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    ROG Guru: Black Belt Array JRd1st's Avatar
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    12/24/11
    Replaced all slow Asus links with fast Asus links thanks to a tip from @kompleet
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    Quote Originally Posted by JRd1st View Post
    You can look in the registry to see if Power Mizer is set. Look HERE
    yeah, used that exact tread lol.... add a trouble shooting section and add that to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boosted_R View Post
    yeah, used that exact tread lol.... add a trouble shooting section and add that to it.
    Sorry, didn't see that. I didn't go back that far in the thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrodyBoy View Post
    That's kind of an open-ended question, without knowing the current status of your system. If you're talking about the OEM Windows installation, there are a few drivers you could update....the WLAN driver is especially important, as the stock driver is a bad one.

    If you have done (or are considering) a clean install of Windows, there are about 10 drivers you must install to get full functionality.

    What is it about your keyboard that's getting worse? If it's general lagginess, that can come from things like the WLAN driver. If it's missed keystrokes, this can often be alleviated with some updates.....the first step is to update the BIOS to v203 and the ATK Package to v1.0.00014. Then remove all the bloatware you're willing to give up, and update drivers.
    The laptop is brand new, all Ive done is an attempted nvidia driver update that didnt go well. Im now unable to play AVCHD videos lol. I didnt do the windows install so Im assuming its just an OEM install. Its Windows7 64bit.

    As for the key board Im missing keystrokes, alot. I tried to install the ATK package but it said I had to delete the previous version and I couldnt find it lol.

    Whats a quick list of the things for me to download? Im ganna go ahead and start on the WLAN driver and the ATK package again.

    Thanks
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    For the keystroke thing, updating the BIOS firmware has been helpful for many folks.

    Go to the first post of this thread and you'll find a link to the v/203, along with detailed instructions on how to update. Do not use any other method (especially the WinFlash utility) to update BIOS firmware.

    Then do the ATK Package. Also, I'd update the WLAN and chipset drivers. There may be other new drivers, like LAN, audio, etc., but they're not as important.

    The other thing you can do is start uninstalling Asus bloatware....there's a ton of it and some of it is bad, intrusive software.

    If you have any concerns that the video driver situation messed up your installation, you could always do a factory restore and start over. That option is easiest now, when your machine is new and you haven't added much of your own stuff yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrodyBoy View Post
    For the keystroke thing, updating the BIOS firmware has been helpful for many folks.

    Go to the first post of this thread and you'll find a link to the v/203, along with detailed instructions on how to update. Do not use any other method (especially the WinFlash utility) to update BIOS firmware.

    Then do the ATK Package. Also, I'd update the WLAN and chipset drivers. There may be other new drivers, like LAN, audio, etc., but they're not as important.

    The other thing you can do is start uninstalling Asus bloatware....there's a ton of it and some of it is bad, intrusive software.

    If you have any concerns that the video driver situation messed up your installation, you could always do a factory restore and start over. That option is easiest now, when your machine is new and you haven't added much of your own stuff yet.
    I honestly cant find the link for 203. I clicked on the link in JRd1st's sig but windows wont open it and it didnt have directions. sorry for all the questions but im trying to get this straight before I leave for the holidays.
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    Here, try this link.

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    same thing, I got this,

    File Type: Unknown

    Description: Windows does not recognize this file type.
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    The download is just a zip file....Windows recognizes that, doesn't it? You right-click on it and select "Extract all" to unzip it, then copy the extracted file to a thumbdrive, as per the directions I referenced earlier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddustin View Post
    same thing, i got this,

    file type: Unknown

    description: Windows does not recognize this file type.
    dont use windows to flash.... Use bios/usb method only..... Or risk bricking it
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