I started this years ago and multiple Windows versions ago. First thing I do with a new install is disable sleep and hibernate. I had problems...
I wanted to have the BIOS keyboard all the time but that was above my pay grade to accomplish.
OK. Now that I read your entire post I can give a more accurate answer.
We worked with a similar issue on several versions of Linux. The embedded...
To open the On-Screen Keyboard
Go to Start , then select Settings > Ease of Access > Keyboard, and turn on the toggle under Use the On-Screen...
Makes sense. Panasonic tweaks the drivers a good bit especially for the fanless models.
One exception I have found is to use the generic (newer)...
How did putting Debian on your phone speed up the R8?
Happy to help, even if it took a while.
Some of the Win 10 tweakers I use
UWT4--A lot of tweaks with this
Old New Explorer
Classic Shell- now called Open Shell
Are you going to replace that chip?
Can you just return it to the seller?
I don't have any schematics for anything that new.
First thing I would check the the port that the charger plugs into.
Even if it was paste from the factory I would replace it with pads.
Windows 10 really takes care of a lot of stuff that we previously needed to do manually. I don't think we need to worry about any ( I can't recall...
I have never seen that on a unmolested Toughbook.
The CF 1's and CF 2's are a real challenge to tear down.
I agree with Toughbook. Only...
I tried a Dell card a while back and had no luck.
I agree flashing seems like a lot of hassle. I tried to flash the Dell and failed.
Happy to help.
Which card worked? From a Dell or something else?
Did you change the optional config setting in the BIOS?
I think I still have 2 of those dual adapters.
I am loading Win 10 on the Ideapad. The touchpad is not nearly as responsive as a Toughbook. Maybe...
I have 2 or 3 of those dual adapters. Unfortunately the Ideapad is 20 volt. I think Dell made dual adapters at a higher voltage.
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