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Download the latest versions of ASUS drivers for Windows 10. The list includes Smart Gesture, ATK Package, Audio, Bluetooth, WLAN, LAN, Graphics, Card Reader, USB Charger+, BIOS and more.

After upgrading to Windows 10 on my ASUS notebook, I faced some issues like the one with the touchpad. So, I decided to update all the drivers and tools to the latest versions.

In order to save you some time, I will post here the complete list with all the latest official drivers for Windows 10, since I had to search for every latest version through the ASUS support site.

Notes:

  • Drivers included in the list are for Notebooks or Laptops.
  • Most of the drivers are ZIP files. To install them, extract the content to a folder and look for the Setup.exe file.
  • If you get the message “Another version of this product is already installed…”, you need to uninstall the old version and then install the new one.

Last updated on : up-to-date drivers. See changelog.

ATK Package

ATK Package includes ATKACPI driver and hotkey-related utilities.
To avoid displaying OSD abnormally due to compatibility issue after upgrade to Windows 10, please update ATK Package to v1.0.0038 or above.

ASUS Smart Gesture

ASUS Smart Gesture (Touchpad Driver) provides smoother and more intuitive touchpad experiences.
To avoid losing ASUS customized gestures due to compatibility issue after upgrade to Windows 10, please update ASUS Smart Gesture to v4.0.5 or above.

ASUS USB Charger Plus

ASUS USB Charger Plus is a tool to quickly charge your Apple mobile device.
To avoid quick charger no function due to compatibility issue after upgrade to Windows 10, please update ASUS USB Charger Plus to v4.1.6 or above.

Audio

Check the Audio vendor on your ASUS Notebook and download the corresponding driver.

For VIA vendor, latest driver from ASUS is for Windows 8.1:  VIA Audio 6.0.11.0200. However, some users had issues with the microphone which are solved by using the Windows 10 driver from the VIA site:

WLAN

Check the Wireless LAN vendor on your ASUS Notebook and download the corresponding driver (help).

For Qualcomm Atheros and Broadcom you also need to check your current Driver Version since there are different branches related to the chipset (help). Download the driver which starts with the same version number as yours.

LAN

Check the LAN / Ethernet vendor on your ASUS Notebook and download the corresponding driver.

For other vendors, latest LAN drivers for Windows 8.1 work fine on Windows 10.

VGA / Graphics

Check the Graphics vendor on your ASUS Notebook and download the corresponding driver.

For Intel Graphics drivers I just use Windows Update. ASUS provides this drivers which are related to a specific Intel chipset:  Kaby Lake |  Skylake (list) |  Broadwell (list) |  Braswell (list) |  Bay Trail (list) |  Cherry Trail (list).
Alternatively, you can use the Intel Driver Update Utility. This application keeps your system up-to-date, identifying new drivers available for your Intel components.

Note: Windows Update may override the driver installed by the utility. Also, if you run the utility again after updating and it shows you the same Installed and Latest versions, do not reinstall since you will enter in an infinite loop. The utility installs the latest driver available but has a bug on the version check.

For NVIDIA drivers I recommend installing GeForce Experience. This application keeps your NVIDIA drivers up to date.

Latest NVIDIA drivers for GeForce 400M, 500M, 600M, 700M, 800M and 900M Series (Notebooks):

AMD Graphics drivers can be downloaded here:

The AMD graphics driver includes support for ATI Radeon HD, FireGL, FirePro and Mobility Radeon HD. Also, you can download the latest driver from AMD site or you can automatically detect and install your driver with this utility:

Card Reader

Check the Card Reader vendor on your ASUS Notebook and download the corresponding driver.

For Ricoh vendor, latest driver from ASUS is for Windows 7:  Ricoh R5U8xx Card Reader 3.62.02. However, there is a newer version from Dell:

For JMicron vendor, latest driver from JMicron site is:

Other drivers

Windows 10Windows 8.1
 AsMedia USB3.0 Driver 1.16.29.1 Power4Gear Hybrid 3.0.8
 ExpressCache 1.3.118.0 Instant Key 1.1.7
 Thunderbolt 16.2.52.250 Instant On 3.0.6
 ASUS HDD Protection 4.07.0067 Life Frame3 3.1.13
 ASUS PC Diagnostics 1.4.5 ASUS Secure Delete 1.0.0012
 ASUS Touchpad Handwriting 1.0.3 ASUS Backtracker 3.0.9
 Elantech Touchpad 11.5.21.6 ASUS Screen Saver 2.1.0
 ELAN Fingerprint 1.5.8.2103 ASUS Wireless Switch 3.0.47
 Synaptics Fingerprint 4.5.306.0 ASUS Virtual Camera 1.0.28
 ICE Sound 1.0.4.5 ASUS Business Manager 1.0.3
 Fresco Logic USB 3.0 Host Driver 3.6.8.0 Fresco USB3.0 Driver 3.5.73.0
ROG - Republic Of Gamers
 ASUS Gaming Center 2.0.3
 ASUS ROG Game First IV 1.5.31
 ASUS ROG MacroKey 1.0.6
 ASUS ROG Aura 1.0.4
 ASUS Precision Touchpad 11.0.14
 Gaming Mouse 2.00.030
ROG - Republic Of Gamers
 ASUS GPU Tweak for Laptops 1.0.10
ASUS Transformer Book
 ASUS Quick Launch 1.0.7
 ASUS Keyboard Lock 1.0.9
 ASUS FlipLock 1.0.21
 Chi Keyboard Power 1.1.0
ASUS Transformer Book
 ASUS Transformer Book 1.0.9
 Trio OS Switcher 1.0.10
 ASUS PC Tool 1.5.0.65
 ASUS Splendid Video Enhancement Technology 3.19.0003 ASUS VivoBook 1.0.33
 ASUS Live Update 3.4.3
DO NOT USE, remove Live Update.
Allows hackers to do remote code execution.
ASUS Taichi
 ASUS Taichi Home 1.0.30
 ASUS Taichi Display Control 1.0.13
 ASUS Close Lid 1.1.8
 ASUS WebStorage
ASUS WebStorage Free Account 5GB
 ASUS Console for T Series 1.0.5
 ASUS Console for N Series 1.0.5
 ASUS Console for Trio 1.1.6
 ASUS Battery Health Charging 1.0.0002
 ASUS HiPost 1.0.8
 PixelMaster Video HDR 1.1.37
 Wireless Radio Control 1.0.0.6
 IR Camera 10.0.10586.11224
 Intel Camera 30.14393.9751.3540
 Intel Depth Camera Manager 1.4.27.48405
 Intel Integrated Sensor Solution 3.0.30.1119
 Intel HID Event Filter 1.1.0.313
 Intel Trusted Execution Engine Interface 3.0.0.1115
 Intel Collaborative Processor Performance Control 1.0.0.1018
 Intel Wireless Display 6.0.62.0
Chipset
Intel INF Update *
 Kaby Lake |  Skylake |  Cherry Trail
Intel Chipset Device Software (INF Update Utility)
 AMD Chipset 21.19.154.1536
 Intel Management Engine Interface 11.6.0.1036
Intel Management Engine (Intel ME)
Prev.: Intel ME 9 | Intel ME 10
 Intel Serial IO 30.100.1643.1
 Intel Serial IO 1.1.253.0
 Intel Serial IO I2C 604.10146.2643.2818
 Intel Serial IO GPIO 604.10146.2652.10301
Intel Rapid Storage Technology *
 Kaby Lake |  Skylake
Intel RST RAID Driver
Intel Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework *
 Kaby Lake |  Skylake |  Cherry Trail

If you don’t find your driver, search it on ASUS support.

Notes:

  • Some Intel drivers provided by ASUS are related to a specific Intel chipset. So, if the driver file name contains words like Skylake, Broadwell, Braswell or Bay Trail be sure to check which chipset do you have before installing it. I included chipset lists in the Graphics section. A user with a UX32VD (Ivy Bridge chipset) reported to have CPU low frequency and overheating caused by the Intel DPTF driver for Skylake. The solution was to downgrade to the Windows 8 version of the DPTF driver corresponding to his chipset.
  • ASUS does not provide camera drivers for most of the models since the built-in camera can work well with Microsoft inbox driver. If you still need to install a camera driver, old drivers for Windows 7 can be found here: Camera. First, you will need to search your camera PID number and then download the corresponding driver from the list. In order to get the PID number, open Device Manager > “USB 2.0… WebCam” > Details tab > Hardware Ids > and find the PID number in Value as PID_####.
  • There is another application called ASUS Remote Link which also installs Smart Gesture and it is listed in Windows as ASUS Smart Gesture version 4.3.9. However, the version number does not correspond to Smart Gesture since the application has less features than the latest one. In addition, Mobile Control tab shows an older Server Version (1.0.1.12 vs. 1.0.3.12). So, if you want to use Remote Link I recommend you to install the latest Smart Gesture, go to the Mobile Control tab and check “Enable Remote Link in my PC”.

BIOS

Be very careful when updating your BIOS, you could end up with an unbootable computer. Only update it if you need to.

First, check the BIOS version of your ASUS Notebook. Then, search your laptop model on ASUS support site and download the BIOS file, if there is a newer version. Finally, install and run ASUS WinFlash to update the BIOS version.

Help: How to find model name? | How to update the BIOS version?

If for some reason you need to downgrade the BIOS, you need to run the application with the /nodate parameter. Open a Command Prompt window (cmd) and run “C:\Program Files (x86)\ASUS\WinFlash\WinFlash.exe” /nodate

Changelog

2017-03-04

  • Updated Realtek WLAN
  • Updated ELAN Fingerprint
  • Updated Intel INF Update Cherry Trail
  • Updated ASUS ROG Aura
  • Updated GeForce Experience

2017-02-23

  • Updated Realtek Audio
  • Updated Intel WLAN, ISS, Camera
  • Updated Intel Graphics, RST for Kaby Lake
  • Updated ICE Sound
  • Updated ASUS FlipLock

2017-02-16

  • Updated AMD Chipset
  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce

2017-02-10

  • Updated ICE Sound
  • Updated Conexant Audio

2017-01-30

  • Updated Qualcomm Atheros Bluetooth
  • Updated Wireless Radio Control
  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce and GeForce Experience

2017-01-23

  • Updated Qualcomm WLAN 11.x
  • Updated ASUS FlipLock

2017-01-16

  • Updated ICE Sound

2017-01-07

  • Added ASUS Battery Health Charging
  • Updated Qualcomm WLAN 10.x
  • Updated ICE Sound
  • Updated IR Camera
  • Updated Intel RST, Graphics for Kaby Lake
  • Updated Intel Graphics for Braswell
  • Updated Intel Camera
  • Updated Intel Serial IO

2017-01-02

  • Updated Conexant Audio
  • Updated ICE Sound

2016-12-28

  • Updated ASUS ROG MacroKey
  • Updated ASUS Gaming Center
  • Updated ASUS Quick Launch
  • Updated Conexant Audio
  • Updated Realtek Audio
  • Updated Intel WLAN
  • Updated USB Charger Plus
  • Updated ELAN Fingerprint
  • Updated AMD Chipset

2016-12-19

  • Updated Smart Gesture
  • Updated ASUS FlipLock
  • Updated AMD Graphics
  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce and GeForce Experience
  • Updated Intel Graphics for Kaby Lake

2016-12-12

  • Updated Qualcomm WLAN 10.x
  • Updated Intel Graphics for Kaby Lake

2016-12-07

  • Updated ASUS ROG Game First
  • Updated Intel MEI, INF Update
  • Updated IR Camera
  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce

2016-11-29

  • Updated ASUS Precision Touchpad
  • Updated ASUS Gaming Center
  • Updated Thunderbolt
  • Updated Realtek Audio, WLAN
  • Updated Qualcomm WLAN 11.x
  • Updated Qualcomm Atheros Bluetooth
  • Updated Intel Graphics for Kaby Lake
  • Updated Intel Bluetooth, WLAN, Serial IO, MEI, TXEI
  • Updated ICE Sound
  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce

2016-11-21

  • Updated Conexant Audio
  • Updated USB Charger Plus
  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce and GeForce Experience
  • Updated Realtek Card Reader
  • Updated ICE Sound
  • Updated Intel INF, RST & Graphics for Kaby Lake

2016-11-14

  • Updated Qualcomm WLAN 10.x
  • Updated ASUS FlipLock
  • Updated ASUS Splendid Video
  • Updated ELAN Fingerprint
  • Updated Intel Bluetooth
  • Updated Intel MEI, TXEI, ISS and Serial IO
  • Updated Intel INF & Graphics for Kaby Lake
  • Updated Alcor Card Reader

2016-11-07

  • Updated VIA Audio
  • Updated ASUS HiPost

2016-11-04

  • Updated Genesys Card Reader
  • Updated Realtek Audio

2016-10-31

  • Updated AMD Chipset
  • Updated Intel RST Kaby Lake
  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce

2016-10-24

  • Added ASUS ROG Aura
  • Updated ASUS Precision Touchpad
  • Updated Realtek Bluetooth
  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce

2016-10-17

  • Updated ATK Package
  • Updated ASUS Gaming Center
  • Updated ASUS Keyboard Lock

2016-10-14

  • Updated Smart Gesture
  • Updated Intel VGA Braswell

2016-10-10

  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce and GeForce Experience
  • Updated ELAN Fingerprint
  • Updated Intel VGA Kaby Lake

