In the interests of (yet unproven) marginal progress, I have taken the Windows 7 x64 vga driver archive from Asus's download page for the UL80Vt-A1, mimed it with updated drivers from the newest Intel GS45 and nVidia driver releases, changed the names of the driver sets in the original proprietary .infs/.cats/.txts, and zipped the thing together in hopes of someone's bravely testing the installation on top of a fresh copy of Windows 7 x64. I'd do it myself, but my replacement "clean install" hard drive has not yet arrived. Experimental Updated Hybrid Graphical Driver Set for UL(3/5/8)0Vt Notebook (Windows 7 x64) (128MB .zip @Filedropper.com) I make no predictions on the probability of successful installation; my hope is that the new files with the old installation structure will bang into place without incident in a fresh installation. Note also that the original display driver archive provided by Asus is a little wonky to begin with--the audio folder and the setup.exe files at root go together (they are from the extraction of the file "hdaudio_1.00.00.63_xp_vista_win7.exe" inside the larger nVidia executable. The stuff in the display folder of the Asus archive is the amalgamation of files from the official Intel driver set, the official nVidia driver set, and the OEM modifications (of standard Intel/nVidia files) guiding the installation on the ULx0Vt notebooks. What I've provided above simply mirrors that structure. The text file included in my updated archive provides a little more detail on exactly what I've changed. And, lastly, a small plea from the needy directed to those of advanced mechanical skills and/or recherché vendor knowledge: to the extent that you have accumulated it, please provide any **detailed** information (i.e., with photo/video/schematic) regarding the manner of disassembly and the interior layout of the UL80Vt-A1 (and its siblings)--especially in the case of items like the Atheros wifi card which manifestly and negatively affect basic usage of the notebook. Speaking only for myself as an owner, I have less interest in replacing a functioning keyboard with a lighted functioning keyboard than do I in replacing a crippled wifi card with a functioning one. Any assistance advanced owners can render in this area would I think benefit the community vastly.