Just downloaded it -- now just need to figure out how to use it. I thought I remapped it correctly but it doesn't work even after I restart.
I would like the volume - and + keys to be f3 and f4... don't know why Asus put it on the other side.
They were f3 and f4 on my old vaio and it was so easy to turn my volume up or down.
launch the program and click on the Half Teach Mode button. Click on the scan a single key and then press f3. Click on the drop down menu and select your new key. Repeat the step for f4 key and then hit apply and reboot. The only thing that sucks about using keytweak is that it will not display the status of the volume like when you are using the fn + f11, f12. but it works tho
i have istalled the empty (msdn) version of windows 7 ultimate x64
and installed all drivers from asus.com (including fresco usb driver 3.5.4)
but STILL usb 3.0 doesn't work with my external hdd Samsung m2 1gb
it works with the left usb 2.0 port, it works with micro usb cable via that blue port on the right (on speed of 2.0 certainly), but does not work by usb 3.0 cable
Anyway, I hear a 'connecting' sound when connect it to the usb 3.0 and the position in Device Manager appears with a problem sign '!' and inscription 'code 10' but the hdd doesn't open in my computer
Please, help me. Lost 2 days to find a solution, still no good news
Does usb 3.0 work with the stock laptops from the box? Unfortunately I forgot to try my new hdd when the laptop was in "stock". I want to know it to figure out if now it doesn't work because of windows reinstall and drivers absence
Just flashed bios 209.
The first i recognised is the improved wireless speed... The first time im getting full speed with download. Tried various speed tests. Before i was getting only 60 to 70 percent of what the internet is capable (on two different locations).
If the touchpad (sentelic) will get a little bit better driver than i will be fully satisfied with the zenbook.
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