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    Default Re: ACER 6935G, My Own Complete Review

    inside user guide book on page 14 there are WINDOWS MOBILITY SERVICE and shortcut are 'window key + X' but in my system I couldn't find this items, even if I right/left click on battery taskbar icon (bottom right), it's not there. does any of you know how can I get those back in my laptop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wandyhee View Post
    inside user guide book on page 14 there are WINDOWS MOBILITY SERVICE and shortcut are 'window key + X' but in my system I couldn't find this items, even if I right/left click on battery taskbar icon (bottom right), it's not there. does any of you know how can I get those back in my laptop?
    Er Just checking but have you disconnected your battery by any chance? WinMobility Center Needs ro have the Battery connected to function.

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    Any reason why you blocked out your bf from that pic?

    Not a bad review, though I'd follow the traditional format if you wish to be paid (I believe?) for it.

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    Default Re: ACER 6935G, My Own Complete Review

    By request: photo of the inside of a 6930G laptop, showing two hdd bays:



    Yes, it will easily take a standard 2.5" HDD. The interface is SATA. I checked with a spare drive I had.

    Only one small problem though:



    The cover has two largish plastic support struts poking up which means you can't reinstall the cover without breaking them off (they hit the drive). I'm not about to experiment with a client machine, but it looks to me like they're not gonna come off easily either. Maybe with a pair of pliers.

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    There are two versions of this 2nd HDD cover, one allows for the 2nd HDD to be present the other does not. I imagine those lugs are part of the difference between the two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ugenldorji View Post
    Er Just checking but have you disconnected your battery by any chance? WinMobility Center Needs ro have the Battery connected to function.
    thanks, it's actually there when I check it with battery on (normally I remove battery if I plug-in)... my bad

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    Default Re: ACER 6935G, My Own Complete Review

    Hey techperson , could you give me the full specs and model number of that laptop please ?
    Acer Aspire 6935G
    Centrino 2 T9400 @ 2.53 GHz
    1066 MHz FSB / 6MB L2 cache
    GeForce 9600M GT 512MB DDR3 up to 1791MB Turbocache
    4GB DDR3 / 320 GB HDD
    16'' WUXGA Full HD 1080P CineCrystal LCD
    Blu Ray Drive / Vista Ultimate

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    Default Re: ACER 6935G, My Own Complete Review

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhisattva_ View Post
    Hey techperson , could you give me the full specs and model number of that laptop please ?
    It's a 6930G, client machine so it's not mine. Not sure where I'd find the exact specs for this particular model. From building it, Intel chipset, nvidia 9600M video, realtek and nvidia sound, 320gb primary hdd, no secondary, 2.4ghz cpu, 3gb RAM, Intel wireless, Atheros LAN, Sayen webcam.

    Used to be Vista Home Premium but it's now XP, and it was a bugger tracking down all the drivers.

    I'm not overly fond of Acer machines, and the main reasons why are Acer's terrible driver download pages (although these have improved in recent months) and their lack of support for WinXP.
    Last edited by techperson; 24th April 2009 at 07:06 PM.

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    Personally, I prefer Vista since it runs much more stable and smooth compared to XP. But I believe someone in the Acer forum put together all the drivers for XP in a post.
    Current laptop: Lenovo W520, previous laptops: MBP 15, Acer 6920G, Dell Inspiron 8200.

    M4600 vs. W520 vs. 8560w

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    Default Re: ACER 6935G, My Own Complete Review

    Thx for the info techperson .

    I really hope my laptop also has room for an extra HDD .

    Sucks that i don't have a stupid screwdriver lying around to take a quick look .

    Ah well , even if i had room i still would have waited untill SSD prices came down .
    Acer Aspire 6935G
    Centrino 2 T9400 @ 2.53 GHz
    1066 MHz FSB / 6MB L2 cache
    GeForce 9600M GT 512MB DDR3 up to 1791MB Turbocache
    4GB DDR3 / 320 GB HDD
    16'' WUXGA Full HD 1080P CineCrystal LCD
    Blu Ray Drive / Vista Ultimate

 

 

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