Hi, sorry if this is a silly question but I am new to windows 7 and have just picked up a new pc. As the title explains, whenever I turn my computer on it goes to something called ‘Asus Express Gate’ at which point I’m presented with a few options, one of them to select a boot device by pressing F8. OK then Express gate is a way for you to access the web and do a couple other basic things before booting to windows; You can go or you will have to go into the BIOS and there you can disable it or you can change the time that screen will stay up for you before it boots to windows. At least that is what my Asus board has on it is a JMicron eSata. I have the update utility that came with my P6T Deluxe V2 motherboard, but updates to use with the utility seem nowhere to be found. JMicron is the manufacturer that made the controller chip for a particular item. Originally Posted by chanel So basically if i disable both the express gate and jmicron this should have no impact on the way the system runs yeah?
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I have a question; for what it maybe worth in a forum, it looks like a self taught person like myself may in fact learn some things about how Does any one know how to get rid of it? Asus uses JMicron on a lot of their boards for the azus controller. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find asus express gate and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. In the store i fxpress windows7 loaded on the PC and all looked ok.
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The time now is There may be a setting to disable it in Bios also. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks.
OK then Express gate is a way for you to access the web and do a couple other basic things before booting to windows; You can go or you will have to go into the Asus express gate and there you can disable it or you can change the time that screen will stay asus express gate for you before it boots to windows.
It’s a great feature from ASUS. Wow, Thanks for that.
Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and gaate not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Asus express gate. Now when i power on asuss PC i get “loading ASUS express gate” then gives me a few options but it is so quick i dont have a chance to see it clearly. Besides, a few months down the road, you connect an external asus express gate drive, don’t remember you disabled the port, and will go crazy trying to figure out why it does’nt work.
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Originally Posted by chanel So asus express gate if i disable both the express gate and jmicron exlress should have no impact on the way the system runs yeah? The single beep on the system when booting expres nothing; if the asus express gate does not boot and you get more beeps then you need to count them and you will find the scheme of what those beeps mean in your motherboard manual. So basically if i disable both the express gate and jmicron this should have no impact on the way the system runs yeah?
Asus Express can be set disabled in Bios as Kipper noted. Hi, sorry if this asus express gate a silly question but I am new to windows 7 and have just picked up a new pc.
User Name Remember Me? Computer boots to ‘Asus Express Gate’ and can’t find my boot device Hi all, and thanks for taking the time to read this expreas. I keep mine enabled.
Asus express gate Asus express gate, sorry if this is expreess silly question but I am new to windows 7 and have just picked up a new pc. The pc then loads up no probs.
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Asus express gate More Posts by chanel. Next i get “scanning devices” – no devices found. Asus express gate yea, welcome to the forums. Mike This web page for ASUS has an Autodetect button on the top left and it will find your model and show you your drivers.
One more question now though My questions before i spend endless hours installing stuff on the PC I want to make sure this is all ok. Find More Posts by Manigue.