– You should not need to reset to factory defaults. If the changing the firmware won’t solve the problem, then here is one more thing to try: Make a router hard reset (NOTE!
When I updated the drivers, the driver date changes but the version stays the same (12.184.6 which I'm assuming is the same version it's showing for everyone else) I tried to force the drivers in through powershell, but it still didn't work (if anyone else wants to give it a shot here's the script) First, I disabled auto install drivers in the OS by going to Control Panel - Device Installation settings.
The reason for this is because as soon as I would uninstall the driver, Windows would immediately reinstall the older version.
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I suppose the most direct and easiest way is just to update from the Internet.
If you have an Asus Wi Fi router problem like; NAT / port forwarding not working, connection problems, upgraded to a firmware which caused your router to not work properly here is what you can do to solve the problem.
Remember to use a flash drive that is formatted FAT/FAT32 and also rename the file to a short file name such as 1804. ROM file from the file the BIOS downloads from, EZ-Flash does not support ZIP files.
Highly recommend backing up the current BIOS by hitting the B key, name it something like 0210. Tom, In AI Suite II, click on the update button, then ASUS update. It will ask you how you want to update the bios, and you can select "from the Internet", download the BIOS or whatever.
– This custom firmware can be applied like any regular Asus firmware update.