My EP121 came up with the reserve your free Windows 10 upgrade yesterday - so it would appear MS has tested and says it will run Windows 10.
There are some good DIY posts here on this simple upgrade too.
I went for the 128 GB SSD.
Google reportedly wants Asus to ditch dual Android-Windows 8.1 notebook - Neowin
Uninstall ALL old wifi and bluetooth drivers - then reboot.
You might try these drivers as this is working fine for me (for more than 2 years)....
Samsung live: Samsung @ CES 2014
If we do not see/hear something at CES this week then I think this category (ATIV Q) is dead.
A great idea of simultaneous OS's and copy and paste...
Looks like it is "not this year"... sad
Samsung ATIV Q Windows and Android hybrid tablet won’t launch this year | SamMobile
I was really asking if you removed the Anthros wireless and bluetooth drivers too. So I guess a clean install would work too albeit a bit more...
Try re-installing the bluetooth driver - after removing the old one.
It is working fine for me.
Just installed 8.1 a couple days ago have not played with it much yet.
Hopefully get some free time to look around it this weekend.
Best to re-install the Bluetooth driver. Then check your device manager.
What OS are you running? Win 7 or Win 8?
Yes, I have done it using Macrium Reflect - I dumped Acronis a few months ago.
Just let it install .net framework anyway - it will work fine.
Mine ran fine from the Win 8 install after - no other work needed.
This is a Win 8 issue -- I'll likely wait for the RTM to try and fix it. Especially since it is so close.
Here is the Sandisk SSD from my ExoPc (running Windows 8)
Same as yours no NCQ...
I am using the MyDigitalSSD 128GB 50mm Bullet Proof mSATA and NCQ and TRIM are on.
701 via Winflash worked fine for me also.
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