2016-10-05

  • Removed Intel USB3.0 (was only for Win7)

2016-10-02

  • Updated Realtek Audio
  • Updated Realtek Bluetooth
  • Updated Realtek WLAN
  • Updated Realtek LAN
  • Updated Intel Bluetooth
  • Updated Intel MEI

2016-09-29

  • Updated ICE Sound
  • Updated Intel VGA & RST Kaby Lake
  • Updated Intel WLAN

2016-09-23

  • Added ASUS PC Diagnostics
  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce
  • Updated Realtek Audio

2016-09-20

  • Updated GeForce Experience
  • Updated AMD Graphics
  • Updated Realtek Audio

2016-09-15

  • Updated Realtek Audio
  • Updated Qualcomm WLAN 10.x
  • Updated AMD Chipset
  • Updated ASUS Quick Launch
  • Updated ELAN Fingerprint
  • Updated Intel RST Skylake and Kaby Lake
  • Updated Intel INF Update Cherry Trail

2016-09-12

  • Added Intel Serial IO, I2C and GPIO
  • Updated Intel DPTF Kaby Lake
  • Updated Intel Integrated Sensor Solution

2016-09-04

  • Updated ATK Package
  • Updated ASUS Live Update
  • Updated ICE Sound
  • Updated WinFlash
  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce

2016-08-31

  • Updated Realtek Audio
  • Updated Conexant Audio
  • Updated Intel WLAN

2016-08-24

  • Added Intel Kaby Lake chipset: INF Update, VGA, RST and DPTF
  • Added ASUS Touchpad Handwriting
  • Added Intel Camera
  • Added Intel Integrated Sensor Solution
  • Added Intel HID Event Filter
  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce
  • Updated Alcor Card Reader
  • Updated ASUS FlipLock
  • Updated Intel MEI
  • Updated Intel INF Update Skylake
  • Updated Intel VGA Skylake and Braswell
  • Updated ICE Sound
  • Updated Conexant Audio
  • Updated Realtek WLAN
  • Updated Intel WLAN
  • Updated Intel Bluetooth
  • Updated Qualcomm Atheros Bluetooth
  • Updated IR Camera
  • Updated ELAN Fingerprint
  • Updated WinFlash

2016-08-15

  • Updated ASUS Live Update

2016-08-12

  • Updated GameFirst IV
  • Updated ASUS Keyboard Lock
  • Updated ThunderBolt

2016-08-09

  • Updated ATK Package
  • Updated ASUS Precision Touchpad
  • Updated Intel INF Cherry Trail
  • Updated ICE Sound

2016-07-29

  • Updated ASUS Precision Touchpad
  • Updated ASUS USB Charger Plus

2016-07-27

  • Updated Smart Gesture
  • Updated ATK Package
  • Updated Intel WLAN
  • Updated Realtek Audio
  • Added ASUS Console for T Series, N Series and Trio
  • Added ASUS Transformer Book
  • Added Trio OS Switcher
  • Added ASUS PC Tool
  • Added ASUS Business Manager
  • Added ASUS VivoBook
  • Added ASUS Taichi Home, Display Control and Close Lid
  • Added ASUS Secure Delete

2016-07-26

  • Updated Smart Gesture
  • Added Intel DPTF Skylake

2016-07-20

  • Added ASUS Quick Launch
  • Added ASUS Keyboard Lock
  • Added Chi Keyboard Power
  • Added VGA Intel Cherry Trail
  • Added JMicron Card Reader
  • Updated AMD Graphics
  • Updated ICE Sound
  • Updated Intel DPTF
  • Updated Qualcomm WLAN 11.x
  • Updated ELAN Fingerprint
  • Updated Realtek Audio
  • Updated ASUS Gaming Center

2016-07-15

  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce
  • Updated VGA Intel Braswell

2016-07-07

  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce and GeForce Experience

2016-07-06

  • Updated ICE Sound
  • Updated Intel WLAN
  • Updated Intel Bluetooth
  • Updated Alcor Card Reader
  • Updated ELAN Fingerprint

2016-07-05

  • Updated Realtek WLAN
  • Updated Realtek LAN

2016-06-29

  • Updated Broadcom WLAN
  • Updated Realtek Audio
  • Updated Conexant Audio

2016-06-21

  • Added ELAN Fingerprint
  • Updated ATK Package
  • Updated Smart Gesture (32-bit)
  • Updated Realtek LAN
  • Updated Realtek Card Reader
  • Updated Conexant Audio
  • Updated Intel Bluetooth
  • Updated Intel MEI
  • Updated Thunderbolt
  • Updated PixelMaster Video HDR

2016-06-17

  • Added ASUS GPU Tweak for Laptops (ROG)
  • Added ASUS Precision Touchpad (ROG)
  • Updated VGA Intel Braswell

2016-06-16

  • Updated Intel MEI

2016-06-15

  • Updated ICE Sound

2016-06-13

  • Updated Intel WLAN
  • Updated VGA Intel Skylake

2016-06-08

  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce and GeForce Experience
  • Updated ASUS Live Update

2016-06-05

  • Added AMD Driver AutoDetect Utility

2016-06-03

  • Updated ASUS ROG MacroKey
  • Updated VGA Intel Skylake

2016-05-27

  • Updated Intel Wireless Display
  • Updated Realtek WLAN
  • Updated Qualcomm Atheros WLAN
  • Updated VGA Intel Skylake
  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce
  • Updated Intel Trusted Execution Engine Interface
  • Updated ICE Sound

2016-05-23

  • Updated Realtek Audio
  • Updated Intel MEI
  • Updated ASUS Live Update

2016-05-18

  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce and GeForce Experience
  • Updated Intel WLAN
  • Updated Realtek Audio
  • Updated VGA Intel Skylake
  • Updated IR Camera

2016-05-14

  • Updated Realtek Bluetooth

2016-05-12

  • Updated ICE Sound

2016-05-08

  • Updated Qualcomm WLAN 11.x
  • Updated Intel WLAN
  • Updated Realtek Audio

2016-05-03

  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce and GeForce Experience

2016-04-30

  • Updated Realtek LAN
  • Updated ICE Sound

2016-04-28

  • Updated Intel MEI

2016-04-25

  • Updated Conexant Audio

2016-04-23

  • Updated VGA Intel Skylake

2016-04-21

  • Added Ricoh Card Reader
  • Added Intel USB3.0 (Win8)

2016-04-20

  • Added Fresco Logic USB 3.0

2016-04-15

  • Added Intel Depth Camera Manager
  • Added ROG Game First IV
  • Added Intel and AMD Chipset
  • Added Intel MEI, RST and DPTF
  • Added ASUS Splendid

2016-04-12

  • Updated Qualcomm Atheros WLAN
  • Updated Broadcom WLAN

2016-04-09

  • Updated Realtek Audio

2016-04-01

  • Updated Elantech Touchpad
  • Updated ASUS Gaming Center

2016-03-30

  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce and GeForce Experience

2016-03-26

  • Updated Conexant Audio
  • Updated Realtek WLAN

2016-03-22

  • Updated ATK Package
  • Updated Intel WLAN
  • Added many ASUS apps, Elantech Touchpad, Synaptics Fingerprint, ICE Sound, PixelMaster Video HDR, Wireless Radio Control and IR Camera
  • Added several Intel drivers
  • Added ROG drivers
  • Fixed ASUS links

2016-03-18

  • Updated Realtek Audio

2016-03-12

  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce
  • Updated VGA Intel Skylake

2016-03-10

  • Updated Conexant Audio
  • Updated VGA Intel Braswell
  • Updated Qualcomm Atheros WLAN

2016-03-07

  • Updated Realtek Card Reader

2016-03-02

  • Updated Realtek Audio
  • Updated Realtek Card Reader
  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce and GeForce Experience

2016-02-27

  • Updated Qualcomm Atheros Bluetooth
  • Updated Realtek Bluetooth
  • Updated Alcor Card Reader

2016-02-24

  • Added VIA Audio
  • Updated Conexant Audio
  • Updated Intel Bluetooth

2016-02-20

  • Updated Realtek Audio
  • Updated VGA Intel Skylake

2016-02-16

  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce

2016-02-12

  • Added notes on how to downgrade the BIOS

2016-02-05

  • Updated Realtek Audio
  • Updated VGA Intel Braswell

2016-02-04

  • Updated ATK Package
  • Updated Realtek Wireless LAN

2016-02-01

  • Added ExpressCache
  • Added ASUS Backtracker

2016-01-28

  • Re-added Intel Graphics by ASUS
  • Updated WinFlash

2016-01-27

  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce

2016-01-26

  • Updated Conexant Audio

2016-01-25

  • Updated GeForce Experience
  • Added ASUS Virtual Camera and Camera (Win 7)

2016-01-18

  • Updated Realtek Audio

2016-01-16

  • Added Intel WiDi Update Tool

2016-01-14

  • Added ASUS Remote Link notes
  • Added Changelog

2016-01-13

  • Added ASUS Wireless Switch (Wireless Console3)

2016-01-12

  • Added Release Dates to each driver

2016-01-08

  • Updated AMD Graphics

2016-01-07

  • Updated Realtek Wireless LAN

2016-01-04

  • Added LAN section
  • Added BIOS section
  • Added everything I found for Win10 in the Other drivers section

2015-12-28

  • Added Card Reader section
  • Updated Realtek Audio

2015-12-21

  • Updated NVIDIA GeForce

2015-12-17

  • Added Intel Driver Update Utility

2015-12-15

  • Updated AsMedia USB3.0

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  • Tim Rubley
    Reply

    I have been chasing a 2- finger scroll problem for my Asus T300LA since a Windows 10 upgrade. I have even chatted with an Asus tech trying to remedy the problem. The information on your site has remedied the problem. Thank you for sharing the information.

  • Khairizal Netani
    Reply

    Thanks for your information bro’.. it’s helpful

  • dinesh
    Reply

    thnx it helped a lot….

  • Emannxx
    Reply

    Spectacular work, thank you so much!

  • Rushabh
    Reply

    thanks very helpful!!!

  • Carlos
    Reply

    Thanks for the updated drivers.

    I have Asus S400 and website shows atk 1.0.0039 with smart gesture 4.05 but I have found that scrolling long lists like pictures or music folder in file explorer with two fingers would cause scrolling to freeze / crash.

    Installed smart gesture 4.06 which shows improvement / longer before freeze / crash but still happens.

    I have now installed atk 1.0.0040 with smart gesture 4.09 from this page (cannot find anywhere on Asus website) and all working perfectly.

    THANK YOU SO MUCH !!

  • Jade
    Reply

    Thank you so much. I was about to switch back to windows 8 until you taught me how to do the changes.

  • aseem sirkeck
    Reply

    thanks man
    great help

  • adam
    Reply

    Thanks!

  • swapnil
    Reply

    thankx alot for this, my gesture control is working fine now. Can you also help me with brightness control?. I can’t reduce or increase brightness of my screen using fn+f6/f5

    • Ivan
      Reply

      You need to update the ATK Package for the brightness control

      • Samuel
        Reply

        I updated ATK to the newest one provided. The volume works but not brightness.

        • Guyk
          Reply

          I’m here with the same problem. The brightness is on MAX.

          Using latest Intel driver — either from site or from Windows Update.
          Other keys work, but not brightness.

          • GuyK

            I want to update that the brightness control in my UX31A ultrabook finally works.

            I solved it by uninstalling TeamViewer application and uninstalling the ‘Generic PnP Monitor’ (it’s driver was the TeamViewer’s one) from Device Manager — I also checked ‘uninstall device’s software’.
            Restarted the computer and it all works!

        • Inko
          Reply

          FIX: LCD brightness control not working:
          1. Go to Registry Editor (regedit.exe)
          2. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Class\{4d36e968-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}\0000
          3. Find the KMD_EnableBrightnesslf2 and KMD_EnableBrightnessInterface2 keys
          4. If the keys exist with 1, set to 0.
          5. Reboot.

    • Anjar D
      Reply

      try to install your vga driver first

  • Alan
    Reply

    What if it stated the ATKP package was already installed in another version in our laptop? Do I need to uninstall the previous one the subs into the new one?

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Yes, it is mentioned in the Notes. You need to uninstall the old version and then install the new one.

  • Teódolo Pereira
    Reply

    Thank you.

  • Rabi
    Reply

    After downloading the drivers how do we install them? Because I don’t know how to do it.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Most of the drivers are ZIP files. Extract the content to a folder. Then, open the folder and look for the “Setup.exe” file.

  • Johanna
    Reply

    Hi Ivan!
    I’m trying to uninstall my current version of SmartGesture in order to intall the new version but it’s not working, a note appears telling me “A problem required for this install to complete could not be run”. Do you know what to do?

  • Regular boy
    Reply

    help a lot, thanks

  • Stephane
    Reply

    Thank you very much for that work. I have freeze problem with my laptop. I hope these new drivers will solve my issues.

  • Jules
    Reply

    Dude your websites with the Asus drivers rocks. You do what Asus seems to be incapable of doing, providing all the drivers and proper downloads. Keep up the good work!

  • Alex
    Reply

    this helped out so much. saved me from having to go searching for all of them, thank you

  • Melissa
    Reply

    Hi Ivan, thanks for pulling these drivers together. Could you please tell me how I can find out which bluetooth driver to download? I can’t see from the device manager any existing bluetooth drivers… Is there another way to figure it out?

