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Thanks, nangu.  Difference version, different results.
TheRedCrossKnight, what App Store are you talking about?  Please post a URL and I'll give it a try.  nangu has an older version that works.  Have you opened a ASRock ticket about this?  Enjoy, John.
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Do you have a link to the version of F-Stream you are using?

This is the link of the App Store i'm using: 
http://asrock.pc.cdn.bitgravity.com/Utility/Others/APPShop(v1.0.31).zip

I'd love to be able to run F-Stream on my AsRock X370 ITX/AC so I'd appreciate if you share a different download link other than the one on the support page for my motherboard...
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TheRedCrossKnight, here is the link to nangu's F-Stream:
http://asrock.pc.cdn.bitgravity.com/Utility/F-Stream/F-Stream(v3.0.132).zip
Please give it a try and let us hear.  Enjoy, John.
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Hey! Thanks for all your help. I tried reaching out to AsRock ands opened up a ticket but no resolution to my issue at all :(

the APP Shop is ver:1.0.31 This is the version that is listed under my motherboard page at:

Thanks again!
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Unfortunately, same issue occurs when I try to launch F-Stream after installation. I'm greeted with the following error:

"Access violation at address 0000FFFF. Read of address 0000FFFF"

Doing some research online regarding this error...Urgh, this is so FRUSTATING!
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TheRedCrossKnight, fails for me on VM as well.  My VM has a simulated MB, so no ASRock.  I assume you are running on real HW with an ASRock MB?  My only suggestion is to pressure ASRock to help you.  Enjoy, John.
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Thanks for your reply? What do you mean when you say if I'm running HWMonitor? 
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TheRedCrossKnight, I guess your question is directed at me, but I said nothing about HWMonitor.  I am testing on a virtual machine and the main board is simulated in SW.  I assume you are running on real hardware.  Enjoy, John.
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Hello!

First time poster here!

I have the exact same problem with F-Stream with the exact same motherboard! Did everything you did and nothing worked...
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I have the X370 Taichi Motherboard and when I diasable "CSM Compatibility" in the BIOS I get the same error as you all with the A-Tuning App which should be the same as F-Stream.
With "CSM Compatibility" enabled the programm works as expected.
So maybe you should try to enable "CSM Compatibility"...
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