T5010 - Windows 7 drivers now on Fujitsu website

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  1. SteveMC

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    It looks like Fujitsu are now providing their official drivers for Windows 7 for the T5010, as I've just downloaded the complete set from their support site. I would link to the page, but it's not possible (it requires you to pick your model each time).

    I've not tested the drivers yet, as I'm waiting for my release edition of 7 to arrive before re-installing, but it's a good sign!

    Stephen
     
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    Heh, drivers for W7 were already out on Fujitsu Europe for about a month now.
     
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    sorry to bump such an old topic, but does anyone have everything fully functional in Windows 7 with their t5010?

    My orientation buttons won't work, it won't auto rotate for me.
     
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    Did you install the intel display driver?
     
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    yes, intel display driver.
     
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    Anyone else got Windows 7 fully working on their T5010?
    I'm fed up of Vista crashing.
     
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    Yes, everything works fine with my T5010 and Win7 Ultimate. What are your specific problems?

    By the way, I have not seen much difference in stability between Vista and Win7. The system had always been rock solid. When I upgraded to Win7 Ultimate, I had to reinstall all drivers and this worked fine except from auto-rotation (which is a registry hack).
     
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    If I leave it idling for a few minutes (say 10) while I go get a coffee or whatever, I come back and it is completely unresponsive and needs a forced power off and re-start to get it going again. I suspected the video driver but having rolled back to the previous Intel and then the original Fujitsu driver, the problem is still there.

    Am considering a full restore from the supplied disk but it's a PITA and I don't have time at the moment. Was thinking W7 might be more stable, but perhaps it's not Vista after all.

    The other thing I could do is do a clean install and then add things one by one until the problem happens (assuming it doesn't happen from the outset), but again I don't have the time.

    Good to know W7 does work well though!
     
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    Thanks but my T5010 is set to never sleep/hibernate etc. when on AC power, it should just sit there waiting for me to use it but it crashes.
     
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