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Boaz Beatz
11-18-2014, 06:20 AM
Keep in mind i have not tried these drivers yet as i do not own the laptop so try them at your own risk!




Hey guys just wanted to get the latest drivers in one thread so here you are these are for g751jy


Chipset Driver: Version 9.4.2.1019 (I Did Not Include Version 10 As It IS BUGGED)

(Create A Shortcut From the Setup and add -overall to the end of the the target you can find it by right clicking and going to Properties then shortcut Then open that shortcut then after you have installed the chipset install rapid storage technology)

http://www.station-drivers.com/index.php/downloads/func-startdown/636/

ATKACPI Driver: Version V1.0.0037

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/nb/Apps_for_Win8.1/ATKPackage/ATKPackage_Win81_64_VER100037.zip

Intel Rapid Storage Technology Version: 13.2.4.1000

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/confirm.aspx?httpDown=http://downloadmirror.intel.com/24293/a08/SetupRST.exe&Lang=eng&Dwnldid=24293

Realtek LAN Driver: Version 8035.0922.2014

http://www.station-drivers.com/index.php/downloads/func-startdown/925/

Realtek Audio Driver: Version V6.0.1.7335 (From Asus Website)

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/nb/DriversForWin8.1/Audio/Audio_Realtek_Win81_64_VER6017335.zip

Realtek Audio Driver: Version 7349

http://www.station-drivers.com/index.php/downloads/func-startdown/959/

Genesys Multi-Card Reader Driver: Version 4.3.2.1

http://www.station-drivers.com/index.php/downloads/func-startdown/775/

Elantech Touchpad driver: Version 11.14.8.1

http://www.station-drivers.com/index.php/downloads/func-startdown/1016/

Elantech Touchpad driver: Version V11.5.13.9 Old Version from asus

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/nb/DriversForWin8.1/Touchpad/Touchpad_Elantech_Win81_64_VER115139.zip

Intel WiFi Wireless LAN Driver Version 17.13.0.9

http://www.station-drivers.com/index.php/downloads/func-startdown/992/

Intel BlueTooth driver: Version 17.1.1407.0474

http://www.station-drivers.com/index.php/downloads/func-startdown/848/

Intel® Collaborative Processor Performance Control Driver: Version 1.0.0.1017

http://www.station-drivers.com/index.php/downloads/func-startdown/1002/

ThunderBolt: Version V2.0.4.250

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/nb/DriversForWin8.1/ThunderBolt/ThunderBolt_Intel_G751JM_Win81_64_VER204250.zip

Intel Management Engine Interface: Version 10.0.30.1072

http://www.station-drivers.com/index.php/downloads/func-startdown/1018/

Intel® Iris™ and HD Graphics Driver: Version 15.36.7.64.3960

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/confirm.aspx?httpDown=http://downloadmirror.intel.com/24348/a08/win64_15367.zip&Lang=eng&Dwnldid=24348

Nvidia Geforce Driver: Version 344.65

http://www.guru3d.com/files-get/geforce-344-65-whql-driver-download,4.html



Now keep in mind some drivers are from asus own website the reason for that is that i think they are more safe to use then the latest:D Also if a mod could sticky this it would be great as most users like to have the latest drivers and dont like to look around for it as sometimes it can be a pain.

BRSxIgnition
11-18-2014, 06:34 AM
There's a strong chance that Realtek's drivers (from the ASUS Support Pages) cause the following issue. (http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?53560-G751JT-CH71-Sound-only-playing-through-subwoofer-FIX) Just a warning.

Any brave soul who has working sound from all speakers and would like to test "Realtek Audio Driver: Version V6.0.1.7335" to see if it is the cause, please, please do so. (Assuming you can restore afterwards.)

Thank you very much in advance.

Boaz Beatz
11-18-2014, 06:37 AM
There's a strong chance that Realtek's drivers (from the ASUS Support Pages) cause the following issue. (http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?53560-G751JT-CH71-Sound-only-playing-through-subwoofer-FIX) Just a warning.

Any brave soul who has working sound from all speakers and would like to test "Realtek Audio Driver: Version V6.0.1.7335" to see if it is the cause, please, please do so. (Assuming you can restore afterwards.)

Thank you very much in advance.
is there a problem with the realtek audio driver from the official download page? if so do you recommend anyother driver so i can change it

BRSxIgnition
11-18-2014, 06:42 AM
is there a problem with the realtek audio driver from the official download page? if so do you recommend anyother driver so i can change it

We don't 100% know if it's the driver that causes the issue, but many of us have had the issue, and many of those who have had the issue downloaded the driver.

