CF19 mk8

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  1. jocker01

    jocker01 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Can't get into bios, pass protected :(
     
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    jocker01 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Tried, but only USB mouse without luck, emailed Panasonic about warranty but being a second hand not sure is warranty is still valid :(
     
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    Shawn Crackpot Search Ninja and Options Whore

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    In device manager make sure the touchpad/mouse driver is VERSAPAD.
     
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    Shawn Crackpot Search Ninja and Options Whore

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    Pull base and unplug GPS.
     
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    And then install gps registry patch and plug gps back.
     
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    I don't want to open a covers yet as I don't want to void my warranty (in case Panasonic will honor it).
    So you think is a issue with GPS not a touchpad itself?
    I just started another install of fresh windows 7 with panasonic drivers implemented by me (NTlight) if this will not work i will try install all drivers again when is installed.
    I managed to get it done one and had to reinstall it as messed up drivers for WWAN.
     
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    Take hdd out, put into another pc (any), boot, install gps patch, return hdd back to mk8.
     
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    sorted, I think.....
    Installed drivers through safe mode and now cursor stopped his madness.

    I will try to update all drivers now as some errors showing up after booting up.
     
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    nearly done, just wwan driver now....
    stragling to install it, showing in device manager MC7305.
    Downloaded drivers from Panasonic website and still don't work :(
    Any ideas?
    Regards
     
  10. SHEEPMAN!

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    Use search box in upper right of this screen.

    Type "MC7305" and brick. I personally haven't used 7305.
     
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