Pred Triton 500 Reinstalled Windows - How do I get the turbo button to work?

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  1. vahdyx

    vahdyx Notebook Consultant

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    Hello Everyone,

    I just bought this laptop and it's much better than the MSI GS65... I should actually say there's more pros than cons for my needs with the Acer. Not to offend any MSI fans out there.

    Anyway, one pain point after upgrading RAM and Storage was reinstalling Windows. Took be a little bit of time to figure out the Killer driver issue when Windows update ran. All beside the point, I got everything working with Windows 10 Enterprise minus the Turbo button. Anyone reinstalled windows and get turbo button working?
     
  2. Brightwood

    Brightwood Newbie

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    Hi! There some apps on acer official driver site. After reinstalling Windows and installing these apps - everything works perfectly.
     
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    vahdyx Notebook Consultant

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    Ah it's the "Quick Access Service". I didn't install this because I assumed it was junk software. Turns out I was wrong. Thanks man.
     
  4. Brightwood

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    It's tiny app, that worked for me.
     
  5. vahdyx

    vahdyx Notebook Consultant

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    How did you get the thunderbolt drivers installed? There's no Exe in the package and I don't see it in Device manager
     
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    Brightwood Newbie

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    I have nothing to plug to check Thunderbolt drivers are installed, but also I don't see any uninstalled driver in Device manager, windows hook up almost everything now automatically. I just don't worry
     
  7. Brightwood

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    Or try this[​IMG]
     
  8. vahdyx

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    The thunderbolt drivers, don't have an EXE file so it's not installable, I need to find the existing thunderbolt drivers in device manager to use the zip that Acer provides.
     
  9. rinneh

    rinneh Notebook Prophet

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    Yeah the Acer driver packages are terriblle, i just downlaoded them all from the manufacturers sites such as Intel.
     
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