onemix 2 yoga

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  1. BillyZ

    BillyZ Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I'm also having a small discoloration as well, but mine is on the left side. it runs vertically up and down the screen and is more noticeable against a light background. IMG_20200203_173136.jpg
     
  2. BillyZ

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    also, if anybody's had any luck outputting display audio via the USB-C port, please let me know. I have a monitor with a built-in speaker that accepts HDMI and USB-C. When I plug that into my other laptop (Asus Zenbook Duo Pro) via USB-C, the system is able to send audio and can recognize it as an audio device. However when I plug it in via my OneMix2 via USB-C, it will only do display, without the audio. Thanks.
     
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    jnjroach Technology Strategist Super Moderator

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    My Portable USB C Monitor with speakers worked with both my OneMix2S and OneMix3 via the USB C port.
     
  4. zouziva

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    I had this Mix 2S M3 .. but now is dead apparently, it wont charging, even i try to unplugged the battery and connect the power source to mainboard, but still not power up.

    should i replace the mainboard? or any how to make it on again?
     
  5. Ashers

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    @BillyZ That's precisely the issue that I have on my OneMix Yoga 2S, though on the right-hand-side. Fortunately, it's only noticeable on things like the blue lock screen.

    As to a USB-C display connection, I have a Dell 4K monitor with a USB-C to displayport cable and it works fine with the OneMix 2S, but it doesn't have audio so I've never tested that. The OneMix 2S works surprising well outputting 4K, though I can't charge it at the same time.
     
  6. Androidsys91

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    Hello everybody, I have a One Mix 2S Yoga computer since one year. I reinstalled Windows 10 with a bootable USB, but this Windows 10 was not the factory OS of One Mix 2S Yoga, it worked fine for 4 or 6 months, but the other day a Blue Screen of Windows showed me an error "stop code-Bad System Config Info" and Windows could not started(see photo attached).
    I supposed that this problem was caused by some compatibility problems between the Windows that I installed or the drivers, maybe some Windows Update was not compatible with my system.
    In order to avoid again this problem, I downloaded the original OS for One Mix 2S Yoga from the official website, here: https://www.1netbook.com/download/

    In order to doing a bootable USB with it. But the links that explained how to doing a bootable USB with this Operating System: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/wxlxjsni5d22zt5/AAA2iZ9QlEMXJNddeoIOZ-mxa https://www.dropbox.com/sh/omarv86jnqnc08j/AACN_FIz-cDeiTBdRtsWjZbMa?dl=0

    don't work any more, they show an empty page.
    Since this OS is not an ISO image, I don't find the way to doing a bootable USB with these kind of files. Please, Anyone know how to doing an USB bootable with this OS that is on the 1netbook website?
    Or anyone has the "USB tools " and the "Guide to make a bootable USB" that were before on 1netbook website ??

    Thank you very much,
    Regards.
     

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  7. BillyZ

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    Thank you @jnjroach and @Ashers. I re-installed the original display drivers from https://www.1netbook.com/download/ . It asked if I wanted to downgrade since I have newer drivers installed in my system. I said yes, and it worked immediately aftewards. Thanks for your help!
     
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  8. BillyZ

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    Sorry to hear that! Unfortunately, I don't have a cached copy of that missing page. but have you tried something like Rufus? https://rufus.ie/
     
  9. Androidsys91

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    Hello, yes, but rufus, pendrivelinux, multibootusb, unetbootin, etc, all of these programs only can doing a bootable USB from an ISO image, and the archive on 1netbook website are files, I think they are WIM files or so, I don't know.
    I don't find the way to doing a bootable USB with them.
     
  10. BillyZ

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    i remember that PDF you are talking about. I had to clean-boot mine when I got rid of my linux/win dualboot and do a from-scratch win10 install.

    unfortunately, i don't have the PDF anymore.

    however, in this site: https://www.1netbook.com/qa/ it seems to have instructions for how to boot once you have a bootable disk in hand. and I think i have the actual output of my previous attempt, which should be all the bootable files. and when I look at them, they look like the exact output of the multipart zip that's still on the OneMix OS Share. can I suggest that you try the below (in case you haven't tried this exact route before).

    1. get a free USB drive (>10 GB)
    2. make it bootable (but without an ISO). try this: https://fossbytes.com/create-bootable-usb-without-software-windows-10-using-command-prompt/
    3. download the 9 part zip of the OneMix2(+) OS: https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=!AI2hKdcapiYOg0c&id=568CBBC00F505829!368&cid=568CBBC00F505829
    4. use 7zip to unzip/merge the 9 parts
    5. copy the output to your bootable USB from #2
    6. follow the instructions from: https://www.1netbook.com/qa/ -> How to reinstall win10 by USB disk to boot.

    See if this helps?
     
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