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ACER 6935G, My Own Complete Review

Discussion in 'Notebook News and Reviews' started by darika, Dec 28, 2008.

  1. cmick25

    cmick25 Notebook Consultant

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    Hi! Two weeks ago I was thinking whether to buy Acer 6930g, 5735z, or Lenovo N500-they were all for the same price, give or take 10 £...I was almost 99% sure I will buy 6930g, because it was the prettiest (I was buying laptop for my sister in Germany!) but I went to some stores to try how both Acer's laptops "feel" and I was disappointed to see that keyboards were quite flimsy, with significant amount of flex in various area...So, I decided to go with Lenovo N500 and that machine is so firm, it has even better, sturdier keyboard than my Thinkpad R61e...If only Acer paid a little bit more attention to quality of keyboard area...
     
  2. enteng.kbsote

    enteng.kbsote Newbie

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    Hi there...

    Does anybody experienced issues while installing the newest Nvidia driver on 6935G?
     
  3. darika

    darika Notebook Consultant

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    I've installed the last nVidia driver 185.81. No problem with display driver but I got a problem with the HDMI Audio Driver. It did a conflict with the ACER Audio Management. To solve this problem I've only reinstalled the previous HDMI Audio driver.
     
  4. wandyhee

    wandyhee Notebook Enthusiast

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    i just installed new 185.81 driver, and this is first thing I found after restart the system.

    [​IMG]

    any idea to solve it? do I need to reinstall the driver for realtek?
     
  5. Carab

    Carab Notebook Enthusiast

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    wandyhee, remove the Nvidia sound drivers you installed with the 185.81 drivers.

    by th way have any of you 6935/g owners upgraded to Windows 7 RC?
    i still have Vista 32bit and was wondring if I do a clearn install Windws 7 64bit, will the restore factory settings(F10) still work
     
  6. applefreakpeeps

    applefreakpeeps Notebook Enthusiast

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    yeah 7 RC works great on mine :) have installed nvidia's WDDM 1.1 supporting 185.18 beta drivers for Windows 7
     
  7. benyeap

    benyeap Notebook Enthusiast

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    Just done OC 9600M GT with the bios override method. Now using NVidia 185.81 beta drivers. However I am getting lower 3DMarks06 score but with GPU-Z all showing increased clocks, why is this so guys??
     
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    x64Man Notebook Consultant

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    Do IE8 web pages seem to be jerky (not smooth scrolling) to you with these drivers.
     
  9. Carab

    Carab Notebook Enthusiast

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    Is F10 working?
     
  10. wandyhee

    wandyhee Notebook Enthusiast

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    thanks for advise, I disable nvidia audio and everything's back to normal
     
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