Discussion in 'Asus' started by Loaf., Nov 16, 2006.
would not be surprised if the static problem is regio related...
I tried that but for 64bit it didn't work for me!!!
Did you try the drivers here: http://www.asustreiber.de/download.php?list.55
In Vista x86, installing the ATK0100 and the new Intel video driver fixes the rotation button... I didn't test it with x64 though.
Please let us know how it goes
I agree that a real poll would be useful, but for the record:
USA R1F T5500, no relevant hardware/software mods
No static on speakers (haven't used headphones)
I did all the system punishment I could, sorry but I can't make it static!
Says R1F-K018T, Check Number 6446 on bottom
Update - I mean external speakers (Monsoon) - plugged in to audio out, not the tinny notebook speakers
Well yeah, i don't think anyone has static with speakers; not even me. Do try some earphones though if you wanna hear some static goodness......................
yeah, you wont get static through the speakers themselves.
USA version, no mods, with plenty of good ol' static coming through my earphones.
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