New Asus Drivers for 810 2-20-13

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  1. Breed

    Breed Scribbler - Standard Member

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    Upload your ASUSDriverInstall.txt AND IntelAtomz2760Drivers.txt file and we'll see what's going wrong :)
     
  2. Tonitti

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    I did the same and it was worthless too, Yesterday morning at least when I clicked on the Liveupdate icon the program opened and let me click on the download button until the 6kb was downloaded. Since yesterday midday when I click on the LiveUpdate icon I get a "Cannot connect to server" popup and nothing else, even after doing a full Windows restore :mad:. And I can't even install it unzipping and running install.cmd, because when I do that in cmd this is what I get:

    "----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>REM Step1. Start Record

    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>echo [ASUS Driver Install Start] 1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstal
    l.log
    Acceess Denied.

    D:\DRIVERS>echo 22/02/2013 17:26:37,59 1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.log
    Acceess Denied.

    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>REM Check Intel Driver Package Version and Update

    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>echo.1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.log
    Acceess Denied.

    D:\DRIVERS>reg query HKLM\SOFTWARE\Intel\SOCPackageInfo /v VersionNumber | fin
    dstr "0x35"
    ERROR: The system couldn't locate the key or the specified Registry value.

    D:\DRIVERS>if 1 == 0 goto SkipIntel

    D:\DRIVERS>echo Install Intel Driver Start ... 1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInst
    all.log
    Acceess Denied.

    D:\DRIVERS>cd .\CLV_Master_Installer_V1.0

    D:\DRIVERS\CLV_Master_Installer_V1.0>setup -s -report C:\Windows\Logs

    D:\DRIVERS\CLV_Master_Installer_V1.0>set errorcode=1603

    D:\DRIVERS\CLV_Master_Installer_V1.0>cd ..

    D:\DRIVERS>echo Insatll Inter Drive Done with 1603 1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDrive
    rInstall.log
    Acceess Denied.

    D:\DRIVERS>if 1603 NEQ 3010 goto ErrorInstall

    D:\DRIVERS>echo.1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.log
    Acceess Denied.

    D:\DRIVERS>echo Error happened during Driver Packing Installing!! 1>>C:\Windows\
    Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.log
    Acceess Denied.

    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>REM End Record

    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>echo 22/02/2013 17:26:38,34 1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.log

    Acceess Denied.

    D:\DRIVERS>echo [ASUS Driver Install End] 1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.
    log
    Acceess Denied.

    D:\DRIVERS>

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    That's it I can't even install using that method, only errors and the drivers even didn't try to install.
    Does anyone have a clue about this?
     
  3. curtissh

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    For what it's worth, my machine has been super stable over the last couple days. On and off the dock, meetings, work, discharge to ~60% and recharge two nights in a row -- I haven't had to reboot since day before yesterday and it appears to be performing marvelously. I hate to jinx anything, but it's sure looking good so far.
     
  4. Breed

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    Are you right clicking that and running it as an Administrator, Tonitti? That will explain your 'Access Is Denied' if not.

    If you are, try running it in an elevated command prompt.
     
  5. Tonitti

    Tonitti Scribbler - Standard Member

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    Yup, yes. That's the first thing I tried after trying to open it normally.

    EDIT: one second, something is happening...

    EDIT2: I think they somehow installed when I tried what you said, an elevated command prompt and then run install.cmd from there; the hard disk usage showed activity. At the beginning I got the "The system couldn't locate the key or the specified Registry value." maybe because "ASUSDriverInstall.log" was still not created?


    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    "
    D:\DRIVERS>install.cmd

    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>REM Step1. Start Record

    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>echo [ASUS Driver Install Start] 1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstal
    l.log

    D:\DRIVERS>echo 22/02/2013 19:13:15,18 1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.log


    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>REM Check Intel Driver Package Version and Update

    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>echo.1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.log

    D:\DRIVERS>reg query HKLM\SOFTWARE\Intel\SOCPackageInfo /v VersionNumber | fin
    dstr "0x35"
    ERROR: The system couldn't locate the key or the specified Registry value.

    D:\DRIVERS>if 1 == 0 goto SkipIntel

    D:\DRIVERS>echo Install Intel Driver Start ... 1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInst
    all.log

    D:\DRIVERS>cd .\CLV_Master_Installer_V1.0

    D:\DRIVERS\CLV_Master_Installer_V1.0>setup -s -report C:\Windows\Logs

    D:\DRIVERS\CLV_Master_Installer_V1.0>set errorcode=3010

    D:\DRIVERS\CLV_Master_Installer_V1.0>cd ..

    D:\DRIVERS>echo Insatll Inter Drive Done with 3010 1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDrive
    rInstall.log

    D:\DRIVERS>if 3010 NEQ 3010 goto ErrorInstall

    D:\DRIVERS>goto IntelDone

    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>REM Check Sensor Hub Version and Update

    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>echo.1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.log

    D:\DRIVERS>cd .\Firmware\STMicroSensorHubTool_V1.0.0.10

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\STMicroSensorHubTool_V1.0.0.10>STMicroSensorHubTool.exe /get
    info | findstr /c:"Current Version" | findstr "17"
    Current Version: 17

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\STMicroSensorHubTool_V1.0.0.10>if 0 NEQ 0 goto UpdateSensor


    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\STMicroSensorHubTool_V1.0.0.10>echo Sensor Hub Firmware does
    not need update!! 1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.log

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\STMicroSensorHubTool_V1.0.0.10>goto SensorDone

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\STMicroSensorHubTool_V1.0.0.10>cd ..\..

