R1F Audio Jack Static Poll

Discussion in 'Asus' started by Loaf., Nov 16, 2006.

  1. woutervegter

    woutervegter Pen Pal - Newbie

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    would not be surprised if the static problem is regio related...
     
  2. techaholic

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    I tried that but for 64bit it didn't work for me!!!
     
  3. Pyxus

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    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
     
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  4. jdwilson

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    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
     
  5. eva04

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    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......................
     
  6. Loaf.

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    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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