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Since my MB is stock I checked the ASUS site for the updates and there are quite a few versions for the BIOS and I wasn't sure if I should just download the latest and flash with that one or go though all of them one by one and flash my BIOS all the way up to the most current version?
I'm using this guide: Install the correct version of Intel Management Engine from ASRock website: driver downloads: Ext...load&os=Win764It's telling me to install Intel Management Engine driver ver:188.8.131.520.
I download this, run setup, and everything goes well until it hits the following line:"Creating Process: CWindows\Temp\IIF2\DAL\vcredist_x86.exe"When it hits this line, I get an error box that states:"The setup program failed to start one or more application processes.
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Setup will exit."My current Intel ME version in Device Manager is: 184.108.40.2062 (Dated 11/9/2011).