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Short of setting up dedicated PC in kiosk mode I see no advantage of using it over simply booting into Windows.
After downloading you should open the archive and extract the ASUS Express Gate driver to any location, then double-click the executable file to start the driver installation process.Initially I aimed for the P5Q-Deluxe model, but it was not in stock at my local retailers and they all said I'd have to wait at least 2-3 weeks; at the same time, the P5Q-Pro was in stock and from what I read on the ASUS website the features were similar enough for my needs (and, importantly, it included the "Express Gate" feature).So I went ahead and got that one, saving a few bucks (not many) at the same time. It turns out that only a select few of the ASUS boards actually have Splash Top installed on the motherboard. Instead they only have a stripped-down castrated version that needs to be installed on the HDD (!This experience has severely shaken my trust in ASUS (whom have received quite a bit of my money during the past decade or so) and I will be much more circumspect of their products from now on. It would be wonderful if Phoronix could write an article detailing this situation -- after all ASUS can trace at least some of their sales to the articles announcing it's "linux-friendliness".Maybe some bad press will deter them from doing this in the future. S.: As it stands, this feature does not even work on my MB.I had only Linux installed initially and a black screen with an error message upon boot ("Express Gate is not properly installed or incomplete, please run the Installer in Windows" is what it said for a second before the BIOS started), but now I installed Vista and a) the program from the included DVD which didn't do anything, afterwards b) the latest version from the website which created a bunch of directories in my C:\ root but still -- no go, the same black screen on boot.
Has there been any updates made to ASUS Express Gate? 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. In the store i saw windows7 loaded on the PC and all looked ok.System Manufacturer/Model Number i Buy Power Chimera X58 OS Windows 8 Pro x64 CPU Intel Core i7 920 Motherboard Asus P6T Deluxe V2 Memory 12GB (2GB x6) Triple Channel DDR3 1333 MHz Graphics Card ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 2GB GDDR5 Sound Card Integrated Digital HD 7.1 Surround Sound Monitor(s) Displays 24.6-inch ASUS VW246H 20000:1 Contrast, 2 ms response time, Screen Resolution 1920x1080 Keyboard Razer Lycosa Mouse i Buy Power Ergonomical Internet Mouse PSU NZXT 800W Gaming Series Case Guardian Inferno (Custom Painted NZXT Guardian 921) Cooling Thermaltake V1 Fan Cooling System OC Proof Hard Drives 1 TB 7200 RPM SATA II 3 GBps 16MB cache Internet Speed 11 MBps High-speed Cable You can find the latest for your board here, under Download/Windows 7 x64/Utilities. ASUS Express Gate SSD V126.96.36.199 for Windows 32/64bit XP & 32/64bit Vista & 32/64bit Windows 7. Now when i power on the 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...- 188.8.131.52/184.108.40.206 ASUS Express Gate SSD V220.127.116.11 for Windows 32/64bit XP & 32/64bit Vista & 32/64bit Windows 7. I put it on my computer now every time I boot I have to put up with it stopping the boot till I exit. I have now used Asus Express Gate for the first time. When I boot up the computer it displays, "Loading Asus Express Gate..." The next screen gives me this error message: EXPRESS GATE INSTALLATION IS INCOMPLETE. 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. I'm running my custom-built desktop with an ASUS M4A79T Deluxe AM3 DDR3 AMD 790FX ATX AMD Motherboard.Express Gate does more or less what it promises – fast boot with basic browsing and communication.