Been reading alot on the internet about this problem and it seem to affect lots of people with ASUS motherboards.
The problem might be the motherboard is shiped with an old version of BIOS not supporting Ryzen 5/7.
Read that AMD can lend me a supported CPU so I can update, but I'm going to the store where i bought the motherboard to see if they can help me first.
I,m an ASUS Prime X370-Pro owner too, you're right, most likely you have received the motherboard with outdated BIOS to support the Ryzen 2000-series.
If the store where you bought can't help you return it, will be fast way, the waiting time for a Boot Kit provided by AMD may be delayed more than desired, let me recommend you to buy any new motherboard with chipset B450 or X470, are more prepared for Ryzen 2000-series.
If it helps, ASUS Prime X370-Pro suffers many problems installing software with hardware control capability, e.g. AI Suite 3, Ryzen Master etc., you can find more information on internet.
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Thank you for your reply Billy. I went to the store and asked them to update BIOS for me. They even had everything up and read to update it because it was such a known problem.. 10 minutes later the BIOS was updated and now everything works as it should, except AI Suite 3 as you mentioned.
Thank you very much for share your good news!!
All the best