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Can T Find Asussetup Ini
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After Win 7 boots, the first thing I receive is: Can't find c: windows install AsusSetUp.ini 1) How to I track down where this call is being originated so I can delete it OR 2) What is the best way. Hitman absolution free download full version for pc highly compressed version.

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Hey guys, I'm having difficulties installing drivers for my motherboard. The disc that comes with it which has the drivers on it brings up a main folder with individual installation folders inside, like BIOS, Audio, LAN, etc. The problem is, none of them will install.. they throw me this error:
Can't find AsusSetup.ini: C/Users/michael/appData/Local/Temp1 and the error's goes on. Each driver install throws a different error, but most of them start with 'can't find AsusSetup etc etc' with variants.
I tried downloading the drivers on my laptop, burning them to a disc, then installing them on my PC - same errors, doesn't work. It also says I need to install something named 82579VSKUW64e first before I can install the LAN drivers, but the file brings up a command prompt for about half a second then closes and it won't run via command prompt unless I am doing something wrong here.
Basically, not a single driver will install, regardless if I try from the main disc or burned drivers from my laptop. I don't know what to do.
Specs:
Motherboard - ASUS P8Z68-V PRO LGA1155 INTEL Z68 CHIPSET DDR3 HDMI DVI USB 3.0 MB CG8565
Video Card - GTX 570
Processor - i5 2500k.
RAM 8GB - can't remember exactly, but DDR3 I believe.
Thanks for any help.

Can T Find Asussetup Initiative

  • The iniis file extension seems to be used for some sort of log file generated by AsusSetup in temporary folder. Most likely used for debugging or internal purposes only. No further information could be found. This iniis file type entry was marked as obsolete and no longer supported file format.
  • The iniis file extension seems to be used for some sort of log file generated by AsusSetup in temporary folder. Most likely used for debugging or internal purposes only. No further information could be found. This iniis file type entry was marked as obsolete and no longer supported file format. This type of file is no longer actively used and is most likely obsolete.