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  1. Yeah just had a revealing discussion on extreme systems forum with an Asus support. They openly acknowledge the conflict and go as far as saying when they use Aida64 and Ai Suite they set the software up so as not to cause polling conflicts. The honesty is great - but in an enthusiast market you kinda of expect that all the tools have been catered for.
  2. Cheers for the swift response. The irony kills me though. Have you seen how much JJ (asus cheif technical marketing guru) pushes your software? Its all over the Newegg demos, features highly on the Anand Asus Z77 Q&A and even featured in a UK specific you tube demos from Asus employees. I know that the majority of people who buy Asus products won't have Aida64 - but you'd think that they'd have come up with a solution by now. Especially when they push Aida64 so hard themselves! Oh well simple solution then - get rid of Probe 2. But it also seems to trip the boards Anti surge protection
  3. I am picking through the bones of a problem on a P8Z77-V board I have. I am getting strange pop up warning from Asus Probe 2 software of AI Suite with a corsair AX850 and i5-2500K. The system is oc'd and Prime stable at 4.6Mhz running latest 0906 bios (Issue also occurs when standard). The PSU is about a month old and worked flawlessly in a p67 system. I haven't disable Asus probe 2 yet but i am close. It throws up all kinds of anomalies like a vcores of 0.054v (which would crash the system). It also has slightly different readings for the 5v and 12v rail in comparison to Aidia64. I can see
  4. Thanks finally got round to trying out the beta (with stability mod) and it appears to have worked. Many thanks.
  5. Cheers for the fast response but one quick query? I'll certainly give what you suggest a shot - at least now I can see the issue is containable. Could all this be related to the Raid array errors? I have a single SSD o/s drive, storage Raid array of 2 HHD and a single backup HDD. Seems strange as the error also occured when using the headphones (to rule out speakers) and using a CD playback. The page file is on the o/s ssd so in that scenario the HHDs in Raid would not have been used? The MP3s do sit on the raid array. Similarly it happens in a game that also sits completely on the SSD.
  6. When I have aida64 open I get odd stutters and sound corruptions. If I close aida64 and re-run the sound track its clean - no corruptions. This occurs in games to and over headphones as well as speakers. With MP3s and CDs. I had the issue start of last week and finally reinstalled o/s to get rid of it. The issue came back today as I renewed my aida64 subs (as 1.20 crashes Sandybridge..) and installed 1.60. When i noticed the issue had returned I knew I'd done two changes to the system today - update to SP1 and AIDA64. It just so happens I installed AIDA64 innocently and immediately noticed
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