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    Default AsRock Fast Lan popup

    Just built a new system with a P67 Extreme 4 Gen.3 Motherboard. How can I remove The AsRock Fast Lan box from the desk top?
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    Default Re: AsRock Fast Lan popup

    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamP View Post
    Just built a new system with a P67 Extreme 4 Gen.3 Motherboard. How can I remove The AsRock Fast Lan box from the desk top?
    Click on the icon in the quick launch bar and select 'close windows'.
    I'm new to Asrock and this worked for me last night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamP View Post
    Just built a new system with a P67 Extreme 4 Gen.3 Motherboard. How can I remove The AsRock Fast Lan box from the desk top?
    Can we have a real answer to this annoyance. I uninstalled the program until I find a fix.
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    Default Re: AsRock Fast Lan popup

    Paul_Mac is right, and what other possible way could you accomplish what you want to happen? You install and (auto) run software, its UI appears until you end the UI process.

    IF you can find a setting in XFast LAN's configuration settings that will keep the UI from running, that's all you could do.

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    Default Re: AsRock Fast Lan popup

    Well I found this: How to Disable cFosSpeedS , cFosSpeed System Service
    Will try it out next time I run this box.
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    Default Re: AsRock Fast Lan popup

    Quote Originally Posted by malmal View Post
    Well I found this: How to Disable cFosSpeedS , cFosSpeed System Service
    Will try it out next time I run this box.
    OK. I'm severely confused now.

    malmal, do you even make use of XFast LAN?

    If you're going to stop the XFast(cFos) "service' , you may as well just leave it uninstalled.
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    Default Re: AsRock Fast Lan popup

    I am going to leave it uninstalled. At least until I have everything running right.
    Xfast has a configuration page that I know nothing about.
    I wont run a unknown program that possibly will degrade or take down my network.
    Thanks for the replies. :)
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