Windows 7 and Fujitsu T4220

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  1. random715

    random715 Pen Pal - Newbie

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    New to the site and sorry if this issue has been discussed already. I have recently upgraded my ram on my laptop from 3GB to 4GB and in doing so require a 64bit OS. Rather than seeing the difference with windows vista, i went straight to 7 beta to see the performance. So far it is flawless except for the drivers that come from fujitsu seem to be very incompatible. Windows 7 makes up for this by providing excellent built in tablet software except for a few issues. I can't seem to get the buttons on my screen working and have, to the best of my ability, tried all of the vista drivers which seem to be compatible for most programs. Has anyone here experimented with the T4220 and windows 7 and managed to get the screen buttons working and/or getting it to auto switch to Portrait when flipped as it does in vista?
     
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    I found solutions to most of my problems; however, i am still having trouble with the audio input for headphones and mics on the front. I imagine this is because i am unable to get the x64 vista drivers to install. Anyone know of a potential solution to this?
     
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    have you only tried the Fujitsu drivers? Or also the original Realtek drivers?
     
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    leaftye Old timer Super Moderator

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    Care to share?
     
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    ive tried only fujitsu drivers. ive only tried the fujitsu ones. would realtek ones work?
     
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    yes you can use the drivers directly from your audio cards manufacturer.
     
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    Thanks for the help. One last question though. I apparently have an unknown device located on the Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System. Any idea what that is or how to find drivers for it? and lefteye, virtually everything i found came from the threads frank posted. If anyone has any questions beyond that i would be happy to help to the best of my ability.

    EDIT: fixed the Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System problem :D
     
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    Has anyone figured out the how to get the ACPI Compliant device to work?
     
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    I have been having a problem getting the scroll button to work with windows 7. Is there a certain driver that I need to download, if so, could anyone tell me where it is? Thanks!
     
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