CLEVO Drivers Update Utility by OBSIDIAN-PC

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  1. Bongripper666

    Bongripper666 Notebook Geek

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    I cannot update the Intel Chipset driver since 3 weeks through the updater. The driver is installed successfully and after a restart i'm back to the old version. The Nvidia VGA driver i had to install 3 times before it worked.
     
  2. HawkInOz

    HawkInOz Notebook Geek

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    @John@OBSIDIAN-PC Will these 'easier life' and 'uninstaller' improvements to Fan Control also find their way soon into the other three apps as well? Thank you!!
     
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  3. John@OBSIDIAN-PC

    John@OBSIDIAN-PC Company Representative

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    Yes it will!!!
    Just need some extra time ;)

    OH by the way!!!! Hope you guys are enjoying Christmas and i wish you all a happy new year!
     
  4. Josh Schreuder

    Josh Schreuder Notebook Enthusiast

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    Happy holidays John, thanks for your hard work making our devices much better this year :)
     
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    Fluxtronics Notebook Enthusiast

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    I cannot resize the updater window and now it takes up the whole screen. Help?
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  6. vIkInG_w0w

    vIkInG_w0w Notebook Consultant

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    I believe you can click anywhere on the window to drag it. Try and drag it to the top so that the "resizer triangle" at the bottom right corner is visible and there you go.
     
  7. jcadduono

    jcadduono Notebook Guru

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    This happens when you go between different DPIs, especially on my multi monitor setup.
    First, exit the Updater application completely.
    Go to %USERPROFILE%\Documents\LaptopTools\Updater and open updater.ini (preferably in an application like Notepad++, in case any non-ASCII values exist)
    Remove the line that starts with mainWindowGeometry= and save the file.
    Next time you open Updater, it should be at the default window size.

    This should work for all the other apps too, except you edit different ini files in different folders inside LaptopTools.
     
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    -BaTaB- Notebook Consultant

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    happy new year folks
     
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  9. cwiggy78

    cwiggy78 Notebook Guru

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    Hi John,

    First of all happy new year (to everyone)

    Since reinstalling a fresh copy of Windows 10 a month ago and then installing all my drivers etc using updater i've had constant crackling and audio popping. Happens all the time mostly when system sounds play etc. Its driving me bananas. Anyone know a common fix ?

    P870 dm3-g

    Kind Regards

    Chris (UK)

    Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
     
  10. D2 Ultima

    D2 Ultima Livestreaming Master

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    This may or may not fix it, but try opening your realtek HD audio manager from the system tray and opening "power management" (looks like a blue battery above the OK sign at the bottom right) and un-check "enable power management". Lemme know if that fixes it.
     
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