    Thank you.

  • danne
    Reply

    ty it worked fine for my asus g771jm — keyboard lit up at once 🙂

  • Rodrigo Freitas
    Reply

    Even the audio keys started working for my media player! You’re an angel!

  • Mike
    Reply

    Fantastic! Why the hell ASUS was not able to do this?
    You saved my day!
    Thanks!!!!
    Mike

  • Dave
    Reply

    Thanks so much for this, that ATK issue caused me to reinstall things twice and I was about to go back to Win 7 (N53JF) Brilliant work… thanks again

  • Giorgio
    Reply

    Is it possible to have these drivers for ASUS PC Desktop?

    Thanks!!

    • Ivan
      Reply

      There are too many options about drivers for ASUS Desktop PCs. It’s easier if you search your model on ASUS support.

  • Rebecca
    Reply

    Thanks so much for the post – this was the only place where I was able to get an answer on the many Windows 10 issues I was having.

  • Bob
    Reply

    Thanks mate for your helpful information. I have a Asus Eee PC 1025C with Win10 and the resolution is still only 800×600. Tried every driver I could find but still no luck. Do you know how to fix this?

    • Ivan
      Reply

      I found some information here, they disabled the 3600 Series driver.

      • Gena
        Reply

        same problem, please help.

      • Manuele
        Reply

        I have a Eee PC 1025C too. Did you fix the problems? Thanks

        • Bob
          Reply

          No unfortunately not. Still looking for a solution.

  • Rey
    Reply

    Excellent post! My Zenbook ux32vd is up to date and working beautifully after installing these drivers. Kudos to you my friend.

  • John
    Reply

    Thanks, that’s really helpful.

  • Thanh Hai
    Reply

    Wow wow, you’re my hero :). I am using Asus N56VM, everything was working until upgraded to Windows 10 build 1024 and now build 1511. Thanks to you, my laptop lives again. But I don’t know why the drivers that you list above are not published on the Asus website.

  • Mirco
    Reply

    Hi man…great work…really amazing!!!
    I’m using an Asus 1215B upgraded to Win10 build 1511…and now my wi-fi button on/off does’nt work and I can’t use properly the combination fn with each f button (e.g. to increase/decrease volume or switch on/off wi-fi or other).
    I have already installed ATK drivers and correct Wlan drivers…but nothing still works properly…
    Any solutions??? I wouldn’t switch back to win 7….
    Thank you in advance

    • Ivan
      Reply

      There are some specific drivers for the Eee PC 1215B listed in the support page under Windows 8, like “ASUS KB Filter Driver” or “Hotkey service”. Maybe one of those solves your issue.

      • Mirco
        Reply

        I have already installed Hotkey service driver just after the upgrade due to a message of error immediately after it… Now I tried to install the asus KB Filter Driver but nothing has changed… Maybe it’s normal because my 1215B bought in the 2011 is an almost old netbook now out of commerce and not built for this upgrade to Win10…But it’s a pity because 1215B is a laptop that works well for my need and Win10 is a very good OS…
        Any other suggestions??

        • Ivan
          Reply

          Mirco, as a last resort, you could try calling ASUS support. Write back their answer (helpful or not) in case other users face your same issue.

          • Mirco

            Ivan, I have sent a request to ASUS support and I’m waiting for their reply… I will write here their reply for those other users with my same troubles. But I’m not so confident they will solve my problem or have interest in solving it…

  • Carlos
    Reply

    Somebody else has a problem since win10 is updating with the battery? doesn’t charge properly and has many troubles with the calibrate… I already try everything, but still not working well.
    Thanks in advance

    • Ramonzito
      Reply

      I have the same problem with the battery draining really fast… I am using ASUS K55VJ just updated itself to Windows 10 and I am also having hard time restarting/turning off my laptop after the upgrade and the battery led seems not lighting 🙁 any help…

  • Richard
    Reply

    Thanks, have been looking for these drivers since ages!

  • Jaylinx
    Reply

    Thanks for the drivers.

  • Francesco
    Reply

    I almost returned back my brand new Zenbook… I registered my product in asus site, and they show out of date drivers.

    You saved my mental sanity, Thank you!! Now the touchpad doesn’t stuck anymore in a long list scroll.

    THANK YOU!! Asus should pay you!!

  • Manu
    Reply

    Thank You Very Much For The Drivers … 🙂

  • Fernando Vieira
    Reply

    Nice post Ivan! Very helpful!

  • Andrea
    Reply

    I really appreciate your work Ivan, so much helpful. Thanks man!
    Tried to fix my bluetooth Aukey headset with the newer drivers (on win10 notebook) but still cant recognize them. wireless card Intel 7260AC+ BT 🙁

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Andrea, you could try the Intel Driver Update Utility

      • Andrea
        Reply

        Thank you for reply. I think that it is not a matter of drivers bcs I had the same troubles with my previous network card (qualcomm atheros). Win 10 simply doesn’t recognize my bluetooth headset 🙁 .
        Anyway thanks to you now with new ATK drivers backlight keyboard finally works! I shared this site on a win10 forum hope will be helpful to someone else. Cheers

  • dani
    Reply

    usb charger plus version 4.1.6 didn’t work for me… after install I have message “bios failed…”
    I used asus a55vj or k55vj win 10
    thanks

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Dani, the support pages for A55VJ or K55VJ only have the Windows 8 driver: USB Charger Plus 2.1.4 (64-bit). If the latest version did not work for you, you could try that driver.

  • Pei
    Reply

    Hello Ivan,

    I wonder if you have the latest bios for Asus N56VZ for windows 10. I upgraded from Windows 7 SP1 to Windows 10 and most things work. However, I cannot duplicate/mirror my laptop screen to external monitor even though I have updated Intel Video Driver and NVidia drivers to the latest. Also, there has been some issues where a specific program hangs. I suspect bios but could not find any update for N56VZ at the Asus Support page and I did not wish to flash a windows 8.1 bios as I read that some people got a BSOD with that.

    Otherwise, thanks for compiling these drivers. They solved my touchpad problem! =)

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Pei, your issue with duplicate/mirror screen must be related to the Inter driver. Download and install the Intel Graphics Driver V10.18.10.3308.02 for Windows 8.1. If it doesn’t work, then try what happens if you uninstall it and let Windows decide what driver to use.

  • Al Perris
    Reply

    I am trying to install Smart Gesture software on my ASUS X53E-RS51. My problem is I must remove old software to install new smart gestures. I only see Synaptics software for the touchpad. Is that what I must remove? If I remove Synaptics app and find smart gestures does not work, how do I find a copy of the Synaptics to go back to. My problem is I lost my scroll function when I went from Win 7 to Win 10.

    Any advice would be appreciated.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Al, yes, you must remove the old Synaptics driver. If you then want to install it again, here you can download Synaptics drivers.

      • Al Perris
        Reply

        Thanks for the advice Ivan. When I tried to uninstall Synaptics drivers from win 10, I received an error message that one of the files could not be found and therefor did not perform the uninstall. I know the drivers can be uninstalled manually but it is beyond my technical knowledge. Is there a place where step by step directions can be found?

  • Sandi
    Reply

    Ivan u’re super! Thanks a lot man. Before, I don’t have any guts to do all the driver updates. Even with driver booster app. But after I saw your explanation here, glory! I’ve updated all the drivers. Thx…

  • Alex
    Reply

    Hi there, After upgrade to Windows 10, my laptop when return from sleep mode display turned on in 10 seconds, in windows 8.1 = 2 seconds. I have latest drivers. Any solution please?

    P.S. If I disable nvidia graphics card return time is ok. Sound is on in 2 second in win 8 and 10

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Install the Instant On utility listed on the Other drivers section. The latest download link is for Windows 8, but it works fine on Windows 10.

      • Alex
        Reply

        The issue persist

      • Me
        Reply

        Does it really work? Or just not break?
        I see no difference when on toggling it on or off and wake up from sleep takes a lot longer than on win8.

  • Eddy
    Reply

    Hello, great job on the site, well done!

    I have a question. Frustrating one. I have Win10 and 740m GPU. No matter what I do, it just doesn’t work, I get error code 43 in Device manager. It’s been weeks and I haven’t figured that out.

    What could be the issue?

    • Ivan
      Reply

      I did some research about error Code 43 with NVIDIA and for ASUS laptops (and Dell too) the solution is to reinstall/update the BIOS. Go to the support page for your laptop and download the Windows BIOS Flash Utility (WinFlash) and the BIOS file. More info here. Remember to use the latest NVIDIA driver from the post.

      • Eddy
        Reply

        It’s already been done, 4.0.3 BIOS is the latest available, it’s reset to default as well, fresh ATK package is installed, tried fresh driver install through safe mode, tried disable/Uninstall in device manager. I’m running out of options.

        • Yasu
          Reply

          Eddy, try this: Delete GPU in Device Manager, check “delete installed drivers” (how I remembered) in popup dialog, refresh device list, turn off appeared device with standard driver. Reboot notebook. Reinstall chipset drivers. Reboot. Turn on GPU. Install drivers from C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver (if left) or elsewhere. Reboot. It helps for me, ASUS x750jb, same GPU.
          However I had this trouble only when GPU driver installed before chipset (or after update).

  • Dan
    Reply

    Your site is excellent! It is the best-organized driver site I’ve seen.
    It helped me fix the touch pad controls on my Asus UX32V that were disabled by the recent Windows 10 November update.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Dan, thank you very much for your donation! 🍻 I’m glad I could help you!

  • John Barber
    Reply

    Thank you Ivan! Smart Gesture wasn’t working after Win 10/64 update this morning. Updating drivers at first didn’t work but uninstalling ATK & Smart Gesture, then fresh install with latest did the trick. Also, Bluetooth started working for the first time since upgrade to Win 10 a month or so ago 🙂 Happy Camper. $9 US is the best I could do today with the nasty CAD exchange 🙂

    • Ivan
      Reply

      John, thank you very very much for your donation! 🍻 and Happy Holidays! 😃

      • John
        Reply

        You’re welcome! Happy Holidays to you and yours too!

  • Pedro
    Reply

    Thank you, it would be possible also to include drivers for Intel graphics cards?
    Very thankful.

    Pedro.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      I just updated the post and I included how to update the Intel Graphics drivers.

      • Peter
        Reply

        Thanks for your efforts with this site! Regarding this Intel Utility: it tells me I have a customised graphics driver so it cannot update (on a 10 month old Zenbook NX500). Tried manual updates by unzipping the latest Intel driver and selecting it in device manager but also refuses to install telling me I have the ‘latest version’ installed. The driver however is one from windows 8.1 and it crashes frequently. Asus does not provide a graphics driver update for my laptop and their support staff tell me I should just go back to Windows 8! Any thoughts or tips on solving this? I would like to force the install of the latest generic driver just to see if it improves the situation. Thanks!

        • SVDW91
          Reply

          Hi Peter
          I see the Asus Zenbook NX500 contains the following graphic chips:
          – Intel HD Graphics 4600 for 4th generation Intel Core Processors
          – Nvidia GeForce GTX850M

          You can download the latest Intel graphics driver for Windows 10 32/64bit for your specific Intel graphics chip here: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/81496

          Download the latest driver, uninstall the current driver and install the new downloaded driver.
          Hope that fixs your problem.

  • Fiq
    Reply

    thanks a lot man

  • R Gonzalez
    Reply

    I used the info you posted to fix my 2 finger scroll and it worked. thank you so much

  • Boris
    Reply

    Ivan, I just bought an Asus (still arriving, ordered) and knowing how Asus complicates with drivers download I stumbled here somehow… I can’t express myself how much am I amazed by your site . I’m speechless.. Happy hollidays man! 😉

  • Stef
    Reply

    Ivan, after upgrading from Windows 8 (64 bit) to Windows 10 (64 bit), my USB 3 ports no longer work. I’m using a desktop computer with an ASUS P9X79 PRO motherboard. I uninstalled my USB 3 driver and installed the new AsMedia USB3.0 Driver (V1.16.29.1) you mentioned above, but that didn’t fix the problem. Do you have any other suggestions?

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Stef, as I mention in the post, drivers included in the list are for Notebooks or Laptops. Try to use the Windows 8.1 driver for your motherboard: ASUS USB 3.0 Boost V1.05.15.

      • Stef
        Reply

        Thanks for your quick response. I installed the Windows 8.1 USB 3.0 driver for my ASUS P9X79 PRO motherboard, but the USB 3.0 ports on my desktop computer remain inaccessible. Unfortunately, ASUS has not yet released a Windows 10 (64 bit) USB 3.0 driver for this motherboard. Thanks again and Merry Christmas to you!

    • Glen
      Reply

      I too was having issues with usb 3 drivers on my even older Asus motherboard P8Z68-V-Pro with very slow transfer speeds I deleted the usb 3 ports and installed the AsMedia USB3.0 Driver (V1.16.29.1) Which worked very well for me after a reboot double the speed of the win 7 drivers. I’d give it another try and see.

