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    After installing the newst ATK driver, everything works fine for all buttons. Backlight is also working fine now

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    Laptop (Model)Asus G750JH-DB71 (legacy)
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    Power Supply230w AC Power Adapter 19.5v
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    Headset Sony MDR-XB500 Wired and Sennheiser RS-220 Wireless TOSLINK
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kecken View Post
    After installing the newst ATK driver, everything works fine for all buttons. Backlight is also working fine now
    Nice

    There are a number of new drivers for 8.1 posted by Asus, and this is one of those times that updating to the latest drivers is a constructive activity.
    http://support.asus.com/download.asp...ZFxIpLeKBoVabd

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    Asus Roge G750 JX Many MANY problems

    terrible mistake to buy this lap top it have voltage problems, and very difficoult with drivers, and the service center is the worst, they fight dont to replace it, my worst buy ever.....

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    G55VW same problem

    Hello, I'm user of Asus G55VW with Win 7 Home Premium.
    My fn key is not working with all F keys.My F2 key is constantly on and everytime I turn on my laptop it goes to BIOS.
    Yesterday F9 STOP WORKING. I can't turn on laptop WiFi cuz the F key it's getting crazy all the time and is turning off.
    I reinstall the Windows put all drives from Asus support but nothing can't help.
    my laptop it's almost 3 years old. I always keep it in good health. I love it.
    pls help me fix this. The price here in Denmark for fixing laptops is insane.
    I use my laptop to work in school and play my favorite games, I hope you can help me.

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    *** SOLVED *** *** SOLVED *** *** SOLVED ***
    DISCLAIMER: This post is my opinion only. USE THIS TECHNIQUE AT YOUR OWN RISK!

    Summary: I did not want to disabled my touch-ad in the BIOS. So I worked out another solution.
    I'm sure others have posted other versions of their fixes, however I have a fix that works on multiple ASUS laptops
    including the Asus X55C, the Asus ROG GL551JM & GL551JW.
    I completely fixed my cannot-disable-touch-pad and Function-keys-not-working issues by doing the following:

    ASUS MODEL: X55C LAPTOPS
    (http://www.asus.com/Notebooks_Ultrab...Desk_Download/)
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    1. I uninstalled the ASUS Smart-Touch package (regardless of version) from the laptop.
    2. I made sure to install ElanTech Touchpad Driver Version V10.5.9.0 - Touchpad_Elantech_Win7_64_Z10590.zip directly
    downloaded from the ASUS support section of their website by typing in model "X55C" in the model field of the search page.
    I installed this regardless of actual operating system (Win 7, WIn 8, Win 8.1, as long as it is x64 arch.)
    3. I made sure to keep the ASUS Version V1.0.0.3 Keybord Device Filter Utility package.
    4. I made sure to reboot after completing all these steps.

    This solution for this model ASUS Laptop creates a scenario where the following conditions exist:
    1. You do NOT have to disable your touchpad from the BIOS
    2. You CAN turn your touchpad on and off by using Fn+f9.
    3. You CAN use your other function keys for volume, mute, brightness, sleep, ext. monitor etc...

    ASUS ROG MODELS: GL551JM & GL551JW Laptops
    (http://www.asus.com/Notebooks_Ultrab...Desk_Download/)
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    1. I uninstalled the ASUS Smart-Touch package (regardless of version) from the laptops.
    2. I made sure to install ElanTech Touchpad Driver Version V10.5.9.0 - Touchpad_Elantech_Win7_64_Z10590.zip directly
    downloaded from the ASUS support section of their website by typing in model "X55C" in the model field of the search page.
    (http://www.asus.com/Notebooks_Ultrab...Desk_Download/) I installed this regardless of actual operating system
    (Win 7, WIn 8, Win 8.1, as long as it is x64 arch.) YES I INSTALLED THE DRIVER FROM MODEL X55C INTO THE GL551JM/GL551JW!
    3. I made sure to keep the ASUS ATKACPI Driver & Hot-key Related Utilities Version V1.0.0036.
    4. I made sure to keep Version V1.0.0.5 Keybord Device Filter Utility package.
    5. I made sure to reboot after completing all the changes.

    This solution for these models of ASUS Laptop creates a scenario where the following conditions exist:
    1. You do NOT have to disable your touchpad from the BIOS
    2. You CAN turn your touchpad on and off by using Fn+f9.
    3. You CAN use your other function keys for volume, mute, brightness, sleep, ext. monitor etc...
    4. You CAN use your function keys to raise and lower the keyboard backlighting level (ROG)

    END NOTE: I would advise not updating your drivers too soon until ASUS has resolved their touch-pad and function key issues.
    Updating or auto-updating could put you back in the same broken state as you were initially.

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