Aspire V7-482PG-9884

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  1. downloads

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    Switch off U-APSD in advanced driver settings (available via Device Manager).
     
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    My intel wireless card advanced driver settings has no U-APSD option.
     
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    That means you have an old driver. That males it even worse (this option was not visible in older versions).

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    Make sure to use the most recent driver.
     
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    yeah thanks i updated and U-APSD support is set to disabled. But still not smooth gameplay. Constant ping spikes
     
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    Apart from what you've already done all you can do is make sure that power-saving for Wi-Fi card is set to disabled.
    And what I would personally recommend is to move to 5GHz band - not necessarily now as a way of solving this issue, but as an update - 5GHz band is free and 802.11ac is very fast (if you need bandwidth)
     
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    PepeCZ Notebook Geek

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    I have one question for owners laptop Acer V7-482/582

    I want buy "Acer V7-582PG".
    Yes I know this is 15inch version laptop what is this thread, but i must write here because on notebookreview forum is not thread about 15inch version.
    15inch, 4GB DDR3, GeForce 850M 4GB DDR3, 1366x768 TN touch, only one difference is CPU i5-4210U vs i7-4510U
    https://www.alza.cz/acer-aspire-v7-582pg-black-touch-d2262076.htm
    https://www.alza.cz/acer-aspire-v7-582pg-black-touch-d2262084.htm


    How is protected Touch screen, I mean between touch screen and keyboard.
    When I look on all pictures so I not see any plastic bumpers (I mean on keyboard or screen)
    Because I fear that after small time will be on touch screen (on glass) scratches etc.
     
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    Nobody can give this information?
     
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    A bit late, but to answer your question, there's really no protection at all. I routinely have to wipe key-shaped squares of oil off the screen (yes, my hands tend to be a bit oily).

    That said, after two years of use, I haven't detected any scratches.
     
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    does anyone know how to turn the laptop on when the bottom casing is off? It seems like I need to attach the bottom cover before I can turn the laptop on.

    I also seem to be having an issue where plugging in a HDMi cabale shorts/shuts the PC off.
     
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