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After the panic and stress was over, I tried looking again for information on what had happened and found this blog post: I wish I had found this earlier as it would have saved me a heap of time.
The Problem OK, so "If it ain't broke, don't fix it"..... So when I recently saw that there was a couple of new ROM builds 08, I installed the ASUS Update tool again and installed 0905. If you remove the driver entirely all the function keys and power control functionality stopped working.Most vendor suppliers get OEM (original equipment manufacturers) to make their laptops.These brand name companies purchase their laptops from an ODM (Original Design Manufacturer) such as Quanta, Compal, Wistron, Inventec, Foxconn (Hon Hai), Flextronics and Asus (now Pegatron) with together 80% market share and Mi TAC, FIC, Arima, Uniwill, ECS and Clevo (remaining 20%).However, I noticed that the multi-touch and scrolling functions of the touchpad as well as the keyboard function key controls for volume, etc. By installing the Windows XP versions of the drivers for the touchpad and audio card as well as the Super Hybrid Engine software I was able to get all the function key controls working.Note: The Super Hybrid Engine software controls CPU and FSB clock speeds and optimises battery life.The Solution I already had a copy of the 0703 build of the ROM BIOS, so I tried to use the ASUS Update windows tool to roll back the BIOS. I already have USB drives set up to boot into Windows 98 command prompt and Windows Vista PBE (Pre Boot Environment) command prompt.
It told me that it would only work on ASUS machines and that it needed the ASUS ACPI Driver installed first. it is because of the failure of that driver that I want to downgrade the BIOS. So I use the Windows 98 drive and copy the AFUDOS tool and the ROM image to the drive and reboot.
Can freeze ocassionally hardware issue or a ram slot problem - no support for i Link firewire VT8363/8365 pci - FX201/FX202 FX210/FX215 FX401/FX402 FX404/FX405 972M, FX501/FX502 FX504/FX505, FX601/FX602, FX604/FX605 FXA53(US), FX701/FX702, FX704/FX705, FX801/FX802 FX804/FX805 PCG-FXA32, FXA33, FXA35/D, FXA36, FXA47, FXA48, FXA49, FXA59 - vt82c686b2006 64bit DDR2 memory, 2 2.0Ghz 5130 - 2.66GHz 5150 - 3.0GHz 5160 quad core xeon - Air Port Extreme (802.11a/b/g/n) and Bluetooth 2.0 EDR can be installed at additional cost - four PCIe expansion slots (one double-wide 16-lane) -2007 64bit - two 3 GHz Quad Core Xeon X5365 (Clovertown) processors with 8 MB of dedicated level 2 cache per processor - 4 PCIe slots - dual Gigabit Ethernet, five USB 2.0 ports, two Firewire "400" ports, two Firewire "800" ports, and optical digital audio in/out - Air Port Extreme (802.11g/n), Bluetooth 2.0 EDR, and a modem paid extras2008 64bit - 800Mhz DDR2 - 2.8 GHz Q. Most Intel Atom and equivalent AMD Fusion CPUs are faster than Intel P3s but still some way short of P4 or Dual Core performance.
version of the 780G that has no integrated graphics and supports a single graphics card in true x16 mode.
At the time of this initial installation, I also saw that ASUS released a 0703 ROM BIOS upgrade and so I downloaded the ASUS Update windows based tool and the ROM image and upgraded the BIOS.
Everything was fine with the machine working perfectly. Restarted Windows 7, logged in and the following error message appears: Every time you click OK to dismiss the error, a new window with the same message appears.
It came with Windows XP and the first thing I did was to install Windows 7 Ultimate onto it.