The only way we'll know for sure is if someone with working speakers uninstalls their current audio drivers and installs the drivers from the realtek audio driver from the official driver page.

Also, no, I can't recommend any because none of the ones I've tried have worked.

Boaz Beatz
11-18-2014, 06:54 AM
im getting mine tommo good that i have 30 day money back. so i can just send it back and get my money back if its not working

Boaz Beatz
11-18-2014, 06:55 AM
oh and i read all the 9 pages and what i found out is that most the JT have the sound problem

hmscott
11-18-2014, 08:31 AM
Hey guys just wanted to get the latest drivers in one thread so here you are these are for g751jy
...
Chipset Driver: Version 9.4.2.1019 (I Did Not Include Version 10 As It IS BUGGED)
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Now keep in mind some drivers are from asus own website the reason for that is that i think they are more safe to use then the latest:D Also if a mod could sticky this it would be great as most users like to have the latest drivers and dont like to look around for it as sometimes it can be a pain


im getting mine tommo good that i have 30 day money back. so i can just send it back and get my money back if its not working

Boaz Beatz, thanks for the effort putting this all together :)

If you are getting a brand new release G751JY tomorrow, I would run with the stock drivers for a while, maybe a week or more, to get to know the laptop and discover any hardware problems from the stock configuration before introducing a bunch of changes.

You shouldn't need to make any changes out of the box to get things to work right.

It gets confusing when you introduce a lot of driver updates to the mix - too many changes confuse the issue. Are the problems from the laptop hardware, the original OS / drivers, or all the drivers you have installed on your own?

I think some of the problem with sound out the Subwoofer vs L/R/Subwoofer might be due to updating drivers too quickly - and not taking the time to get to know the configuration of the elements involved.

Find out what you can do with the stock configuration before doing a bunch of updates that might confuse the issue. Especially when noone has a working fix/solution yet.

I don't recommend going off-site from Asus because you won't get support for those drivers from Asus. And, there is no need to go outside Asus, you can find the latest drivers all there.

Going to a third party non-OEM non-Asus site is the last site to recommend - you don't know where it came from. Station Drivers is a long known site, but still it isn't necessary to get back channel released drivers to support an Asus Laptop. Special circumstances happen, but I haven't had a functional reason to go to third party sites for a long time.

What do you mean Intel INF version 10 is "BUGGED"? Buggy as in faulty, or bugged as in reports back to someone your data? :)

Please post a link supporting this, I have been running the 10.0.13 on my G750JH for a while now, and everything is working aok.

The link I post lets you choose all recent versions of the Intel INF chipset driver, including the one immediately before 10.x, version 9.2.0.1030, which is probably new enough for the Haswell series.

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng&FamilyId=42&ProductID=816&ProdId=816

Thanks again Boaz Beatz!

Boaz Beatz
11-18-2014, 08:54 AM
Boaz Beatz, thanks for the effort putting this all together :)

But, a couple of things.

First, you don't even have your G751JY yet, so why do you think these are the correct specific driver versions to recommend? Have you tried them already on a G751JY?

Second, we don't recommend going off-site from Asus because you won't get support for those drivers from Asus. And, there is no need to go outside Asus, you can find the latest drivers all there.

Going to a third party non-OEM or Asus site is the last site to recommend - you don't know where it came from. Station Drivers is a long known site, but still it isn't necessary to get back channel released drivers to support an Asus Laptop.

Third, what do you mean Intel INF version 10 is "BUGGED"? Buggy as in faulty, or bugged as in reports back to someone your data? :)

Please post a link supporting this, I have been running the 10.0.13 on my G750JH for a while now, and everything is working aok.

The link I post lets you choose all recent versions of the Intel INF chipset driver, including the one immediatly before 10.x, version 9.2.0.1030, which is probably new enough for the Haswell series.

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng&FamilyId=42&ProductID=816&ProdId=816

When I post a list of places to find the latest drivers, from Asus, it doesn't take that long for each person to go there and look up the dozen or so links that they need to find to download what they need for their specific model, and it gets them involved in what they need to look for on their own - there is no need to spoon feed the very intelligent people that purchase ROG laptops. Plus who has all the laptops on hand to figure out what goes where... Asus :)

The links to search change much less frequently, but the driver download versions change often enough that a list of exact downloads for the drivers will be out of date withing hours, days, or a week or two at most. Are you going to keep up that list if it is made a sticky? Do you see any such sticky lists in any other forums? Over time people change their interests and those exact links go bad and need to be removed.

