Windows 10: ATK Package install with windows 10 - where are the files?

  1.    29 Jul 2015 #1

    ATK Package install with windows 10 - where are the files?


    Hello.
    I have upgrated my ASUS ROG G55W laptop to WIndows 10, and ATK Package ver 1.0.0017 is installed by default. After checking some of the new stuff, I found a "ASUS Welcome" app. In this app some updates are poposed, and I found a newer ATK Package there. I downloaded it (ver 1.0.0038). Well, it did give a solution to 1 problem, but it just gave another problem, so I want to go back to the version that is installed by the windows-upgrade.
    But where do I find this ATK Package ver 1.0.0017? I can't find it on ASUS' webpage, and I can't find it with google .

    Anybody knows how to get this version back?
    I had to uninstall it, before I could install the newer version, so System Restore tells me, that this program has to be reinstalled if I just use SystemRestore to go back to before I installed the new version.
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  2.    30 Jul 2015 #2

    Burgurne said: View Post
    Hello.
    I have upgrated my ASUS ROG G55W laptop to WIndows 10, and ATK Package ver 1.0.0017 is installed by default. After checking some of the new stuff, I found a "ASUS Welcome" app. In this app some updates are poposed, and I found a newer ATK Package there. I downloaded it (ver 1.0.0038). Well, it did give a solution to 1 problem, but it just gave another problem, so I want to go back to the version that is installed by the windows-upgrade.
    But where do I find this ATK Package ver 1.0.0017? I can't find it on ASUS' webpage, and I can't find it with google .

    Anybody knows how to get this version back?
    I had to uninstall it, before I could install the newer version, so System Restore tells me, that this program has to be reinstalled if I just use SystemRestore to go back to before I installed the new version.
    Here's the link to asus download page for atk package drivers for win 7 x64. The one you're looking for is listed. Question, how did the install of windows 10 go? I have the ROG G74 but hesitant to install due to possible driver issues. May wait it out for a while.

    oops forget the link..
    http://support.asus.com/download.asp...0&hashedid=n/a
    Last edited by Climo; 30 Jul 2015 at 02:18. Reason: forgot link
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  3.    19 Jan 2016 #3

    atk


    Installed windows 10 upgrade on win 7 machine. ROG G74sx. I have had various issues from icons not loading, keyboard calculator as well as the start button not functioning properly. I think I have the icons loading now and the start/windows button working too but I've thought that before too. But with the keyboard the only thing I've been able to do is replace the keyboard ATK drivers with a standard PS/2 keyboard. I can't reinstall or update or remove the ATK drivers for the keyboard to this point. I think the ATK driver thing has something to do with the calculator key not functioning. It is a pain in the butt not having the calculator key working. I've tried a hundred things (a lot anyways) trying to get the keyboard working as before to no avail.
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