      Great site Ivan all I need is for you to do the same for my Samsung series 4 laptop as Samsung have washed their hands of any windows 10 upgrades and the have stopped making laptops heh

  • Emerson
    Reply

    Ivan, thanks a lot for the ATK package v.1.0.0040. I have an Asus T100TA transformar books (Win10 32bit) with ATK package v.1.0.0039 and it was with issues to return from sleep modem. The touch screen freezes and it stops to work. I uninstalled the v.1.0.0039 and the issue disappeared. Now I install the v.1.0.0040 and the touch screen looks like work fine again when return from the sleep mode. I hope that issue is fixed

  • Andy
    Reply

    Thanks man. I hope this solve my problems with Asus UX32VD

  • John Barber
    Reply

    Hey Ivan,
    Just thought I’d add this. My Realtek card reader was working but not triggering the plug ‘n play options. You have links above for Windows 8.1 drivers and I found the Windows 10 updated driver here: Realtek.
    Plug ‘n play working now after the update 🙂

    Merry Christmas,

    John

    • Ivan
      Reply

      John, thanks for sharing that! I will add it to the post in the next days.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      John, I just found all the latest Card Reader drivers and updated the post. Check it since there is a newer Realtek driver. Happy New Year!

      • John
        Reply

        Perfect! Thanks Ivan …and Happy New Year to you too!

  • Giga
    Reply

    how to get the power4gear utility work in windows 10? I used to control the performance speed with this

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Giga, use the driver for Windows 8, listed in the Other drivers section

  • Michael Newell
    Reply

    Hi Ivan, just stumbled on your post, wished I’d found it sooner.
    I have managed to upgrade to Windows 10 on my ASUS Lamborghini VX7, after spending much time updating drivers and getting my Nvidia graphics working I still can’t get my webcam to work. I have tried uninstalling Windows driver and updating in device manager but no luck.
    Any help would be much appreciated.
    Best Regards, Mick.

  • Asif
    Reply

    Thanks for your help in creating this website with all the drivers! I had some issues with trying to install the Bluetooth and Wireless LAN drivers with my Asus Zenbook Prime UX31A.
    I have the following driver versions:
    1. Bluetooth Driver – Intel 18.1.1525.1445
    2. Wireless LAN Driver – Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235

    When I downloaded the specific drivers for Bluetooth and Wireless LAN that you have listed, and double clicked the setup.exe file, it appears that the driver did NOT update.

    Any special steps I need to do to get these to update properly?

    Thanks,
    Asif

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Asif, try the Intel Driver Update Utility included in the post. If this doesn’t update your drivers, then you already have the latest versions 🙂

    • andrea
      Reply

      be careful with wlan/bluetooth drivers. It depends on which wireless module you have installed, for ex. I have an Intel 7260ac, almost new, but installing latest bluetooth drivers they dont work (and icon disappear). As Ivan said it’s better to install Intel Driver Update Utility, more accurate on intel products. Cheers

  • Christian
    Reply

    EPIC!!

  • andrea
    Reply

    also card reader drivers! (mine was obsolete into a 2015’s notebook!!!!) awesome!!!! just remain mainboard drivers haha. tnx and happy new year!

    • Ivan
      Reply

      The list continues to grow. I added LAN, BIOS and everything I found in the Other drivers section. Happy new year!

      • andrea
        Reply

        man… I just deleted asus website from my bookmarks lol.. this site is so far better, updated 6 prehistorical drivers and now no more buzz noises from notebook. You can’t know how much this site has been helpful for me, beer coming when I’ll open a paypal account 😀

  • Steffan
    Reply

    Thank you very much for this list.. This is really something asus should provide!!!

  • Heri Putra Efendi, CHtd., CI
    Reply

    Thank You Very Much my Friend Ivan… I’m from Indonesia
    This is Amazing…

  • Nazanin
    Reply

    Thank you so much.
    I can find everything that I couldn’t find in asus website

  • Mark
    Reply

    Any idea why when I close the lid and reopen, it restarts (Not hibernate or sleep)? I’ve checked all the advanced power management settings. It did work to close the lid and reopen, “sleep”, but that was right after the fresh Windows 10 install… after installing all the drivers it doesn’t sleep… just full restart.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Mark, that seems a Windows issue, check the settings again. Also, try installing Instant On (use the link for Windows 8).

      • Mark
        Reply

        InstantOn did not solve it. Its strange cause every time I open the lid (after manually restarting, hibernating, closing the lid with any advanced power setting…anything) I get the ASUS boot splash screen and then it will cut to the Windows10 lockscreen. Why does it show the ASUS screen?

        Do you think the drivers changed a Windows Setting? Any idea what driver may have caused this so I can start rolling them back on-by-one?

        Thanks for all the help Ivan, the site has made it super simple to go to W10 (save for this one frustrating hangup)

    • Gokul
      Reply

      Hey Mark,
      I am having the same issue as well when I close the lid. Tried reinstalling Windows even. Still the issue persists. tried contacting Microsoft and ASUS customer support. Asus service guy came, checked my brand new ROG GL552JX and said the issue will be fixed after a mother board replacement.
      Anyone please help. This issue is making me go insane. I can’t use the Sleep functionality anymore.

      @Ivan, Thanks a lot for the drivers :). Everything works, except the Splendid video technology. Everytime I install that, I get an error message stating “Unable to install ASUS Splendid Video Enhancement Technology, (error number : Could not find ICM file, installer will be cancelled.)!
      Please help.

    • Gokul
      Reply

      Hey Mark,
      I got my issue fixed 🙂
      I had already called the ASUS technical support team, they sent a guy to check the issue and he said that the motherboard needs to be replaced. But when the support guy came with the motherboard, I asked him to reflash the BIOS (I could’ve done it, but didn’t do it as my laptop was brand new). He upgraded the BIOS to the latest version, installed the graphics drivers (Intel and Nvidia) from ASUS support site and voila! The sleep issue is gone. Now Hibernate and Sleep are working fine. But the black screen upon restarting still exists (looks like a windows 10 and driver issue I guess). The issue doesn’t come when the system is shut down and turned on again. Hope this will solve your issue as well. It might be a corrupted BIOS setting that’s causing the issue or the drivers!

    • Fahrul
      Reply

      Mark, I was having that issue too.. it fixed by downgrading BIOS on my case… I went from 210 to 209 and everything running well.. Sleep feature work like it must do.. Even after upgrading again my BIOS to 210 the sleep feature just working well.. I hope this can fix your problem too.

  • Tudor
    Reply

    For N76VZ laptop? working? all good?

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Tudor, yes, all good for any laptop.

  • mlee
    Reply

    thanks so much!!

  • Nery
    Reply

    I don’t have words to thank you about this. Thanks from Brazil.

  • Jeremy
    Reply

    I just updated my Windows this morning. I had turned off my touchpad (I use a mouse) using the Smart Gesture and ATK Package before but it seems after the Windows update the whole thing started working again on it’s own. This is really frustrating because I do game and having the touchpad on really messes with me. I am trying the update which was released today to see if this helps any. Does anyone know if I must do this after every update?

    • andrea
      Reply

      what’s the problem? just type “fn” (function button) + f9 (or your own touchpad button) to enable or disable it

  • Mark
    Reply

    Will these drivers work with any Asus laptop?
    I had tried an in place update to Win10 64 bit from Win7 64 bit but would have freezes and lock ups and boot issues, with my ASUS K72JK notebook. It would also take long to boot into.
    I chatted with ASUS on line and they said it sounded like a hardware issue, but it was working fine in Windows 7. They repeated that they felt 10 was not supported as they would have updated the drivers.
    I had checked the memory with windows memory diagnostics before the clean install and it was clean and the Sea Tools program said my drive was in good health and chkdsk did not find any issues.
    I have returned to Windows 7 via the recovery and two days in, not one lock up. I wonder if an update to Win 10 NOW will keep all the needed drivers.

    Thanks for any advice on whether to use some of your driver links or not because basically ASUS says if it is not listed for the notebook, don’t upgrade to Win 10. My K72Jk and my M4A785TD-V EVO PC motherboard both don’t show any 10 drivers. I have not tried doing the PC and afraid to after what I went through with the notebook.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Mark, I looked at the support page for K72JK and many of the drivers are listed in the post. You will have to manually search drivers like the ATI Graphics Driver.
      Nevertheless, if one driver has issues and the support is ended you can’t do anything about that. I had to go back to Win 7 on an old notebook since one driver was causing Windows 10 to freeze. If I were you, I would try again until I’m sure there is nothing more to do.

    • Tom
      Reply

      Mark, I have the same problem (Asus K72JK). Updated to latest drivers, changed to SSD and laptop work great… but it freeze constantly (also it happened with the HDD).

      I know that is not due to drivers. It is some service activated randomly (mostly when a mouse is connected via USB). Try to deactivate all non windows drivers and restart. It last almost one month without issues (but sometimes happens again). Then start in troubleshoot mode and mswindows, deactivate services and reactivate again.

      Don’t know how to track which service is having this problem, but it is a temporary solution until I discover what’s going there.

      PS: I have made almost all the tutorials that I have seen in the web with no results.

      • Mark
        Reply

        Ivan and Tom, this may help others with this model.
        I went back to trying an in place upgrade from Win7 with the Asus K72JK. I installed all the drivers, the ATK package seems to connect allot of dots that I did not have the first time.
        However, it still locked up after the first reboot. Doing some searching I noticed an unrelated post about how Bios can get corrupted over time.
        I started to wonder about the bios. It was the only thing not changed even with a clean drive and as Tom stated, he had a new SSD and it failed.
        So I downloaded BIOS 207 which was the latest. I put it on an USB stick and rebooted into the bios. I used EZ Flash and installed a fresh copy of the BIOS.
        It has been 5 days now. NO CRASH. NO LOCK UPS!!! I am not shouting, I am cheering!
        I have done dozens of reboots, wake from sleep, wake from hibernation, cold starts. All going into Windows 10 as it should.
        I have been checking error event logs and nothing critical. There are errors but not one hard drive error like it told me the first time I started the process.
        So I would suggest to just refresh the BIOS with new copy after installing 10.

  • robintson
    Reply

    Hi and Big Thanks for the Asus Drivers. Can you just put a date when a certain driver is released? next to the driver version number.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      I just updated the post with all the Release Dates for each driver. They are shown as tooltips when you place the mouse pointer on a driver. I hope you like it 😃

      • robintson
        Reply

        Thank you, Ivan. Keep it up with this great website which is very useful for all of the “Asus” users and I wish you big success.

  • Nery
    Reply

    beer paid!

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Thank you very much Nery! 😃 Cheers! 🍻

  • SirNotAppearing
    Reply

    Thank you, I have been trying to solve AsMedia USB3.0 not working in Windows 10 to prepare for the Oculus, and I only have 2 USB3.0 ports available so I needed the driver!
    The driver installed successfully, and I confirmed that it replaced the default drivers that were provided by Microsoft. Perfect, THANK YOU!

  • Chauveau
    Reply

    After I have updated “USB charger+” on my Asus 64b W10 I obtain this error message during startup: “m_bBiosSupportV2 is false”.
    Do you know this problem? Regards.

  • kalle narre
    Reply

    Hi, thanks a lot

  • p4j0c4
    Reply

    Windows update – ASUS – Other hardware – Asus Support Device (ASUS Smart Gesture v4.0.5) overwrites ASUS Smart Gesture v4.0.12 (64-bit) drivers.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Here I explain how to stop ELAN driver updates which override ASUS Smart Gesture. You can use the same procedure.

  • manoftheworld
    Reply

    thanks Ivan.. helps a lottt!!!

  • Lloyd
    Reply

    Qualcomm Atheros drivers fixed a problem that started when I upgraded to Windows 8 and continued through Windows 8.1 and now Windows 10. My ASUS Notebook would regularly freeze. I spent hours sorting out the freezing problem that was fixed after I disabled my Qualcomm Atheros Gigabit adaptor.

    I just installed the drivers from your link and the install re-enabled the Qualcomm Atheros Gigabit adaptor. My Notebook is working perfectly with Ethernet attached. You have done an amazing job pulling all this info together. Many thx.

  • Virginia D.
    Reply

    Thank you so much! I first lost my asus smart gesture when I upgraded from windows 8 to windows 10 (not really an upgrade) your suggestion worked perfectly. Two days ago there was another update and I lost the smart gesture yet again (I really don’t like windows 10). Anyway, your drivers worked again, and so the touchpad feature is working once again. Thanks!

  • SVDW91
    Reply

    I have a N56VZ notebook with Windows 7 and I am planning the upgrade to Windows 10.
    Currently I use Wireless Switch/Console 3 to turn on/off wifi/Bluetooth.
    Is this option or something similar still available in Windows 10?

    • Ivan
      Reply

      With the ATK Package you can control that with your hot-keys. The new Windows 10 UI also includes an easy access to enable/disable WiFi or Bluetooth. Just in case, I will add ASUS Wireless Switch V3.0.47 to the Other drivers section.

  • norti
    Reply

    Thank you Ivan for your great work! It is a pain to look for updated drivers on the ASUS Support sites…

    Can you please add changelogs to the “Last updated” info section, so we know which driver was updated? 🙂

    Thanks again!

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Norti, I just added a Changelog. I hope recurring users find it useful. Thanks for the feedback! 👍

  • kafifni
    Reply

    Many thanks; this collection has been a fantastic time saver!
    If I may add a little info I stumbled upon by coincidence: you can download the latest “Smart Gesture” touchpad drivers under remotelink.asus.com, current version is 4.3.9.
    Cheers!

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Kafifni, I’ve been just testing Remote Link and it is listed in Windows as ASUS Smart Gesture version 4.3.9. However, the version number does not correspond to Smart Gesture since the application has less features than the latest one. In addition, Mobile Control tab shows an older Server Version (1.0.1.12 vs. 1.0.3.12).

