(TC4400) CTRL-ALT-DEL hardware button in tablet mode not working?

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  1. nutsnbolts

    nutsnbolts Scribbler - Standard Member

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    You guys should be using this (WINDOWS EXECUTABLE)

    That's what I'm using on my Ultimate Vista and it's working fine.
     
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    Oh yeah, for those who doubt. I confirmed this with several techs. It should be sp34809 (soft pack found at the Tablet PC Xp edition site). I actually even played dumb and was like oh yeah, what SP number is it of F.08 version. And they actually would tell me it's sp34809 and not sp34808 which you see on the vista link. I'm like ahh trick question.... good answer.

    Now Fix your site so it's easier to understand! lol.
     
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    Jesus, love wasting my time :) Thanks for their heads up! Who's their technical writer? Fire him!!
     
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    bilzebub Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Any other things not listed in the vista section but actually work?
     
  5. nutsnbolts

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    hmm, honestly I installed everything else on the site (vista). It's just the bios where you have to deviate to the Tablet PC XP edition site for the Bios. I do have an issue with the Q-menu where the hibernate and standby doesn't seem to function.

    Anyone else can confirm this?
     
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    What do you mean? Standby isn't working at all? I haven't tested out the Q-Menu yet, but my standby works (for now, not sure if it'll mess up like it did before).
     
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    What I mean is when you touch the Q-menu on the screen and brings up the little window, there should be a button for hibernate and standby. When you select one of those, it doesn't do anything.
     
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    Ohhhhhhh...let me try that...I haven't tried it yet. I'll update as soon as I try it.

    UPDATE: It doesn't work for me either. Go figure. =(
     
  9. nutsnbolts

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    Hmm..I guess time to call HP again and see what is going on. I know for the fact that the drivers they have for the Quick Launch buttons has a date in December so I'm presuming that they tested to see if it would install on Vista (which does) but as far as functionality is concerned, I don't think they checked that (or check the rest of the buttons).
     
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    I don't want to hijack this thread, but since many of you are using the new BIOS on the TC4400 with Vista, I'm wondering if when you open Mobility Center you get a brightness control.
     

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