ASUS RT-AC87U Firmware version 220.127.116.11.380.7266
– Fixed Android phone tethering mode detecting issue in quick internet setup process.
– Fixed PPPoE related issue.
– Fixed client rename issue in network map.
– Fixed network tool issues.
– Fixed wake on lan issues.
– Added automatic standby mode for CE Ecodesign directive.
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ASUS has released a larger bug and security update for the RT-AC87U router.
ASUS RT-AC87U Firmware version 18.104.22.168.380.4180
– Updated OpenSSL library to 1.0.2j to fix security issues.
– Updated Dropbear SSH to 2016.74 to fix security issues.
– Fixed a security vulnerability regarding XSS.
– Fixed a security vulnerability regarding CSRF.
– Added protection for Brute-force attack.
– Fixed Chrome, Edge and IE compatibility issues.
– Fixed quick internet setting wizard compatibility issues.
– Fixed NAT issue caused by UPnP media server.
– Fixed dual wan issues in PPPoE or PPTP or L2TP + DHCP environment.
– Fixed AiCloud related issues.
– Updated NAT Acceleration setting help message.
– Supported Google DDNS .
– Modified the Quick Internet Setting wizard behavior to enhance compatibility.
– Enabled smart sync under AP/Media Bridge.
– Supported new 3G/LTE USB dongle, Docomo L-03D.
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I had my laptop running in circles re-downloading same update over and over again and failing at 95% every single time. Restarting Windows Update only caused download to start at 95% every time and again, failing as well. The solution was easy, cleaning the Windows Update download cache. Update was re-downloaded and installed successfully. But since casual users aren’t in the mood of messing up with files inside Windows folder, I’ve made this simple tool that does that for you, 100% risk free.
The instructions are pretty self explanatory. Just follow them and Windows Update should work again.
Works on Windows XP/Vista/7/8.x/10 and probably future Windows versions since Windows Update cache has the same folder location for years.
Yeah yeah, I know that is a general belief that these driver updaters are garbage and that they always break stuff. Well, sometimes you have an unrecognized device listed and you can’t figure out which one it is. For such situations, these tools are excellent. Or you’re just one of those freaks like me who just wants all drivers fully updated.
I’ve posted Iobit Driver Booster in the past, but I think this one is even better, easier to use and with less clutter in the interface. Found it today by pure coincidence while I was browsing for some other tools.
It’s called SnailDriver and it’s a small, but very fast and minimalistic driver updater.
I’ve tested it on 3 systems, 1x AMD based and 2x Intel based and it worked pretty damn well. Updated all drivers super fast and with ease and while there were minor issues with the app, they weren’t show stopping problems. It’s a new app, it’ll get fixed soon for sure.
Few minor issues:
- Intel SST Audio Device driver causes audio device on Windows tablets (HP X2, ACER Iconia W4) inoperable. Had to rollback the driver manually (not an issue with SnailDriver as I’ve experienced it before).
- System Restore points don’t get created reliably despite this setting being enabled in SnailDriver. I recommend making it manually just to be sure.
- Sometimes you have to repeat scans to find new drivers that require updating. Not a huge issue, but should be checked.
Give it a try, it’s pretty good and can come in handy quite often 🙂
As you may or may have not heard about it, Bioshock trilogy is getting remastered including all add-ons, expansions and DLC’s and it will arrive in early September 2016.
Only game out of three that won’t be remastered is Bioshock Infinite because developers believe it already meets today’s standards of quality expected from modern games on modern gaming systems. This means proper wide screen support, 1080p and 60fps. I hope They’ll also include FOV fixes because that crap was stupid even for Bioshock Infinite. I had to hack it to get higher FOV. So, there’s that…
One important fact though for PC gamers, if you have Bioshock 1, Bioshock 2 with Minerva’s Den DLC and Bioshock Infinite listed in your Steam library, you’ll be eligible for free remastered update that will otherwise cost around 60€ as a standalone package on release day.
What this means is, if you have retail copy of Bioshock 2 you can add it to Steam library (just enter the CD KEY into Steam). Bioshock 1 can’t be added and you probably already have Infinite on Steam since I think it was only released there anyway or at least most bought it there. You can grab Bioshock 1 cheap on Steam till 4th July 2016 during summer sales. So, you can greatly reduce the total cost if you act fast! If you don’t own any of them, you can buy all 3 for around 15€ which is still very cheap. Again, just till 4th July 2016 during Summer Steam sale!
I’ve already prepared all 3 games on my Steam account and I’ll just give away the retail one to my younger cousin. I guess it’s time to introduce him to a world of a bit more complex games 🙂
I’ve always been skeptical about these things, because from my past experience, they always screwed something up. But apparently as time progressed, companies got it right.
I was forced to use this tool when I’ve reinstalled Windows 10 clean on my ACER Iconia W4 Windows tablet and bunch of controllers weren’t detected and half of the stuff just wasn’t working. I’ve installed some drivers using Driver Talent, but it failed to recognize bunch of stuff. I had no audio and none of content like movies would play. Plus, Driver talent was super clumsy in free version because you have to manually download and install all found drivers.
But after firing up Iobit’s Driver Booster, it found them all and tablet is working like new. And even in free version, it’s super easy to use, automated and it just works. I was so impressed I now have it on all my systems. It didn’t do anything wild with the drivers and you can even opt to only install WHQL certified ones.
Plus, it can keep a lot of other stuff up to date for you, like Microsoft Visual C++ redistributables, Adobe Flash, OpenAL and PhysX along with many other things needed for problem free gaming. And you really have full control over it. Paid version offers fully automated updating and few other goodies, but free conveniently doesn’t do that by default. Most people don’t like that anyway. I know I prefer vetting installation of every driver myself. You avoid a lot of problems this way….
It also has bunch of safety features like driver backup and System restore points prior driver updating so there is really minimal chance of things going wrong.
I really like it and if you’re having problems finding specific drivers for your PC, laptop or Windows tablet, that only show us a very cryptic entry in Device Manager give it a try. It certainly (pleasantly) surprised me.