  • Nelson
    Reply

    I have downloaded the latest ATK Package and it seems to work fine for everything except my keyboard backlight (the Fn + F3 or Fn + F4 buttons). Model: Asus N550JK. I was wondering if you knew any ways as to how to resolve this issue? Thanks 🙂

    • Pieter
      Reply

      Nelson, did you find a solution to this issue? I have the exact same issue on my Asus NX500J. I have the latest ATK package installed but Fn+F3 and Fn+F4 is not doing anything. Everything else is working fine. Thanks!

      • Nelson
        Reply

        Hey Pieter! Sorry I still have not found a way to fix this
        Hopefully there is a solution to this problem soon 🙂

        • Pieter
          Reply

          Thanks for your reply Nelson, and pity you also haven’t found a fix for this problem. Actually the backlight on my silver keys isn’t all that great anyways, but I really hate it if things don’t work as they should. 🙂

  • Srdjan
    Reply

    Hello, I have a problem with driver for camera model K52JC. Please help

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Srdjan, I added the link to the Camera drivers for Windows 7 and some notes about them.

  • Stuart
    Reply

    My ASUS laptop (N550J) keeps getting BSOD with the FAULTY_HARDWARE_CORRUPTED_PAGE error displayed. I’ve updated the ATK and SmartGesture drivers (which was reportedly part of the problem), but it is still happening. Any idea on what else I should try? Thanks!

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Stuart, update all drivers and also the BIOS. There are lots of replies about your issue here.

  • Alex
    Reply

    Publish Intel Driver for Display (provided by Asus) Please.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Alex, I re-added the links in the Graphics section. You need to know which Intel chipset you have before downloading.

      • Alex
        Reply

        I have Ivy Bridge, but you don’t share link for it 🙁

        • Ivan
          Reply

          I included the links that ASUS provides, as you asked 🙂 . For your case, I recommend you to use the Intel Driver Update Utility or just leave it to Windows Update.

  • Fahrul
    Reply

    Asus Power4Gear Hybrid version 3.0.5 is built with “Instant On”, so you don’t need to install Asus Instant On… maybe you should upload that version, in case someone who not like the Instant On graphic interface on their desktop.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      ASUS must had a reason to remove Instant On from the latest version. Also, there were fixes in the middle that you will loose. If you don’t want Instant On to be shown on the Desktop, you can configure it, just go to the settings.

  • yusuf
    Reply

    hey, the last of intel bluetooth driver has power problem to start up bluetooth. I looked for previous driver and it works fine but the latest one has problems.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Thanks for reporting it. I change it to version 18.1.1535.1946.

  • Lowell
    Reply

    A question: Are these drivers for N56V model? (Not N56VM,VV,VZ) Thanx.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Yes, they are for any notebook. I’ve just updated today’s version for ATK driver.

  • Andrew
    Reply

    You’re doing an awesome job Ivan! Thanks a bunch!

    I have a recommendation for the site: please compact the comment section, as the web page is getting longer and longer. Something like showing the most recent comments or a ‘Load comments’ button 🙂

    Regards

  • Carlos
    Reply

    somebody have the problem of “m_bBiosSupportV2 is false” when is installed the usb charger plus? Seems like is a common problem in all the Asus, mine is N53sm. Thanks for the updates Ivan!

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Carlos, check my previous reply. Also, I saw some error messages from USB Charger Plus at startup when I updated ATK and turned off the computer without restarting. That is, if you update ATK you must restart Windows.

      • carlos
        Reply

        Thanks so much Ivan for the information, but still don’t work. I reinstall ATK restarting the computer after, if I install charger plus v2.0.8 all the USBs don’t work that all, if I install the charger plus v4.1.6 still the message “m_bBiosSupportV2 is false”. Great job this web!

  • Hannay
    Reply

    Incredible job man ! I was stuck on my T300LA with the 2 fingers scrolling not working and I install the version for win 8.1 as you said. It worked great !
    You also gathered all the lastest asus drivers in one place. Even on the official asus website it’s not as good as you did ! Cheers !

  • Tim
    Reply

    I have no back lighting on my G751JT-TH71 laptop, Fn+F3 and Fn+F4 don’t work. Can you help?

  • Veronica
    Reply

    Thank you so much for this website. It helped me fix problems with my last upate and now it’s been a lifesaver for my workflow with this most recent update as well. I reinstalled the SmartGesture tool, and I really appreciate the extra files added to fix known problems with the build. I just had to thank you, it simply works now!

  • yishay
    Reply

    thank you very very much…

  • Silver
    Reply

    I need your help, I don’t know what graphics driver is the right one for my pc, all of those listed on here work and the one listed on the Asus website is not listed here, my graphics is Intel HD 4400.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      ASUS does not provide an Intel driver for Win 10 for your Haswell chipset (I found the codename here). Use the Intel utility from the post.

      • hh
        Reply

        I tried to use Intel utility and it don’t recognize the Haswell card

  • Fred
    Reply

    I own a ZenBook UX301LAA. Since Windows 10 upgrade the sleeping mode do not work anymore.
    I just installed a new Windows 10 ISO from scratch but nothing better. Is Power4Gear Win10 compatible?

    PS: thank you Ivan in collecting last drivers.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Fred, check the previous comments. Some solved the sleep issue by updating the BIOS and the Graphics drivers, other by downgrading the BIOS.

      • Fred
        Reply

        it’s true that I started getting the sleep / hibernate problem from the bios update.
        For my Asus Zenbook UX301LAA (4500) bios was in v209 and is now in v211
        I tryed to downgrade but Winflash don’t allow it. Do you know how to do?

        • Ivan
          Reply

          Fred, I just added how to downgrade the BIOS on the post. You need to run WinFlash with the /nodate parameter.

          • Fred

            downgrade from v211 to v209 done… sleep mode OK !!
            Thank you very much Ivan, you gave me a better support than Asus 🙁

            I installed Windows 10 from an ISO. Then, I installed the Asus drivers downloaded from this nice blog. I solve the last unknown device detected by Windows device manager: ACPI\INT33A0\0 with this driver: Intel Smart Connect Technology.

  • Methz
    Reply

    I have ASUS F751M model, I tried to update ATK and Smart Gesture but it still shows a yellow triangle at touchpad (error code 24). I also tried v2.2.8 with the same result. Did I do something wrong?

  • John B
    Reply

    Hi again Ivan, I have been getting the ‘Display Driver Stopped Responding and Has Recovered’ error occasionally and have seen various fixes. Thought I’d get your input first. I have Intel HD Graphics 4600, driver: 10.18.15.4256 (2015-07-17). Intel driver update utility says latest driver installed but Intel site says driver: 15.40.10.64.4300 (2015-10-26) is available. I believe this is the same Intel setup as you have, so wondering which driver you have installed.
    Thank you!

    • Ivan
      Reply

      John, I have another GPU, mine is HD Graphics 4000. Version numbers between Windows Update and Intel don’t match, although in my case WU driver is newer according to the date. Nevertheless, as I mention in the post, you could try to install the drivers from Intel site but WU might override them (here is how to stop that). For your issue, there is a Microsoft fix here. Also, install the latest NVIDIA driver (in case the error message didn’t show which GPU failed).

      • John B
        Reply

        Thanks Ivan! Oh sorry, I must have misread your earlier post re 4000 vs 4600:)

        I saw the Microsoft fix (option 1-regedit) on another site and was a little reluctant but feel a little better about it now. I do have the latest NVIDIA and yes, the error did say it was the Intel, not the NVIDIA. I’m actually just going to bookmark everything for now with that latest Intel driver installed and see how it goes. If the issue repeats again, I’ll try the regedit fix. Meanwhile, I’ll keep an eye on WU too and see if it overrides the Intel driver.

        Thanks again!

  • SKM0005
    Reply

    Hi there!
    Great work by this site 🙂

    I have a VivoBook X202E Windows 10 64-bit. The physical keys “Caps Lock”, “Tab”, “Tilda” are not working as on-screen it works… and function keys are not switching the extra functions. Do you think I may take ATK_Hotkey_WIN7_32_64_z100056?

    It’s on ATK Package 1.0.0.0027, ASUS Smart Gesture 4.0.5. Do you think by upgrading it may improve?

    • Ivan
      Reply

      You must update your ATK Package driver to v1.0.0038 or above, as ASUS support says. ATK Hotkey is already included in the ATK Package.

  • IJA
    Reply

    Thank you so much for the drivers! I really appreciate.
    I’ve got another issue though. My Asus won’t awake once I put it to sleep, it automatically shuts down. What could be the cause of this?

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Again, check the previous comments. Some solved the sleep issue by updating the BIOS and the Graphics drivers, other by downgrading the BIOS.

  • Julian
    Reply

    I have a P52F Laptop what has been upgraded from Win 7 pro (x64) to Win10 pro (x64).
    It still has the win7 drivers listed on the Asus support website and they are much older than those listed by you.
    Are the version listed here ok to install on the P52F i3, or am I better off staying on the Win 7 drivers listed by ASUS?

    By the way, you are a genius for providing this site, and I agree with everyone else – why cannot ASUS simplify the support pages!

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Julian, you can use many drivers from the post according to the P52F support page. Just check which vendor do you have before installing.

  • Anton
    Reply

    Thank you very much for the this page. It’s so convenient! I’d never find all these drivers without your help. Please keep updating the page. I’ve sent a small donation also, have a beer!

    Thank you!

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Anton, I’m glad it helped. Thanks! 🍻

  • Wayne
    Reply

    I need a Bluetooth driver for my X750L. How do I determine ‘the Bluetooth vendor on your ASUS Notebook’?
    Great site,
    Thanks

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Check the Device manager (right-clic on Windows start menu icon). Then, go to the Bluetooth section and double clic the entry. There you can check the vendor.

      • Wayne
        Reply

        thanks for the quick reply Ivan. My problem is that nothing shows up in Device Manager. So I figured I needed a driver of some sort, but how do I determine which one to download?

        • Gonzalo
          Reply

          In the Device Manager double click the unknown device, click on the ‘Details’ tab, and check for the hardware ids. Try doing a Google search for some of them and surely you’ll end up with results mentioning the brand name of your bluetooth device.

  • Mark
    Reply

    Thank you so much! Please keep it updated.. 🙂

  • David
    Reply

    I really thank you for your help doing this… But I’m really upset because my UX32VD (with SSD) is suffering bottleneck and memory problems since Windows 10. I tried everything and nothing seems to fix the problem. I updated everything, tried clean install, etc… but the performance of the system is slow with lag and memory leaks!

    Do you know how to fix that?

    On Windows 8.1 the system worked 100% well!

    • jarodsix
      Reply

      I have UX32VD (came with Win7 and HDD, now swapped for an SSD) and it works ok with Win10.
      I use only drivers from Windows Update, with the exception of these 3:
      – ATKPackage from this site
      – Power4Gear Hybrid for Win8.1 – from this site
      – newer Intel VGA driver (Intel driver update)
      I don’t use any other utilities, because they are either not needed in Win10 (keyboard device filter, Asus Wireless switch), or useless (for me) (Asus Splendid, Instant On, USB Charger, Intel Rapid stuff, Asus Live update, Intel WiDi), or could cause serious problems (ExpressCache).
      I had to update BIOS to v214 (my model is UX32VD, not UX32VDA!!!), because BIOS v206 was not working well with Win10 (backlight control, bootup speed).
      Other questions:
      Is by any chance your internal Sandisk iSSD failing (the 24GB one)?
      Have you downgraded the Intel Dynamic Platform and Thermal framework driver (DPTF) to v6.x or v7.x for Win8. It is needed for powermanagement to work

  • MP
    Reply

    You fixed my Fn + F9 problem. Thank you. You are heaven sent. 😉

  • Luke
    Reply

    This website is great, thanks ! Made it so easy to update my drivers.

  • Daniel Van Dyke
    Reply

    Thank you very much for your work and help Ivan! You’re site is awesome!

    I have a S56C / K56CA, and I’m trying to install the Qualcom Atheros 12.0.0.127 WLAN drivers. But when I do, the installed version shows 11.0.0.0095.

    Is there something you may know of that I’m doing wrong, or is it possible you have the 11.0.0.0095 drivers posted instead of the 12.0.0.127?

    Thank you!

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Thanks for pointing that out, indeed the installer inside shows version 11.0.0.0095. Nevertheless, I found that the driver 12.0.0.127 is for Qualcomm Atheros 61×4 WLAN (different chipset, I guess). So, I updated the link back to the latest 10.x series.

  • Collignon
    Reply

    Hi all,
    since the latest Win10 Build update of 8th of March, on my ASUS PRO B551LG my battery does not work anymore.
    Windows says it is well fully charged with the full icon on right corner, but clicking on it I can read: “this battery is not available for use”.
    It sounds like Windows is not able to use it again.
    I tried to uninstall the battery APCI compliant drivers and reinstall but nothing changed.
    I did not try to uninstall the Microsoft AC adapter driver because I’m afraid it will definitely kill the PC to boot.
    Can somebody help on this matter? I opened a ticket on ASUS Support and the only thing they propose me is to send back the complete PC and they will reformat it to Win8.1!