    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>REM Check Digitizer BootLoader Version and Update

    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>echo.1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.log

    D:\DRIVERS>cd .\Firmware\Digitizer

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\Digitizer>del W92BLFW8.log /f

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\Digitizer>W92BLFW8-v02.exe -s -v -dump

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\Digitizer>findstr /c:"0x0025" W92BLFW8.log
    BootLoader Version = 0x0025

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\Digitizer>if 0 NEQ 0 goto UpdateDigitizerBootLoader

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\Digitizer>echo Digitizer BootLoader does not need update!! 1
    >>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.log

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\Digitizer>goto DigitizerBootLoaderDone

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\Digitizer>cd ..\..

    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>REM Check Digitizer Firmware Version and Update

    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>echo.1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.log

    D:\DRIVERS>cd .\Firmware\Digitizer

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\Digitizer>del WFlashUSB.log /f

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\Digitizer>WFlashI2C-v04.exe -s -v -dump

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\Digitizer>findstr /c:"0x2172" WFlashUSB.log
    FW Version = 0x2172

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\Digitizer>if 0 NEQ 0 goto UpdateDigitizerFirmware

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\Digitizer>echo Digitizer Firmware does not need update!! 1>>
    C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.log

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\Digitizer>goto DigitizerFirmwareDone

    D:\DRIVERS\Firmware\Digitizer>cd ..\..

    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>REM Register Current Pacakge Version

    D:\DRIVERS>REM=======================================================

    D:\DRIVERS>echo.1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.log

    D:\DRIVERS>echo Write TF810C Driver Package Version: 1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDri
    verInstall.log

    D:\DRIVERS>reg import Driver.reg
    The operation completed correctly.

    D:\DRIVERS>reg query HKLM\Software\ASUS\Driver 1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverIns
    tall.log

    D:\DRIVERS>goto InstallDone

    D:\DRIVERS>echo 22/02/2013 19:15:35,22 1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.log


    D:\DRIVERS>echo [ASUS Driver Install End] 1>>C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.
    log

    D:\DRIVERS>

    Driver Version 9.14.3.1117
    Operating System Windows 8 (6.2.9200)"

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------




    The whole process took around 5 minutes, I have to check If I see some changes, at the moment the Graphics driver version updated to:


    Driver Version 9.14.3.1117
    Operating System Windows 8 (6.2.9200)"

    Before restoring I have been using the latest HP drivers (9.14.3.1102) and the somehow newer Asus drivers that were posted briefly at the beginning of this thread (9.14.3.1099)
    I'm going to restart now, I suppose that Wacom Wintab drivers will not be updated, but I'll check.

    EDIT3: No, still no pressure in Wintab applications, I guess we will have to wait for Wacom's part.
     
    Last edited: Feb 22, 2013
  6. galtom

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    I was send this package (https://www.dropbox.com/sh/nn9yvns1z58nuwn/9bL3fhd48Q) today and was told it is BIOS update + drivers that were supposed to fix my sleep issue but I can not get it to work.
    I was supposed to unzip it and run Install - that is it. I my case no luck.
     
  7. galtom

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    This is exactly what I get with drivers Asus send my by mail :-(

    Do you have this file? C:\Windows\Logs\ASUSDriverInstall.log

    I was told to send it back but I simply don't have it :-(
     
  8. Breed

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    Try executing the Install.cmd from an Elevated Prompt. To do this: Search for 'cmd' and run this as Administrator. You'll know if you're definitely in Admin mode as the title bar will have 'Administrator:' on the start and it'll put you in the C:\Windows\system32 directory unlike the normal prompt which puts you in your user folder.

    Once you're at the elevated prompt, change to the directory which Install.cmd is in and run it in the prompt. That should solve the issue.

    galtom, download the drivers from the second post of this thread (they're newer) and follow my instructions above. It should solve your Access is denied issue.
     
    Last edited: Feb 22, 2013
  9. galtom

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    I did run Install.cmd form command prompt - it did not worked :-(
    So, are you saying that Asus send me their old drivers toda? :) LOL! Good one Asus!

    I'll try with drives you refer me to - will let you know.

    Just checked the versions - it is same stuff as on second page of this thread: DriverPackage_2_1_0_5.zip
     
  10. Breed

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    Make sure it's an elevated prompt. It won't work otherwise.

    No, it's not supposed to find anything. When you install the Intel SOC drivers, it makes a note of the version number in the registry. These, for example are version 0x35. There's bit of code in the .cmd file which makes sure this version hasn't been installed before. It it finds that value, it'll abort the install due to the second line of this code:

    Code:
    reg query HKLM\SOFTWARE\Intel\SOCPackageInfo /v VersionNumber | findstr "0x35"
    if %errorlevel%==0 goto SkipIntel
    Were you to run it again, it would now find this value and abort.
     
    Last edited: Feb 22, 2013
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