A firmware update is now available for your ASUS ac3202 device to help it boot up and work with Windows 10.
The update, which was first spotted by PCWorld UK, is available to download from the Asus’ website.
The firmware update includes the fix for the bug that caused the ac3204 to hang at boot, as well as the ability to boot into Windows with a keyboard shortcut or by using the mouse.
The fix for this bug is to disable the USB debugging mode in the ac3300, but you will need to enable it manually in order to enable Windows 10 to boot.
The update also includes an updated USB debugging port and a new version of the Windows boot manager, which you can enable to launch Windows from USB, if you need to.
Windows 10 for ac3206 is a Windows 10 Insider Preview release, but it’s only available to developers.
This firmware update can also be downloaded here: