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    Media Card reader issue any solution?

    Ok The Nvidia drive fix worked.. But still having the Startup UEIF Screen Issue.
    And the Card Reader is not working either...
    Any solution for the card reader ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rishme View Post
    Ok The Nvidia drive fix worked.. But still having the Startup UEIF Screen Issue.
    And the Card Reader is not working either...
    Any solution for the card reader ?
    Are you using the card reader driver from ASUS? It should work.

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    prob with card reader

    Quote Originally Posted by vfuyong View Post
    Are you using the card reader driver from ASUS? It should work.
    Yes i am and still doesnt work...

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    Whats the fix for both update issue?
    1. Nvidia
    2. Windows 10 creator

    Its kinda annoying that we have these now aside from the heating and discharge issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nytwolf45 View Post
    Whats the fix for both update issue?
    1. Nvidia
    2. Windows 10 creator

    Its kinda annoying that we have these now aside from the heating and discharge issue.
    1) Use version 378.92 (not anything newer)
    2) When upgrade reboots and you see the ROG logo, power machine off immediately by pressing power button, then power it on after a few seconds. Do this again for the second reboot. The upgrade will be successful but you reboot in future will fail, you will have to reboot (CTRL+ALT+DEL) again upon the failure in order to enter Windows. I guess this is a firmware issue with ASUS, it should get fixed.

    Discharging has some workaround on tweaking voltage, I am still exploring how to do it.
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ing-Throttling
    Last edited by vfuyong; 04-12-2017 at 09:01 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vfuyong View Post
    1) Use version 378.92 (not anything newer)
    2) When upgrade reboots and you see the ROG logo, power machine off immediately by pressing power button, then power it on after a few seconds. Do this again for the second reboot. The upgrade will be successful but you cannot do reboot any more, you will have to power off and power on to achieve the same thing. I guess this is a firmware issue with ASUS, it should get fixed.

    Discharging has some workaround on tweaking voltage, I am still exploring how to do it.
    Even if you do a fresh install of CU from ISO or thumb drive you cannot reboot normally anymore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinchonet View Post
    Even if you do a fresh install of CU from ISO or thumb drive you cannot reboot normally anymore?
    I personally did not do a fresh install because I do not want to use additional Windows 10 license. I think Rishme in this thread did a fresh install, as he/she did not express a similar issue I would assume a fresh install does not affect reboot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vfuyong View Post
    1) Use version 378.92 (not anything newer)
    2) When upgrade reboots and you see the ROG logo, power machine off immediately by pressing power button, then power it on after a few seconds. Do this again for the second reboot. The upgrade will be successful but you cannot do reboot any more, you will have to power off and power on to achieve the same thing. I guess this is a firmware issue with ASUS, it should get fixed.

    Discharging has some workaround on tweaking voltage, I am still exploring how to do it.
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ing-Throttling
    Thanks vfuyong. I'll try the windows update later. I remember installing the updates a few times
    First time, it just rebooted and start windows normally like no update
    Second time, I reached blue screen with options. Something about continue to boot windows, wifi update, usb update and such. Chosen to continue reboot.
    Third, I got stuck with the Asus ROG logo, waited about 30mins before giving up and power off and on. Windows rebooted like normal but no update.
    Fourth, I reached red screen with update bar. It reached 28% before giving up on itself and rebooting.

    Will try your method next.

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    Same problem with Creators update and GL502VS.
    It looks suspicious together with nvidia driver issue.

    Some one found a way to simply postpone the update?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fenriv View Post
    Same problem with Creators update and GL502VS.
    It looks suspicious together with nvidia driver issue.

    Some one found a way to simply postpone the update?
    Just to clarify. The nvidia driver has nothing to do with this problem. I believe Nvidia decided not to support this model in the latest release. Use an older version will work.

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