D I have noticed some inconsistency in my Starcraft 2 streams as well, I imagine this will help with that if nothing else: The second time they sent it out to Asus, and they did the same, but re-installed windows completely nightmare as you all know because now its a day of reconfiguring the settings and software to your liking. Suffice it to say that this is absolutely maddening. I can rebuild a desktop but never been inside a laptop. The keyboard issues with lag and numpad keys was fixed with ATK 1. But there are several other materials that may create a potentially conductive connection to the top cover, including of course, the grounding tape that is supposed to be conductive. Page 53 of 60 First
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I finally had enough of the buggy touchpad and managed to grow some balls to disassemble my laptop not much of a disassemble though. If you have an Atheros Wifi card, did you do this?
Today I re-installed it by using -overall parameter this time. I am still so happy!! Buy an Asus and we’ll fill in your time! Installation and removal are easy I remember the old, old days of having to uninstall before upgrading to new versionsit runs unintrusively and most importantly effectively.
He would replace them himself, with the help of some guides he had found on U Toob.
But well, this is ok for me. I am going to express my dissatisfaction on the customer survey. How’s the progress with that one? I wasn’t aware of this forum at that time.
I’ve spend countless hours on this, including reinstalling the OS twice, upgrading the bios, reinstalling drivers, and much more. Can we freakin sue then to have them recall this flaky laptop?
Removing the silver plate must have given them more space to go down.
But the grounding efforts in the G74 appear to be far less pervasive, which would make me think that a few contacts are very critical. It HAS to be static because it’s a plastic keyboard. I think this has something to do with the problem If someone could find out what the glue and tape are made of, I can find information about the properties of this material. I was just trying to assess whether there might be any correlation between power source and touchpad behavior.
Anyway syaptics squire, who had been patiently saving every dime, decided to buy the horse, and name it Anyway, waiting for your advices! Up until then, they had never seen it first hand, I had video of the situation but no hands on proof, but now the proof was there. I also put a piece of paper between the two cables that are connected to the touchpad and the touchpad itself.
I was g73dw and found this thread while suffering this for the millionth time. Adhesive-based grounds, like the G73’s single foil cover or the smaller foil strip on the G74, seem to be far less reliable than a rigid metal ground, generally accomplished with a cage. I tried searching for drivers automatically through the device manager, and I tired to unzip the Synaptics tool with no success.
At noteebook it was plugged in, the touchpad was checked for movements and the unit was returned.
I mean when you’re using the tp not when you’re inside the notebook. I did still leave a piece of the foam tape on each side of the touchpad to prop it up slightly, so that might also be helping. On some units, this is placed haphazardly and can overlap onto the metal that backs the keyboard: A couple days ago I read elsewhere about the touchpad problem and got the item about opening to the moodpad to solve the problem.
My N-series looks completely different inside, and the TP implementation is quite different from the G74’s. I used the system for almost a year without any issue. I will attempt this fix on my own but i will say if it works or not I will NOT buy another Asus product for as long as i live and I will advocate the same to everyone I know, I’ve never spent this much money on a laptop before, I just expected for that kind of money everything would be perfect!
I’ve been browsing abound and it seems that a lot of G73 owners have this high latency problem with the nvidia drivers.
It took 3 exchanges for me to get a BlackBerry Tour without trackball issues.
I hope ASUS can provide support for this issue. Nicest touchpad I’ve ever used, bar none.
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