06-14-2009 02:13 AM
Hey guys! Im trying to install the G35 software on an older asus mobo with what I believe is a intel processor (I will update the exact specs soon when I get back to that computer) But I am getting an error message when I try to launch the software saying the "processor isn't adequate to operate G35". I looked at the specs on the box for the G35 and online specs and it says nothing about having a specific type of processor. This computer was built in 2002 and is a little outdated but can't believe it wont run the software! Im sure you need to know exactly the processor to help troubleshoot, and I understand that, I will get that tomorrow but for now my question is.. Are their specific processors that wont run G35 software? Any thoughts would be awesome! I tried downloading the software from here also, but same issue. I wanted to buy my brother these for fathers day, and wanted to demo them for him today, they didn't really work so I feel like an idiot! Thanks again!
12-27-2009 12:00 AM
This is unacceptable. I just purchased a G35 and ON THE BOX it does NOT mention anything about a minimum processor requirement. It states:
* PC with 32 bit or 64 bit Windows XP or Windows Vista
* 30 MB available hard drive space
* CD-ROM drive
* USB port"
So, by 32 bit that means it SHOULD accept my AMD Athlon 3200XP which should be PLENTY fast enough to handle the CPU hit from the software based 7.1 dolby sound.
Someone please explain why the box advertises the compatability for my machine yet the product does not live up to the advertised spec requirements.
03-18-2010 09:03 PM
hi, i don"t know if it against the rule or not
i have thinkpad x31 with centrino 1.4Ghz
and got the same message
you can just extract the msi(the msi file located in temporary folder) --> after the warning message, don't close the warning message, or it will deleted
windows 7 user --> c:/user/your username/appdata/local/temp/ and then find folder with logitech installer inside
you can just copy the msi file to C:/ for easier command line
here is the command
msiexec /a PathToMSIFile /qb TARGETDIR=DirectoryToExtractTo
after you extracted the file, you only need the G35.exe
i don't know if it worked with AMD or not, but it worth a try
i hope this will help you out