    • Jaku
      Reply

      Yeah, I have the same problem (Win10, UX303). I tried reinstalling the MS drivers and my battery just won’t charge up to 100%. I even bought a new charger, but that just changed to maximum percentage the battery is being charged (92% compared to 95% now). Then it just either says “X minutes to full charge” – but never reaches 100% – or “battery not charging” and doesn’t charge at all.

      Would anyone have any kind of solution? Help would be much appreciated!!!

      • Ivan
        Reply

        Just to clarify, not charging the battery when is above 95% is the expected behaviour. Read this FAQ.

  • BrIaN
    Reply

    It’s helpful! Thank you for share!

  • Adamas Igma
    Reply

    Ivan ho trovato il tuo sito molto chiaro utile, ed interessante, per scaricare download driver od aggiornamenti, nel casoi di installazione-reinstallazione. Cordilamente, Dr. Prof Adamas Igma.

  • Anonymous
    Reply

    I need to install a camera driver since mine somehow was deleted. The problem is I cannot obtain the PID number since the driver is already deleted. I just don’t know what to do at this point.

  • Vitaliy P.
    Reply

    Bookmarked +1

  • khalil
    Reply

    How do I check my chipset vendor? I have Asus X555LN with Intel core i7 4510U. My computer doesn’t shut down properly after 2 hours (Windows 10, clean install). Can you tell me which Intel driver should I install please

    • Ivan
      Reply

      The codename for your Intel processor is Haswell. You could use the Intel utility.

      • khalil
        Reply

        I have used the Skylake chipset update before I read your message and my problem has been solved. Could the Skylake drivers work properly in my computer?

  • Ben
    Reply

    Wow what a fantastic website! You’ve revolutionised my Windows 10 x64 reformats on my Asus laptops! You sir are one awesome dude, cheers! 😀

  • Carlos
    Reply

    Thank you very much, I’ve been using this to update my laptop pretty frequently, you’re the best! 🙂

  • Amir
    Reply

    Thank you very much! I love websites that are truly up to date
    I found everything I wanted here

  • notaspammer
    Reply

    Hi, is ATK package for every asus notebook? like all in one for asus laptop?

    I have problem with backlit keyboard, asus says it illuminate with base on ambient light sensor, but no luck to illuminate the keyboard so will the latest v 1.0.0043 will fix it? thanks.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Yes, ATK is compatible with all ASUS laptops.

  • Rey
    Reply

    So… LiveUpdate is not working at all. Any ideas why?

    • Ivan
      Reply

      ASUS Live Update never worked, at least for me. That is, the program runs but never finds updates.

      • Rey
        Reply

        Thanks for the swift reply. After doing some research I found the same answers. How disappointing. Asus still rules though!

  • Gonzalo Infante
    Reply

    When I put my notebook to sleep while headphones are plugged, if I unplug headphones and wake it up I have no sound coming from the speakers. I have to plug my headphones again and unplug them to get sound back from the speakers. Does anyone else have this problem?
    (Using latest Conexant driver).

    • Ivan
      Reply

      I tried that on a Realtek and works fine, so it must be an issue of the Conexant driver.

    • zishanvista
      Reply

      same here.. the solution is to use generic audio driver instead of Conexant one but you don’t get to use ICE Sound in that case. If there is no sound after waking up with headphone plugged in while sleeping then you need to “Troubleshoot Audio problems” and use the generic windows driver.
      To prevent reinstallation of Conexant driver from Windows Update hide it using the supplied tool (wushowhide.exe).

  • Ben
    Reply

    Newer versions out: Intel Rapid Storage Technology (don’t install application unless desired, just use f6flpy drivers to update your SATA AHCI controller et al in device manager or have disk when reformatting), Intel Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework, and Intel Management Engine Interface. All installed and working fine on my Asus Zenbook UX32LA. The links on this site for these three go to an outdated Asus download mirror however… any way to redirect to the direct Intel link?

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Thanks for sending the links! I updated the post 🙂

  • Paul
    Reply

    Hi, is possible to find the “ASUS Installation Wizard” app?

    • Ivan
      Reply

      I did a search about ASUS Installation Wizard and it’s just the autorun app for a driver disk, which is copied to C:\eSupport folder.

  • Dick
    Reply

    I have an Asus VivoTab Note 8 (tablet). Do most of these drivers apply to that? notable exceptions?

    This appears to be a nice collection… in one place. Thanks

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Yes, most of the drivers will work for you. There are some tablet related drivers that you need to download from the support page for your model.

  • Joy
    Reply

    Thank you for your amazing work.
    After installing the ATK driver the fn+… started working properly. However, the brightness control commands (fn+f5 and fn+f6) still face some problems as they work only the first time I use them. For example, when I want to further reduce the brightness by holding the fn key and pressing the f5 key for second, third or fourth time, the command won’t work. Then, after couple of seconds it responds and if I try again the same problem appears. I need help 🙁

  • Migs
    Reply

    Thanks so much. Are these the main important drivers to install?

    Also, my ASUS K501UX could not install these two: Intel Trusted Execution Engine Interface and Intel Collaborative Processor Performance Control.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      You should only install the drivers for the hardware that you have. Those two drivers are not included in the support page for your model, so I’m guessing you don’t need them. Check the Device Manager to see what you need to install.

  • Mark
    Reply

    thank you very much… my GL551JX ROG gets hot and shuts down when gaming using hdmi LCD with the screen closed on the laptop. Maybe the heat management now will allow me to keep the laptop closed when gaming.

    How do I identify my chipset to check the driver version? Thanks

  • Paul
    Reply

    Nice site, really appreciate your efforts to help supply ASUS drivers for Windows 10, this was a big help.
    Only driver that was not here was the card driver for ASUS M50SA, it is a Ricoh R5C833.
    I downloaded Dells driver package for this, which worked perfectly: R5C833/R5U230 Driver.

  • Aleksandar
    Reply

    I love this website. I am finally able to update my Zenbook without spending hours looking for the latest drivers. 😀

    P.S. Does anyone know if there is a similar website for latest Toshiba drivers?

  • Alex
    Reply

    Where I can get a driver for USB3? After installing Win 10, it does not work!
    Checking Device Manager in “Universal Serial Bus controllers” I have an “!” at “Fresco Logic xHCI (USB3) Root Hub”. Any suggestions? thanks

    • Ivan
      Reply

      I added the Fresco USB 3.0 driver from ASUS for Win8 and the latest one from Fresco Logic in the Other drivers section.

      • Alex
        Reply

        Thank you very much, now it works! You are the best!
        I was looking for drivers since last year and now I have it.
        Thanks for great support.

  • Steph
    Reply

    Just bought the ROG GL752VW (Windows 10 clean install) and installed all drivers from ASUS support page.

    I see some of the drivers on this page have different versions from the ASUS site.
    Example: ASUS link = ATK V1.0.0040 vs this page V1.0.0043.

    How come I don’t see ATK V1.0.0043 on the ASUS link for my laptop model? Is it because it is not compatible with my model?

    Thanks in advance for your support.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Yes, it is compatible with all laptops models including yours. ASUS does not update their support pages, that’s all.

  • niphor
    Reply

    it’s very helpful, thank you very much

  • Stan
    Reply

    Thank you very much! I’m just curious how you got all these drivers if Asus is not updating theirs.

  • Benjamin Cudjoe
    Reply

    I just got new ASUS K501LB and got to know that some of the On Screen Display (installation displays etc.) appear a bit blurry on the built-in display but appears fine on an extended screen and other pop up windows that appear fine on the built-in display also appears blurry on an extended screen.
    Any help you can offer.
    Thank you.

  • BE
    Reply

    I had an issue with the energy saving mode under win10 after upgrade as well as clean install. Finally, the solution was to install the same bios version for Asus UX303LN again! Thanky you so much for the information on this website, best for solving asus windows 10 issues!

  • Henry
    Reply

    I have a TP300LD and the fliplock function doesn’t seem to work. I’ve tried all the sets of drivers but none of them work properly. Right now I have ATP package v41, Smart Gesture v4.05, Fliplock v03 and HDD protection v67. Help me please 🙁

    • kim
      Reply

      Same 🙁 how about your auto rotation? mine isn’t working nor there’s a setting for it

  • Mattnok
    Reply

    ASUS R510JX. Got BSOD while using uTorrent: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA. I have been looking what’s causing the problem. It’s the Broadcom wlan driver. I have installed many versions for W10 and W8 and the only one that’s not causing trouble is the 6.30 version from 2013. But now I have some Internet dropping connection. Anyone with no issues with a most recent Broadcom driver?
    Thanks.

  • Angela
    Reply

    Hi! My computer freezes and I keep getting this message: WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR
    I have an Asus F550C Notebook PC. I had Windows 8.1 when the errors started to appear and now I installed Windows 10, but I keep having this error.
    If I install these drivers do you think it would help? thanks 🙂

    • Ivan
      Reply

      It seems you have a hardware issue. Try to reinstall or update to the latest BIOS version. Also, reset BIOS settings to default values and disable any CPU overclock.

  • Marco
    Reply

    Your information and the driver downloads helped me save my Asus notebook. Thanks a lot!!

  • Ilpo Leppänen
    Reply

    Thanks for this amazing driver listing!

    My model is A55VM and I struggling to identify the devices on it by manufacturer because after each reinstall Windows update finds drivers by different manufacturer for same device than before. Is there a utility to EXACTLY identify the physical components via Windows?

    I am thinking about updating my BIOS which is currently 211. Would it be possible to update to the 3xx even though these newer versions are not listed at A55VM’s support page?

    • Ivan
      Reply

      The only way to exactly know what hardware do you have is to go to Device Manager > right-click on the device > Properties > Details tab > Hardware Ids. Then, you can Google the id to discover the real vendor.

      Do not change your BIOS, you already have the latest 211 version, according to the support page for your laptop.

  • Ayse
    Reply

    Hello Ivan, thanks for your help with these maddening drivers. I did all you said with the wireless problem but either I did something wrong or my laptop didn’t find it a good solution 😄. It still doesn’t connect to internet. I don’t know what to do next. The Windows solution finding program still says there are some missing network protocols. I would really be happy if you could help me. Thanks already

    • Ivan
      Reply

      First, check your WLAN and LAN devices in the Device Manager to know what you have, look for Hardware ids and Driver version. Then, choose what to download and install the corresponding driver.

  • Tim
    Reply

    I have an old ASUS laptop (N55SF). It has a Sonic Master subwoofer.

    The newest audio driver for my laptop is: Audio_Realtek_SM_Win8_32_64_Z6016733

    • Ivan
      Reply

      I compared Audio_Realtek_Win8_64_ZV6016733.zip with Audio_Realtek_SM_Win8_32_64_Z6016733.zip and the “SM” version only adds a ASF3GUI folder, but the driver is the same. So, I think you can use the latest Realtek driver from the post. Have you try it?

      • Tim
        Reply

        When I copy the ASF3GUI folder to your driver, it works! It’s installing SonicMaster too when it’s installing the Realtek driver.

        Thanks man!

  • Simon
    Reply

    I’ve got an ASUS N56V with Windows 10 but on the ASUS website it only has BIOS updates for Windows 8.1. Can I use those for the BIOS updates?

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Yes, if your current BIOS version is not the latest you can use the one for Win 8.1

  • Lionel Leow
    Reply

    Just updated my Asus UX31A to Windows 10, everything seems to be OK but under advanced power settings, there isn’t any options to adjust the thermal design power (TDP) for my ivy bridge processor anymore, despite installing the Intel Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework Settings. I have tried the win 7 and 8 versions from the Asus website as well as the skylake ones here… Any suggestions? Would like to be able to throttle my tdp during battery mode to extend batt life..

  • Herbert
    Reply

    Some updated drivers: ICEsound, IRST_Intel_Skylake and VGA_Intel_Skylake.

    And there’s another way to get device drivers, go to Microsoft Update Catalog with IE, search with driver name or device id, like: Conexant, Genesys, Intel HD Graphics

  • Ahmed
    Reply

    Thank you for your amazing work.
    I have laptop Asus N550JK, which bios should I install or when do I know I have problem with bios and should upgrade or downgrade?
    Is power4gear compatible with windows 10 or not?
    Thank you Mr. Ivan, wait your kindly reply

    • Ivan
      Reply

      It’s always good to have the latest BIOS installed. For your laptop, latest BIOS version is 208 but it’s quite old so surely you already have it. Regarding Power4Gear, yes, you can install it on Windows 10.

  • Leo
    Reply

    Thanks a lot for the drivers for Asus K55VJ.
    My unit conked out recently because of a defective video card. Your providing the list of downloadable drivers has made it easier for me to reformat my unit once I get it back from the shop.
    All the best to your generosity and you!

  • Terry
    Reply

    Asus Live Update got 3.4.1

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Remove ASUS Live Update from your system. Thanks for the update, when I searched for the link I found the news that it allows hackers to do remote code execution. See DeadUpdate and Duo Security report.

  • Diogo
    Reply

    Thanks Ivan, for this awesome work.
    Just want to give a heads up for people with a X552LD, like me. I needed to downgrade the Intel Management Engine Interface 11.0.5.1192 to the Windows 8.1 driver version 9.5.24.1790, so my laptop was able to properly shutdown.

    Also, since I installed a Samsung 850 SSD on my laptop I’ve been unable to use “sleep/turn off screen” power save options. I’ve searched all over the internet, I’ve tried 1001 things (like turn off hibernation, change power settings, etc), but nothing seems to work. I had to simple turn all the power saving options to never.

