I'm hitting a brick wall, I've got a new Asus mainboard, model h110m-a and I've been trying to install the latest drivers from the Asus website. Keep getting this error: "Does not support this Operating System: WNT_6.2P_64"
I've Googled the issue, and all I can find are people getting this error on startup, and asking how to get rid of the error message. They get told to go into scheduled tasks and remove it. To me, honestly, this sounds like turning off the fuel warning light instead of filling up your vehicle with petrol. Needless to say, not very helpful.
I've got a 4K monitor (also brand new) which is stuck at 1280x1024 resolution. I'll be using the on-die graphics chip on the i3 6100 CPU until the custom RX 480 Sapphire GPUs are released at the end of July. I obviously won't be gaming until then (if at all), but I would like to use the monitor at 4K resolution at least while browsing the web.
(I've also had no audio all yesterday, but have finally managed to get Realtek audio drivers so that's thankfully sorted.)
CPU: i3 6100
Graphics: CPU on-die
Monitor: Bloody brilliant
HDD: OCZ Vertex 4 256GB
CD drive: Nope
PSU: Corsair 550W