You can certainly do and post anything you think is helpful, I am only trying to do the same. :)

Maybe post the links after you find out what is on the G751 when you get it, and test the suggestions you have before posting them?

I will edit/remove this post after you get familiar with your new G751JY and update your post.

Another consideration is language. When you post a specific link download, it is for the language you use, but there are many different languages represented here, It would take many specific link recommendations to represent all the varied peoples represented here. If you provide the support area download links, each person can be in their own support region and find and download the driver specific to their region and language.

Thanks again Boaz Beatz!
well on my other computers when i install version 10 and above it only installs 1 or 4 in device manager but when i use the 9x series it installs for all and i have googled it and many other people have the same problem the reason why im adding this list it because your driver list on your site dont have the latest drivers. oh and this is the way i always update my drivers and i have had no problems so far and i know many other people who do the same, just trying to help here. also i cant find the link to support it as it was some time ago that i was reading about it, but i did try to install some of the 10x versions and all of them do the same installs for around 4 or 2 stuff in the device manager but when i run the 9x versions it installs for all of the stuff under system in device manager. also if you sticky it i will update it when ever I my self see a new driver and i like to have the latest ones. What i do for my desktop pc is i google my motherboard asus p8p67 deluxe and i find a forum that has a thread with all the latest drivers for that specific motherboard and download it from there as i find it more simple. This is just what i like to do and i wanted to share my way of doing it.

hmscott
11-18-2014, 09:03 AM
well on my other computers when i install version 10 and above it only installs 1 or 4 in device manager but when i use the 9x series it installs for all and i have googled it and many other people have the same problem the reason why im adding this list it because your driver list on your site dont have the latest drivers. oh and this is the way i always update my drivers and i have had no problems so far and i know many other people who do the same, just trying to help here

Boaz Beatz, I thought you had a good reason, it makes sense, maybe it will be different with the mobile chipset on the G751JY motherboard?

I look forward to your updates Boaz Beatz.

Boaz Beatz
11-18-2014, 09:09 AM
Boaz Beatz, I thought you had a good reason, I couldn't guess what it was, but it makes sense - perhaps it will be different with the mobile chipset on the G751JY motherboard?

I was just adding these paragraphs to the top to clear up the main issue I had in my head, but it needed time to come out:

If you are getting a brand new release G751JY tomorrow, I would run with the stock drivers for a while, maybe a week or more, to get to know the laptop and discover any hardware problems from the stock configuration before introducing a bunch of changes. You shouldn't need to make any changes out of the box to get things to work right.

It gets confusing when you introduce a lot of driver updates to the mix - too many changes confuse the issue. Are the problems from the laptop hardware, the original OS / drivers, or all the drivers you have installed on your own?

For example, I think some of the sound out the Subwoofer vs L/R/Subwoofer confusion might be due to updating drivers too quickly - and not taking the time to get to know the configuration of the elements involved.

Find out what you can do with the stock configuration before doing a bunch of updates that might confuse the issue. Especially when noone has a working fix/solution yet. There may be no fix until a new driver release comes out, and it would be a waste of time to patch forward and then wonder if your original drivers were working - I have seen some requesting the original Realtek driver version number installed out of the box.

There are lots of new things to learn on the G751JY, but updating all the drivers en masse as soon as you get it would be like swapping in a new SSD, HDD, wireless card, etc before making sure the original hardware is stable - you wouldn't want to have to reverse all the upgrades after you found out there was a hardware issue that required returning to the seller / RMA to Asus.

Best to burn in and test the original package as a whole before making changes. :)

I look forward to your updates Boaz Beatz.
i will try to update to version 10x some weeks after i have had a try with the laptop and see if it works, but i will continue to update this thread anyway as it is the latest drivers and some people want that just wanted it out here as when i buy a computer and i go the the official forum and i cant find the latest driver i just get angry/sad ;D

Boaz Beatz
11-18-2014, 09:35 AM
to be honest not all drivers always work even if tried on some systems, also the whole point in the thread was to make it easy for people to get the latest drivers without the need of looking them self, also most people here are prob tech heavy so they know how to restore a driver or reinstall if there is a problem

hexaae
10-18-2015, 09:00 AM
If this was the point, try using DriverBooster which is surprisingly good (and I usually don't trust these kind of tools and do everything manually)...

