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Asus Vista 32/64 Drivers

Discussion in 'Asus' started by GenTechPC, Jan 24, 2007.

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  1. GenTechPC

    GenTechPC Company Representative

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    Important note: Please update your BIOS first, some drivers will not work such as ATK hotkey if you are still using the old BIOS.

    Here are some of the drivers we found:

    ATK Drivers and Utility: (must uninstall previous version of ATK and Power4gear, WConsole, Touchpad)
    For Vista 64:
    -Download and Install ATK Driver for Vista 64 and install ATK Hotkey, ATK OSD, ATK Media Utility

    For Vista 32:
    -Download and Install ATK Driver for Vista 32 and install ATK Hotkey, ATK OSD, ATK Media Utility

    ATK Driver (Vista 64)
    http://downloadmirror.intel.com/df-support/12669/eng/ATKDrv_V1043.2.15.66_logo_Vista64.zip

    ATK Driver (Vista 32)
    http://dlsvr01.asus.com/pub/ASUS/nb/R1F/ATKDrv_Vista32bit_070126.zip

    ATK Hotkey Utility for Vista 32/64 V070213 (Thanks to BENDER)
    http://dlsvr01.asus.com/pub/ASUS/nb/z96j/ATK_Hotkey_vista_070213.zip


    ATK_MEDIA Utility Vista 32/64 (updated version)
    http://dlsvr01.asus.com/pub/ASUS/nb/G1/ATKMedia_Vista32bit_070125.zip

    ASUS ATKOSD2 UTILITY Vista 32/64 (updated version)
    http://dlsvr01.asus.com/pub/ASUS/nb/G1/ATKOSD2_Vista32bit_070125.zip

    Mainboard Chipsets
    Intel INF Update Windows XP/Vista 32/64

    nForce Vista 32 (Asus A6T/Z92T)

    nForce Vista 64 (Asus A6T/Z92T)

    Graphics Card
    Intel 945GM Graphics Vista 64

    Intel 945GM Graphics Vista 32

    ATI Radeon Vista 32/64 New V8.33-CCC 03/20/07 (X600/X700X1600X1700)

    GeForce Vista 32 New V7.15.10.9802 04/13/07 (updated by Justinsub7, Should work for all GeForce 6XXX and 7XXX cards)

    Forceware 167.49 for Vista 32 (thanks to RangerXML)

    GeForce Vista 64 (Should work for all GeForce 6XXX and 7XXX cards)

    Wireless/Modem/Lan
    Realtek Modem Vista 32/64

    Realtek LAN Vista 32/64

    E-SATA for Vista 32/64
    http://downloadmirror.intel.com/df-support/12650/eng/V1.17.8.1_logo_XP_Vista32_64_NoApp.zip


    Wireless Console Vista 32/64

    Toshiba Bluetooth for Vista 32 (Thanks to Nrbelex)

    Toshiba Bluetooth for Vista 64 (Thanks to MelchiorZ)


    WLAN 3945 Vista 32/64

    Webcam
    Bison Camera (Sertek) Driver Vista 64

    Bison Camera Driver (Sertek) Vista 32

    D-Max Camera Driver Vista 32

    D-Max Camera Driver Vista 64

    Chicony CNF Camera Driver Vista 32/64 (F3JP and maybe work for other models)

    YaHsin Camera Driver Vista 32/64 (A8JS and maybe work for other models)

    Synaptics TouchPad Vista 32/64

    Realtek Audio Vista 32/64

    Asus NB Probe Vista 32

    TPM Vista 32

    TPM Vista 64

    Power4Gear eXtreme for Vista 32

    Power4Gear Vista (Thanks to BENDER)

    ATKDrv Vista 64-bit 1043.2.15.66 (Thanks to ladude626)

    Windows BIOS Flash Utility for Win Vista (Thanks to BENDER)

    Ricoh card reader Vista 32-bit (Thanks to sprtnbsblplya)

    Ricoh card reader Vista 64-bit

    WinFlash for Vista:
    http://dlsvr01.asus.com/pub/ASUS/nb/F9F/WinFlash_for_BIOS_Utility_vista_070423.zip

    Note:
    For touchpad enable/disable buttons please install Touchpad driver.
    For wireless enable/disable buttons please install WirelessConsole.

    Follow the instructions if you are getting error message regarding Windows Administrator permission:

    1: Go to Control Panel>User Accounts:
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    2: Click on the Administrator account:
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    3: Uncheck "Use User Account (UAC) to help protect your computer":
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    4: When drivers installation is completed you might want to re-check "Use User Account (UAC) to help protect your computer".
     
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    Thanks, but they don't seem to work. 404 not found. Cheers!
     
  3. GenTechPC

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    Which one? :confused: I tried all links and they seems to be working...
     
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    Weird, all works now. I'm most interested in atk100 for the w7j in vista. Let me try it out in a while...
     
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    Anyone managed to get P4G and spendid to work with Vista?
    They install fine, but won't load at startup :confused:
     
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    Are they in the startup folder?

    ~ Brett
     
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    No they are not...they are in the registry

    i guess i need to wait for a bios update, if ever ASUS releases one for the V6J ><;
     
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    Which one is P4G and hcontrol?
     
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    Have you tried putting them in the startup folder? :rolleyes:

    ~ Brett
     
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    hcontrol is akt100 i think...
     
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    Yes it is, hopefully Asus will upload Power 4 Gear soon.
     
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    Here's the Vista version of the Toshiba bluetooth stack, not the XP 64-bit version.

    Bender, I don't recognize some of those from my W3J drivers. Specifically, what are the ATKDrv UTILITY, ATKOSD2 UTILITY, ATK_MEDIA Utility?

    ~ Brett
     
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    The ATKDrv is your usual ATK0101 driver and the ATKOSD2 is a nice update for the OSD that appear when you press the asus function keys Fn+F2. The ATK_MEDIA i think is for the media buttons that are on sides of the W3J keyboard.
     
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    Hmm, I guess I'll have to wait 'till my copy arrives to figure out exactly which of those I need. I only remember installing Hcontrol (I assume the ATKDrv) but I could be wrong. What page are you getting the Asus utilities off of? The W3J's drivers page has no Vista drivers/programs yet...

    Thanks,
    ~ Brett
     
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    Thanks, you guys are good, I wasn't able to find all of it. :)
     
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    If ever they plan on releasing driver upgrades for us poor 1st gen yonah users :(
     

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