    Have you heard of such problem? Thank you.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Some solved the hibernate issue upgrading or downgrading the BIOS (Fahrul, Fred). You can find the BIOS file in the OS: “Others” option of the ASUS site. Instructions are in the BIOS section.

      • Diogo
        Reply

        Oh man, you’re the best! I had the 307 version installed, but I decided to download the 307 version from the Asus website anyway, cause the dates didn’t match. WinFlash said it was an older version (which in this case was a good sign), so I ran the /nodate command, and success!

        I’ll buy you a beer for sure!

        PS: the Qualcomm Atheros AR9485 10.0.0.340 may slow down the internet (it did in my case). I needed to rollback to 10.0.0.321

  • John Doe
    Reply

    Great List! Keep it up!

  • Ampexv
    Reply

    Dopo aver passato un pomeriggio a tentare di far funzionare un ASUS N55SF alla fine sono incappato in questo sito e ho risolto tutti i problemi audio, compreso il sub Sonicmaster.

    Grazie 1000!!

  • Alf
    Reply

    Asus can only dream with such an up-to-date and organized site like yours. Fantastic job!!

    I own an Asus ROG G750JS and I decided it was time to update some stuff. At the moment, I’m updating all Asus Apps ( Backtracker, WinFlash, etc ) to last version. I have a question tough… Reading through the comments, I notice you said ATK Package can be used in any Laptop, but my question is, what about Splendid?

    Anyway, I’ll leave my contribution to this great site here. You are missing Asus GPU Tweak App, in your site. Do notice that there’s 2 versions of this App, one for ROG Laptops with Optimus Technology (like my Laptop) and other for no-Optimus Laptops, and I believe this last one can be used with Asus Desktops as well. Also, USB Charger Plus has a new version 4.1.7.

    Keep up the great work!! I already pointed some friends, that have Asus Laptops, to your very useful site.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      The Splendid app is the same for all laptops too, but they include the corresponding ICM (Image Color Matching) files depending on the laptop model. So, if the version here throws you an error regarding the ICM file, you should use the app from the support site for your specific ASUS model. Also, you can copy the ICM files for your laptop in the /data/ColorTable/ folder of the installer for the latest version.
      Thanks for sending the GPU Tweak link, I added it to the list 👍
      Regarding USB Charger Plus 4.1.7, the installer has some conflicts with Windows (at least for me), that’s why I didn’t update it.

      • Alf
        Reply

        Thanks for the quick explanation, Ivan =D
        The other version of GPU Tweak for Graphic cards it’s here. It’s for no-optimus ROG Laptops. Last series that used this app were ROG G751 series. Asus then, for next ROG Laptops series (ROG G752), replaced both GPU Tweak apps for Asus Gaming Center app. They need to keep inventing the wheel for every new Laptop series, hehe =P

  • Vimalesan
    Reply

    Thanks for your post, really happy fixed my touch pad gesture issue after the update. Great Work!

  • Joseph
    Reply

    Thanks, this site has been a great help getting my N50Vn updated to Windows 10. Now my only problem is that the camera (Lifeframe) has everything inverted. Do you know which driver I have to modify? I had it fixed before I upgraded to Win 10, but I can’t remember what I did.
    Thank you.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Read the notes where I explain how to find the camera PID. Then, download and install the corresponding driver.

  • Antonio Lagarto
    Reply

    Did the update of my ASUS X45U for Windows 10 and after the update my CD/DVD player never came back to work or to appear in Device Manager. Could someone help me?

  • Rob Dumont
    Reply

    Great site Ivan! After upgrading my ASUS U31SD to Windows 10 my disk is often running at 100%. Lots of info on the web, turning off Windows services, flash, Skype, etc. but I’m still having the issue. Is there any disk drivers or bios updates that I should consider?

    • Ivan
      Reply

      The easiest way to find which process is to blame is by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del > Task Manager. There you can see which process is consuming your resources.

      I recommend you to disable Windows Update “PCs on the Internet” option.

  • Claudiu
    Reply

    God bless you, kind sir

  • Byron Wilson
    Reply

    Enjoy the beer!
    Your work is a great example of what the web can be. Thanks for taking the time to share your knowledge and filling in where the manufacturer has left a big gap in support… my X202E is now a full-fledged Windows 10 machine (with SSD upgrade) and all the original ASUS features working (except for the Blue Asus Key…)

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Thank you very much for your donation! Cheers! 🍻

  • Stephen Moss
    Reply

    Ivan thank you for all this info. Everything worked out great except my back light keyboard. I installed the latest ATK and all my function keys work great except for F3 and F4 to turn on the the keyboard light. Before I found your site I tried Asus and various other sites but none worked. Could it be something else. I have a Asus 2 in 1 Q502LA 15″ with Intel I5.

  • João Rodrigues
    Reply

    I have a M70VR with windows 10. I installed the ATK Utilities but I am unable to switch my WiFi on and off. Only by using the windows 10 WiFi button (near the sound icon). Everytime I press Fn+F2 (or by using the hardware switch on the side of the laptop) I can only switch the bluetooth.
    Everytime, on boot, WiFi is disabled. If I uninstall the ATK package, this does not happen, but I can’t also use the hotkeys.

    Any solution? Thank you.

  • Dave
    Reply

    Hey Ivan, I can’t believe the work you’re doing here!!! amazing..
    I have been suffering a sleep mode bsod upon wake that sends me to the bios. I’m on an N550JV with an adata SX900 SSD as my only drive. My bios is the latest 208 and all drivers have been updated but the problem still persists.. as if my drive simply disconnects when I put it into sleep mode.. I have been trying to get past this for a month now and can’t figure it out.. do you think there are any Asus factory programs and associated drivers I should install at this point?

  • Martin
    Reply

    Where can I find updates to Intel Graphics 4600 HD? Intel updates don’t work for Asus notebooks

  • Andras
    Reply

    Thank you for this post! This is the best!

    I have an ASUS N53SN with GPU indicator LED (blue = Intel, white = Nvidia). This worked until I updated the Intel Chipset Driver by Device Manager. This is a funny fact, because the installed version is 11.x and the Windows wants to “update” to 10.x. I installed the update, but after that the GPU LED is always white. I tried to check which was the GPU in use, but the Nvidia’s GPU detector couldn’t find anything.

  • Phil
    Reply

    Hi there – so happy to have found this place: SHAME on Asus I must say!

    Still, I have a problem: Installed Win10 from scratch on my Zenbook UX32LN. Everything is fine BUT the ambient light sensor is not working. Pressing Fn+A results in the OSD toggle message “on/off” but nothing happens. I can manually dim and brighten the screen, everything else seems to work. It is set to on in the energy profile I’m running, toggling it there does not help either.

    In the Control Panel under Devices and Printers it tells me that there was a driver issue with the ambient light sensor, reinstall and reboot are offered but don’t help. In the device manager the sensor doesn’t show up (I don’t know if it should)… not even inactive.

    Latest ATK Package is installed – does that actually contain a driver for the sensor? Never needed one under Win 8.1 after a clean install…

    Thank you for your help!

  • qweesy
    Reply

    There is a newer driver for these items: Intel WiDi 6.0.66.0, Intel wifi PROset 19.0.1, Intel HD Graphics (Skylake) 154025.4464

    I do have a question on the Intel DPTF driver you have listed. The file says it’s for Cherry Trail, will this driver work for Skylake? that is the only driver that I have that isn’t updated but didn’t want to run it if it won’t work for Skylake.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Drivers listed in the post come from ASUS, so you need to wait until they publish the “ASUS” version for the Intel driver. Anyway, I added a link to the Intel WiDi page. Regarding Intel DPTF, I added separate links. Now you have the link for Skylake in the list.

      • qweesy
        Reply

        Cool, thank you so much for your hard work and putting this comprehensive list together for us Asus owners.

        You have saved me so much time. I found your page by looking up the lit keyboard issue. Your site had a newer version of ATK driver but damn man I hit the gold mine.

        Thanks again bro

        • JuL
          Reply

          I haven’t found any new DPTF driver for Ivy Bridge, if by any chance you would, could you please also mention it ? Thanks.

  • molverine00
    Reply

    Please can you add DPTF, MEI and IRST Win10 drivers for Haswell.
    I have overheating problems with Skylake ones.

  • BV
    Reply

    thanks for keeping Asus NB drivers up to date 😉

  • Martin
    Reply

    Thank you for your efforts in keeping our Asus computers current.

  • Tanvi
    Reply

    Thanks, It was helpful. Hope you will do more post in future.

  • Alex
    Reply

    Thanks man. Keep it up to date.

  • Flemming
    Reply

    When try to install any of the ASUS Smart Gesture I get a fault message: “There is a problem with this Windows installer package…”.
    Apart from that I’m very happy with all the good downloads, they work great.
    Regards

    • Ivan
      Reply

      I wrote about that installer message here.
      Thank you very much for your donation! 😃

  • Ernie Vallejo
    Reply

    Hi Ivan, great help on this. I will be sharing your site as I have friends who have Asus laptops. I was able to resolve the audio issue when plugging in a 3.5mm speaker/headphone jack. Now the pop-up shows giving me the option to select mic or headphones. This reinstalled/enable the HD VDeck application. By the way, my machine is an X202E. Keep up the good work.

  • Alexandre L.
    Reply

    Hi, what do you mean by “Since the installer for this version is not trusted by Windows, I will leave it as a separate link.” ? Talking about WU ?
    Thanks for doing Asus’s job, their removal of the ability to search for specific drivers is lame 🙁

    • Ivan
      Reply

      No, when you run the installer Windows throws a message: “Windows protected your PC. Windows SmartScreen prevented an unrecognized app from starting. Running this app might put your PC at risk.“.
      Probably they forgot to sign the installer, since it says “Publisher: Unknown Publisher”.

      • Alexandre L.
        Reply

        Oh, that! No, it’s more that the file is marked as downloaded from Internet (you can see that in properties) and file isn’t widely known yet, and probably not so analyzed, so they are doing prevention.
        I have this sometime with not so popular utilities, so I guess this is that.

  • sandisxxx
    Reply

    Very very good job Ivan, this helped me to get latest drivers for my old G74sx without googling and downloading wrong drivers from suspicious websites. Thanks for this website and for your effort!

  • Ben
    Reply

    Nice find in your website. I have been looking for the latest drivers for my Asus ROG G750JS but the website in Asus support doesn’t seems to have the latest Windows 10 drivers.
    I am planning to clean install my Windows 10 Anniversary update within this week using your latest drivers and hopefully I won’t be having any BSOD.

    Thanks heaps..

  • Poireau25
    Reply

    The ambient light sensor won’t start in my UX303UB (Windows 10 fresh install).

    In the Device Manager, it is only visible when I click “Show hidden devices” on the View menu. It has a “code 10” error state: “This device cannot start”. The drivers which are loaded are “acpials.sys”, “SensorsAlsDriver.dll” and “WUDFRd.sys”.

    Has anyone encountered and/or managed to solve this problem?

    • Phil
      Reply

      Hi, as I described a little further up I did indeed have the same problem. I installed Win10 from scratch a few days before the free upgrade period ended, and ended up with the ambient light sensor not working. How did I solve it? I kind of gave up on it and was prepared to settle without. Then, the Redstone Update came along a few days later and after the update finished installing, miraculously the sensor started working…

  • Josh Eck
    Reply

    Thank you for this post, this has helped me a lot with updating to Windows 10 on my UX31A. Everything seems to work as intended, but the only issue I have now is that the backlight on the keyboard still doesn’t work, even when updating to the latest ATK pack 1.0.0047.

    I didn’t know if there was a GUI that allowed me to change settings because I didn’t find anything. Any thoughts?

  • Paulo Cabrita
    Reply

    The new Intel Graphics drivers Skylake (VGA_Intel_Skylake_Win10_64_VER2120164481.zip) can no longer be installed on the ASUS X750JN Intel Core Processor i7-4700HQ with error: This computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing.
    The previous version (VGA_Intel_Skylake_Win10_64_VER2019154454.zip) works correctly.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      The codename for your Intel processor is Haswell and ASUS does not provide an specific VGA driver for that chipset.

  • Vini
    Reply

    Just a suggestion, put the changelog on the top of the page. Thanks for your hard work!

  • Chris
    Reply

    Thank you very much, got my X7BSV (N73SV) fully working with Windows 10 now! ASUS only gives me Windows 7 drivers…
    One thing, it has a “Bang & Olufsen ICEpower” sound bar integrated. It sounds okay with last Realtek drivers, but not as good as before. Any idea of installing Sonic Master software / drivers on Windows 10 x64?

    • Ivan
      Reply

      The software for SonicMaster is called Waves MaxxAudio and it is installed with the Realtek driver. More info here, under Powerful Software Enhancement.

  • Ben Myers
    Reply

    Any way you can post the chip sets for Haswell also. I have the G751 and it uses the Haswell processor. Also, any way you can make the page not auto scroll down? I revisit this page at least 3 times a week, and all I want to see first is the change log (thanks for making that by the way!)

    • Ivan
      Reply

      As I said before, ASUS does not provide specific drivers for Haswell chipset. Save this link to go directly to the changelog. If you don’t want the auto scroll, remove the hashtag from the link to start from the top 🙂

      • Ben Myers
        Reply

        thanks!