Gps3dx
10-18-2015, 11:02 AM
to be honest not all drivers always work even if tried on some systems, also the whole point in the thread was to make it easy for people to get the latest drivers without the need of looking them self, also most people here are prob tech heavy so they know how to restore a driver or reinstall if there is a problem

Well, hello there m8,
thanks for your efforts to post this kind of thread.

if you will, please let me make some suggestions:

it's always more informative to report your own experience with some driver vs another ( you wrote intel v10 INF has a "bug" - can you please elaborate ? )
direct links can be changed, and driver are frequently updated.
thus, publishing links of the download pages ( for a specific model/serie/etc. ) might be smarter, in the long run ( today, this driver is the latest, but is it tomorrow ? )
You don't mention OS version ( 8.1 Vs 10 ) - for some drivers, it is important ( E.I touchpad driver )
You publish a driver for a HW that isn't existed at all in the G751JY: intel HD graphics. ( the intel GPU physically DISCONNECTED from the LCD screen )
As this sub-forum is dedicated for many G751J models ( Y/T/L/M ) and other ROG series, and as most of your posted drivers are also for these other models, I think it can be more helpful to change the thread title so other users can understand it's for them as well.
Please take a look at my following posts ( attached here photo as well ) (https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?76993-Guide-How-to-install-windows-8-8-1-10-The-proper-way-(UEFI-based-installation)&p=538713&viewfull=1#post538713), I would love to hear some input from you: any other driver I should include ?
also I'm missing some general links for utilities like "ROG MacroKey" - I just can't find the url that includes all the versions of that utility.

https://rog.asus.com/forum/asset.php?fid=42709 (https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?76993-Guide-How-to-install-windows-8-8-1-10-The-proper-way-(UEFI-based-installation)&p=538713&viewfull=1#post538713)

P.S: בועז?

cpasoft
10-18-2015, 11:33 AM
Have you noted that this post has a long time (a year ago)...

:rolleyes:

joshindaphils
10-18-2015, 02:35 PM
If this was the point, try using DriverBooster which is surprisingly good (and I usually don't trust these kind of tools and do everything manually)...

You have necro posted a thread to promote software by an incredibly unreputable company, just google 'iobit crapware'... If it wasn't for your post count I would expect you have an agenda.

Edweird
10-18-2015, 03:06 PM
To be fair, there was a time where I found IoBit stuff quite useful. Emphasis on "was". Like...5 years ago or smth

escha
10-18-2015, 06:08 PM
latest updates for asus laptops
http://ivanrf.com/en/latest-asus-drivers-for-windows-10/

Gps3dx
10-18-2015, 06:28 PM
latest updates for asus laptops
http://ivanrf.com/en/latest-asus-drivers-for-windows-10/

You're misdirecting - you can at least be honest and write that only *SOME* of the drivers are compatible with the G751 etc...
not ALL the drivers posted in that site, are for the ROG laptop series that this sub-forum debates them.
although there is *some hint* for that in that site, I think it will aid to post it here, outloud as well.

hexaae
01-09-2016, 11:44 AM
You have necro posted a thread to promote software by an incredibly unreputable company, just google 'iobit crapware'... If it wasn't for your post count I would expect you have an agenda.

Sorry, indeed I was unsure whether to post it or not... but how do you suggest a non-expert friend a (free) program that can help in finding drivers automatically, without mentioning it?
No my friend, it wasn't spamming and I that too. As you can read in my other posts I've nothing to do with that deprecable practice...

About that specific software... well, for newbies (and if you don't have the time to check device by device the drivers) it can be useful (you can also select to find only WHQL ones) and I didn't notice any forced AD-ware or other bad things when I used it (Malwarebytes maybe detected just a "Open candy" PUP warning for OCSetupHlp.dll (http://www.herdprotect.com/ocsetuphlp.dll-cab78c31f513d1f2bf43205af88a3bbfab11b1ca.aspx) in local %TEMP%: the installer invited you to download other software yes/no, easy to skip... and nothing else).

I personally don't like these kind of tools very much because I think latest driver is not always the best choice, but IMHO can be useful for newbies or when it's really hard to find suitable drivers after you already looked for unknown devices ID with Google unsuccesfully. That's all.