Asus notebook keys, v1.3

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  1. dubi

    dubi Newbie

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    Hey guys,

    I've downloaded this great app, but for some reason, when I try to assign a keystroke, the CTRL, ALT and SHIFT modifiers are all checked and grayed out, so I cannot uncheck them. I tried different keys, but it makes no different. Any ideas?

    I'm using NBkeys 1.3. The notebook is F3SV running Vista Home with SP1. The hcontrol is 1043.2.31.91.

    NP, thanks for your great work!
     
  2. chinmonkie

    chinmonkie Notebook Evangelist

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    hmm I wonder what happened to the program developer... but yeah I think its part of the revision to 1.4
     
  3. D3X

    D3X the robo know it all

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    Just got an F8SN-B1, it's running 1043.2.31.100 and unfortunately NB keys does not work.
     
  4. neoflame

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    Hey everyone,

    As the original author seems to be MIA, but thankfully open-sourced this program, I thought I'd post a modified AsusNbKeysCtrl with some small bugfixes:
    • Ctrl/Alt/Shift can be changed for keystroke mappings
    • Keystroke mappings can be modified when editing existing events
    • Various GUI fixes

    Rapidshare link: http://rapidshare.com/files/130238070/AsusNbKeysCtr-1.3fix.zip

    The Rapidshare link and attachment link are the same file; both only contain a modified AsusNbKeysCtrl, you still need AsusNbKeys from the author's original post.

    Enjoy!
     

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  5. KilledKenny

    KilledKenny Notebook Enthusiast

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    Tnx neoflame, really appreciate what you have done :)

    Rep++
     
  6. D3X

    D3X the robo know it all

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    awesome! It works on my F8SN!
     
  7. jaspie

    jaspie Notebook Enthusiast

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    Question ~

    How do I check what version my hcontrol.exe is?

    Thanks ~
     
  8. taigech

    taigech Notebook Consultant

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    This is pretty awesome...
     
  9. E.B.E.

    E.B.E. NBR Procrastinator

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    jaspie: Find HControl.exe in the Windows directory, Right click on the file, Properties, then Version.
     
  10. essexboyracer

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    Hi All,

    I know that this program is only for software events, but has anyone come across a way to control the quick access keys on the top right of my G71V?

    What I am thinking is, change the ExpressGate key to boot into my Ubuntu partition instead
     

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