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  1. Ztruker's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro X64 20H4 19042.746
       #21

    It's not AsdIO.sys , it's AsIO.sys and is located in C:\Windows\SysWow64\drivers\AsIO.sys.

    Try running services.msc from a Run box. See if it shows there. If yes, stop and disable it.
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  2. Posts : 481
    WIn 10 pro 64bit
    Thread Starter
       #22

    Attachment 101296
    Ok I found the file in C:\Windows\SysWOW64\drivers
    but I do not see it running in services.msc
    I only see two ASUS services running
    ASUS Com Service
    and
    ASUS System Control Service
    I should disable one of these? Both??

    Thanks
    Sam

    also see nothing installed by ASUS in programs menu to uninstall.....
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  3. Posts : 481
    WIn 10 pro 64bit
    Thread Starter
       #23

    I tried to delete AsIO.sys and it says its in use, but I do not see it listed in either services.msc or task manager services. I tried stopping both ASUS services and retried to delete it, but it says its still in use....
    Attachment 101338
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  4. Posts : 481
    WIn 10 pro 64bit
    Thread Starter
       #24

    Can anyone tell me how to disable/delete AsIo.sys when I cannot see it anywhere in services.msc and deleting it form folder doesn't work (says it's in use by another program) and I have no ASUS programs installed....

    Here's the latest crash report....
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  5. axe0's Avatar
    Posts : 14,784
    Windows 10 Pro
       #25

    Hi samhfoley,

    Please boot in safe mode and create a restore point, then go to the location of the asio.sys in Windows Explorer and move the file to another partition.


    Please run CPU-Z | Softwares | CPUID, open it and make screenshots of the following tabs
    • CPU
    • Mainboard
    • Memory
    • SPD*
    • Graphics

    *SPD shows the details of each stick, you can show the details by choosing different slots in the left upper corner.
    Please make screenshots of each stick.

    Please post each screenshot in your next reply/replies.
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  6. Posts : 481
    WIn 10 pro 64bit
    Thread Starter
       #26

    axe0 said:
    Hi samhfoley,

    Please boot in safe mode and create a restore point, then go to the location of the asio.sys in Windows Explorer and move the file to another partition.


    Please run CPU-Z | Softwares | CPUID, open it and make screenshots of the following tabs
    • CPU
    • Mainboard
    • Memory
    • SPD*
    • Graphics

    *SPD shows the details of each stick, you can show the details by choosing different slots in the left upper corner.
    Please make screenshots of each stick.

    Please post each screenshot in your next reply/replies.
    I moved the asio.sys file to my RAID storage drive, turned it off and rebooted normally. Here are the requested scans from CPUID.


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  7. axe0's Avatar
    Posts : 14,784
    Windows 10 Pro
       #27

    Your memory is running higher than your CPU supports, your motherboard also sees it as overclocking.

    What are the memory frequency, timing and voltage according to the BIOS?
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  8. Posts : 481
    WIn 10 pro 64bit
    Thread Starter
       #28

    axe0 said:
    Your memory is running higher than your CPU supports, your motherboard also sees it as overclocking.

    What are the memory frequency, timing and voltage according to the BIOS?
    X.M.P. profile #2
    DDR-3000 15-17-17-36-1.35V

    I removed X.M.P from BIOS and just went back to manual setting
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  9. Ztruker's Avatar
    Posts : 13,502
    Windows 10 Pro X64 20H4 19042.746
       #29

    @axe0, what did you look at to determine this:

    Your memory is running higher than your CPU supports, your motherboard also sees it as overclocking
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  10. axe0's Avatar
    Posts : 14,784
    Windows 10 Pro
       #30

    At first in the dump, it shows 3000. 3000 is a frequency I've never seen being supported as no overclock. Checking the motherboard specs shows that 3000+ is supported when overclocking, or at least the motherboard sees it as overclocking. The CPU specs show
    Code:
    Memory Types DDR4-1866/2133, DDR3L-1333/1600 @ 1.35V
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