is tied to multiple ASUS software packages. Dont get it but have experienced it with more than one title, AI suite included.
    Personally I gave up after the last time of almost not being able to recover from it.
    Page fault in non-paged area, sound familiar? Search that along with the file you listed and watch google light up like wildfire with thousands of hits.
    If you leave it go it eventually gives you that error and corrupted ntoskrnl which really blows.
    Its a shame as some of the software is useful but nothing that causes BSOD repeatedly is worth leaving on a machine.
    Wow, I just wasted half a day on this or more. AS I was also having RAM issues but it turns out the Page faults on login were 100% AI Suite. (Formula IX board)
    Since removing the AI Suite and ASUS Intel XTU (used non asus one now) , not a single page fault.

    Unbelievable ASUS would ship something like this with a $500 (CAD) board.

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    i have the same problem, just built a new rig with a maximus ix hero & 7700k.. ended up reformatting the C drive 3 times before I realized it was the AI suite causing the BSOD's. At first I thought it was because i used the Auto OC function, but after another reformat & clearing CMOS, I installed AI and just used the fan xpert, still got BSOD at logins, id say 1 out of every 3 startups.
    Never using asus software again besides Aura. Pity because the Fanxpert is great, but not worth an unstable system. When buying a +$200 mobo ASUS should include software that actually works. They should also include more than 1 USB 2 header on the motherboard, but thats another issue lol
    Last edited by Badmotorf1nger; 02-09-2017 at 07:37 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badmotorf1nger View Post
    i have the same problem, just built a new rig with a maximus ix hero & 7700k.. ended up reformatting the C drive 3 times before I realized it was the AI suite causing the BSOD's. At first I thought it was because i used the Auto OC function, but after another reformat & clearing CMOS, I installed AI and just used the fan xpert, still got BSOD at logins, id say 1 out of every 3 startups.
    Never using asus software again besides Aura. Pity because the Fanxpert is great, but not worth an unstable system. When buying a +$200 mobo ASUS should include software that actually works. They should also include more than 1 USB 2 header on the motherboard, but thats another issue lol
    I fully agree about the software and USB header. About the USB header; maybe this is a solution:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/9Pin-USB-Hea...wAAOSwUsJYWSb7

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    Yep, I very quickly was concerned with AI suite after I looked at how many services run even when the software is not in use. I also then started getting occasional log in/startup issues. Uninstalling the software was also problematic as it leaves behind many services and traces of itself. Thoroughly unimpressed and tbh very surprised with such a reputable brand.

    However once all software fully removed the Maximus Formula is great. Only niggle would be the lack of multiple usb headers as mentioned above. So happy overall, but just wished I'd never touched the poor software - lesson learnt with ASUS: stick to drivers only.

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    I have had this similar blue screen error and read that you can go and actually delete that file with no issue.

    What I did was go into the C:\Windows\system32\drivers\and renamed the file to IOMAP64.sysOLD

    I haven't had any issues with blue screening. I'm not thinking that the file was recreated but it wasn't being used for what my machine needed.

    If suddenly there is issues with the AI suite you can always rename it back to the original.
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    Hmmm, I've been getting this BSOD (Page fault IOMAP64.sys) too specially when I open my PC from a cold boot. I also noticed AI Suite screws up fan profiles, what I always do was select my profile again. Anyway, I can still use the fan setting on bios without AI Suite right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmeatballs View Post
    Hmmm, I've been getting this BSOD (Page fault IOMAP64.sys) too specially when I open my PC from a cold boot. I also noticed AI Suite screws up fan profiles, what I always do was select my profile again. Anyway, I can still use the fan setting on bios without AI Suite right?
    Yes, you can. The only thing you cant get full control over via BIOS is the AURA lighting options. I think ASUS should allow full customisation of the lighting via BIOS and then we wouldnt need any of there software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingDazza View Post
    Yes, you can. The only thing you cant get full control over via BIOS is the AURA lighting options. I think ASUS should allow full customisation of the lighting via BIOS and then we wouldnt need any of there software.
    Well, I just went ahead and removed IOMAP64.sys from sys32 lol. It doesn't give me BSOD on cold boot now! What does IOMAP64.sys do anyway(im guessing it means input output map? LOL)?

    I wonder if asus is trying to fix this issue even. I may have to rerun my stress tests now, since I originally thought my ram was faulty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmeatballs View Post
    Hmmm, I've been getting this BSOD (Page fault IOMAP64.sys) too specially when I open my PC from a cold boot. I also noticed AI Suite screws up fan profiles, what I always do was select my profile again. Anyway, I can still use the fan setting on bios without AI Suite right?
    You can actually choose what to install with the AI suite and install only the fan expert.

    AI SUITE lessons
    1) Never use the 5 point optimization, you dont get much of an OC and 100% of the time it sets Vcore too high as in WAY TOO HIGH!! There is a 50% chance that it will lock slap up on you when it reboots causing a PITA to recover. First time I tried it my BCLCK was some absurd number like 999 and took half an hour just to get into the BIOS with safe boot.
    2) If you manage to get it running without the BSODs, yes for some hardware it doesn't cause this, never use the OC tools period. I had it running on my M8E for a month and the auto method failed 100% of the time and I was doing OK with the manual settings and had saved profiles etc thinking, cool, this actually works. Then one day I was running a mid level OC, nothing drastic and simply loaded the profile I had saved for default values and the machine locked slam up and wouldn't post after with a code 10. M8E has alternate BIOS so switched to that to recover. Never again. Used the Fan expert but found it unreliable. Profiles often just disappeared.
    3) if you do install and have problems it doesn't just uninstall, it leaves orphans all over the place. First uninstall the usual way, then find the install folder that is still there when it should not be and delete it, then use Ccleaner to clean up the orphaned registry entries.

    Great Idea, just doesn't work and when it fails it cause massive issues. Seems to me that the problem with it is when it tries to interface with the BIOS from the OS and screws the pooch on that one.

    Yeah xtu has also proven to be problematic regardless of the source. My advice? Stick to the old fashioned and proven method of making tweaks in the BIOS and skip any app that professes to do this while running the OS, seems this has not been perfected by anyone and contrary to the belief of some there is no such thing as a crash free BIOS. Ill buy into Crash resistant or enhanced but after having a $500+ board do a hard brick with two BIOS roms over BIOS 3007 not a month ago I call BS on crash free!
    Last edited by JustinThyme; 02-13-2017 at 03:58 PM.

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    Yea, all overclocking is done on bios. I never trusted those software based oc tools. I'm about ccleaner though, can I choose which to delete? It might delete other things I need.

    I wonder if Asus is working on this issue though, it looks like it has been affecting people for a long time already.

    Update:

    Removing IOMap64.sys disables my GPU fan. Raja mentioned in another forum that IOMap64.sys handles GPU oc/Fan so, you might want to check your GPU out if you remove IOMap64.sys
    Last edited by madmeatballs; 02-14-2017 at 04:44 PM.

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