  • qweesy
    Reply

    I’m having trouble finding the latest “Intel(R) Serial IO I2C Driver” for my GL502VT. Pretty sure there is an update by now, the driver on ASUS download page is a year old. The Intel site has one for Windows 10 but once downloaded the zip file says “For Braswell”.

    It also looks like Intel removed all WiDi drivers from their page and no longer support that software and after the Win 10 Anniversary Update it keeps saying Windows uninstalled it but really didn’t until I manually removed it. The latest version I have of Intel WiDi is 6.0.66.0

    Can you help me out.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      I added the Intel Serial IO drivers to the list. Thanks for letting me know about the broken links from Intel. Their site says: Intel WiDi and Intel Pro WiDi applications have been discontinued.

  • Jean-Louis
    Reply

    You saved the life of my TX300! Hammer risk is gone! 🙂
    I searched for drivers for a long time, especially Wireless card driver.
    Thanks a lot.

  • Massimo
    Reply

    Thanks for the great work you’ve done.
    I have an Asus X555UJ with Windows 10 and Realtek sound card. If I install the 6.0.1.7891 version you posted, the installation finishes successfully but then from the speakers no sound comes out. If I install the 6.0.1.7620 version from Asus site everything works. Can you help me?

    • Ivan
      Reply

      I posted a newer version (6.0.1.7898), try that one. I can confirm it works since I use it on my laptop.

      • Massimo
        Reply

        Thanks Ivan the new driver 6.0.1.7898 works fine for my Asus X555UJ. Great work, thanks a lot.

  • Frank Penot
    Reply

    you rock… thx… if ever in Bali, I can set you up.

  • Alex
    Reply

    Please add Asus pc diagnostics

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Done! I thought it was intended for Desktop PCs but it worked fine on my laptop. Have fun 🙂

  • Hedry
    Reply

    Thanks for the drivers. You do a better job than ASUS. I have ASUS A455LJ with 5 Generation of Intel Broadwell. Can I install Chipset Intel Skylake? Because I don’t see the Broadwell’s chipset above. Or are the Skylake and Broadwell share one chipset driver?

  • Onyot
    Reply

    After BIOS update, I2C HID device in Device Manager is gone.. and touchpad not working.. I’m using ASUS X556UF. When I installed Smart Gesture it said there’s a problem with Windows installer. Then I tried to clean install Windows 10 but problem still persist. Please help, regards.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      I already wrote how to solve that here.

  • Ricardo
    Reply

    My Asus G751J the backlight keyboard not lighting up. This happened after Win 10 upgrade. Does anyone know or have suggestions?

  • Kabir Chandra
    Reply

    Great work Ivan! way to go. Never seen dedicated work like this on your website.
    Please if you can help with
    1- Error 1001: could not find path. for ASUS ROG Gaming Center
    2- ICM file cold not be found, installer is exiting for ASUS Splendid Video.
    I am a mechanical guy and have basic knowledge in computers. My laptop is ASUS ROG G551VW.
    Thanks

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Thanks! For the ASUS Splendid error, read this comment. I don’t have a ROG, so I can’t help you with the other error.

  • Suzanne
    Reply

    Thank you!!! ♥ What a fantastic site… you are a legend.
    Off to buy you a beer.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Thanks for your donation! Cheers! 🍻

  • Angela
    Reply

    Such a nice blog! Thanks for sharing everything here! Cheers!

  • Jeff
    Reply

    I am so happy I found your site, the driver ATK was what I needed for my Asus preboot back light issue. You can now buy a couple of cups of coffee 🙂

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Thanks Jeff! I really appreciate it 🙂

    • Stephen Moss
      Reply

      Well, Ivan I’ve had no luck with ATK getting my backlight to work. I’ve uninstalled and installed 6 different ones, even for Windows 8.1 with no luck. All other function keys work, except for F3 and F4. All other drivers seem up to date and laptop works great (Q502LA). On boot I don’t get any lights at all. If all the other keys work I doubt if it’s the keyboard. Couldn’t find any settings in BIOS and Control Panel, and Device Manager show standard keyboard. Been about 2 months and it’s driving me crazy. Any ideas?

  • David
    Reply

    Big thanks for all the drivers. I have some Asus Zenbook UX21E on Win 10, unfortunately I still can’t solve my problem. When I plug or unplug my laptop from power adapter it freezes really often. But not every time. Usually it happens when the processor works on higher frequency. Please have somebody some advice what to do? I have followed dozens of guides, but with no improvement. Thanks for any hint.

    • Joel
      Reply

      Had the same problem and finally replaced my standard PS/2 keyboard with backlit, found out the connecting cable was upside down (there are 2 conn cables) and it’s now working like a charm on my Asus G73JH.
      Bought a new kb on ebay for 40 bucks, so for me it was a good deal, hope u can solve it like I did, greetz from NL.

  • Steve
    Reply

    I have an Asus N76VZ laptop with Nvidia 650M. Since updating to Windows 10 Anniversary, I can no longer access Nvidia control panel (error “you are not currently using a display attached to an nvidia gpu”) or connect to HDMI. I have performed clean install of latest Nvidia driver using Nvidia’s custom option and DDU application.
    Any help? Thanks!!

    • ReeZo
      Reply

      Reinstall Intel HD Graphics and it will work again. Nvidia depends on Intel HD for NVIDIA Optimus notebooks.

  • Chris
    Reply

    Great site and great work with sorting all this out.

    Any chance you could find the ASUS Sonic Suite II software from Asus and post a link? The Sonic Studio software I have was found in the eSupport folder on the hard drive of my G752VS OC Edition. The path is \eSupport\eDriver\Software\A-Volute\ASUS Sonic Suite\[BETA]2.0.22\2525.

  • Thanos
    Reply

    Ivan, what an amazing work. Congrats.

    My camera stopped working with all the Win10 updates (of course). Problem is that I can’t find the driver for my PID. I have been around the net but no luck. Any ideas?

    My PID is VID_1BCF&PID2883

    Thanks

    • Ivan
      Reply

      As I mention in the notes, there are no camera drivers for Win10 from ASUS. You depend on Windows to use the correct driver.
      The camera on my laptop has the same Hardware id and works fine on the latest Windows version. It uses a Microsoft driver: ASUS USB2.0 Webcam version 10.0.14393.82 (21/6/2006).

  • Ron Fercken
    Reply

    I recently purchased an ASUS Vivotab 8 with a fresh Windows 10 installation, and the cameras “cannot be found”. I have no idea how to fix this; any suggestions?? Thanks!

  • Hbenz
    Reply

    much appreciated Sir

  • plexus
    Reply

    Thank you so much for this! The official site is useless.

  • Simeon
    Reply

    Thanks, I search for you just as ivan rf 🙂 for latest asus drivers.
    @Plexus – can’t say official site is useless; difficult, chaotic and unorganized, but useless is incorrect.

  • Wad
    Reply

    Thank you Ivan you’re a hero 😀
    but I think VIA is trolling us, the driver does not install the vdeck.exe at all (because the previous installation had a problem of compatibility with Windows 10 Anniversary Update)

  • Donald Elliott
    Reply

    I second @Tim Rubley. Searching online has been such a hassle until I found your website. Thanks a million!

  • Terry Coughlan
    Reply

    It took me a while to find you but now that I have I was able to fix my backlit keyboard which wasn’t backlit anymore. Thanks for that.
    I still can’t get my wireless to work though. I’ve got a Qualcomm Atheros 9285 adapter in my machine and I’ve followed your instructions and downloaded the package and installed it. But still no go. This all happened a few weeks ago when Win 10 updated itself. Ever since then I can’t get the wireless adapter to work. Can you give me any help? Regards

    • Diogo
      Reply

      Hi Terry,

      Have you tried an older driver version? Like the one available on the Asus website for your PC? Or the one available here: Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver?

      Also, you may want to uninstall it and install it starting in safe mode and without internet, so Windows Update can’t automatically install a driver.

      • Terry Coughlan
        Reply

        Thanks for your suggestions Diogo but I’m afraid its still not working. Maybe its the actual Adaptor itself?

  • yapsh
    Reply

    Great!!! It works for me….

  • Achintha
    Reply

    Thanx buddy your work is great for ASUS customers.
    Cheers for your blog 🙂

  • Daniel
    Reply

    I have installed ATK package but I can’t get any of the buttons on the left hand upper corner of my ASUS G73JW to work. One turns off/on the blue led under the screen, one is for overclocking and one is to change the screen to vivid or movie etc. modes. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

  • Howard
    Reply

    Thank you for pulling this information together! I was able to resolve two problems on my UX31A Zenbook Prime with the keyboard backlight not working after suspend/resume without restarting by upgrading the ATK Package, and improved the scrolling performance by upgrading the Smart Gesture driver. The Asus Driver and Tools support page has no Windows 10 OS selection for my four year old system. Your recommended drivers did the trick. I also got some additional features by upgrading the Realtek audio drivers.

  • Aldy Apriansyah
    Reply

    thanks buddy this is what I was looking for a long time

  • Alessandro
    Reply

    I’ve found your website while looking for ASUS drivers, and I have to say you’ve done an amazing job. Your collection of drivers is more up to date than ASUS.
    Please keep up the good work. Thanks.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Thanks for your donation Alessandro! Cheers! 🍻

  • John Booth
    Reply

    Sincere thank you for putting up the reference and links to Asus drivers.
    I finally was able to get my fn keys working again

  • Lodowar
    Reply

    Thank you very much, really appreciated.

    I had a problem of flickering task bar and games minimizing while in full screen games, I hope the OSD fix for ATK package will fix it

  • Evan
    Reply

    You just made our day! Thanks for the information provided!!!
    Thank you so much, very much appreciated!

  • Michael
    Reply

    Thanks a lot, my Asus Notebook works fine again with your drivers. ASUS service is really screwed up.
    Thanks!!!

  • Douglas
    Reply

    Man, I really have to thank you so much! I upgraded to Windows 10 and installed the latest Realtek audio driver, but the volume was jumping to highest levels as I was alternating among Media Monkey, YouTube, etc. That shit was driving me nuts, but this audio driver solved the problem! Thank you!

  • Cris
    Reply

    M8t! 1000 tnx for your work. I am doing air jumps right now! 30 mins ago Intel got an angry msg. Also Asus support is %*&#, just no words. Merci et salut
    PS: I cannot say if Driver Booster or AVG Driver Updater started my driver chaos, device manager, system devices CHAOS

  • Alexander
    Reply

    Hey man, you did a great job 😉
    I installed Win 10 on my UX31A and everything was fine using your drivers!!
    But I’ve still got one problem… the backlight on the keyboard still doesn’t work, even when updating to the latest ATK.
    Do you know any further solution? Thanks

  • Wayne
    Reply

    Thanks for posting the drivers, they have helped me out in Windows 8 and 10 alot

  • Nixie
    Reply

    Thanks for this Ivan! Almost got stuck with audio with too much bass. 😀

  • CPrather
    Reply

    Excellent post! I found this after the fact 😛
    Took me a while to dig through ASUS’s dinky support page. You picked up some I missed.
    Btw I got rid Windows 10, and almost all these drivers worked for me on my Windows 7 downgrade on the X553MA model.
    🤓 –Thanks

  • Donald
    Reply

    I wanted to stop by and thank you again for your amazing work. This website is a permanent bookmark for my ASUS needs.
    Sincerely, Don

  • Sanju Shrestha
    Reply

    Thank you for providing the handy Asus drivers all in one place. I can’t find all those in the official website too for my U30JC Notebook.
    Once again, thank you very very much for your hard effort.

  • Fernando Moyses
    Reply

    I’m facing issues with a N550 asus laptop. It does not detect the usb devices if they are not connected at boot time. I tried updating every driver related to Intel, Asus, Bios and controllers, but the problem persists. If I boot Windows 10 in safe mode, the devices are detected ok.
    Do you have any clue on what the problem could be?

  • Jacob
    Reply

    If you get BSOD due to the wifi, the problem is not the driver! It’s Chrome browser. Stop using it and see if it stops. Never had another BSOD.
    I was having a bad time with the Broadcom BCM4352 802.11ac Wireless Network Adapter on Windows 10.

    • Mandy W
      Reply

      Actually I had that same issue. I seemed to have fixed it by upping the delay protection time on startup for my antivirus software. No more BSOD driver errors and I can still use Chrome. Now, if I could fix my slow wifi after the Win10 Anniversary update. Updated to Broadcom WLAN 5.93.103.23 driver and still slow (but better). Making due in the meantime with a USB wifi adapter.

    • Filippo
      Reply

      I have your identical Wifi card model. I had a BSOD when I downloaded a torrent file directly to my SSD, but I was using the latest Broadcom driver 7.35.340.0.
      I installed every version of Broadcom driver 6.x.xx.xxx and the problem has been resolved. Actually, I use the 6.34.222.5 driver. You should try.

  • JJ
    Reply

    Do you have a fix for the Taichi front tablet for Windows 10?
    The Intel video driver has a flaw it causes the tablet side of the system to not work.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      You need to install the VGA drivers for Windows 8.1, and also make sure you have the latest BIOS version. Check this FAQ for downloads.

  • Peter L
    Reply

    You saved my time!
    Thanks.

  • Johnno
    Reply

    I wanted to say thank you Ivan for your commitment to helping people like myself by providing a concise and up to date site.
    My T100 suffered the camera issue after updating to Win 10 and without this site, I was lost. Thanks again

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