Fn-keys only work again, when I restart the comp. Sharper high notes, clearer vocals, deeper bass, and a wider sound range all impress, completing a remarkably attractive portable multimedia package. On the networking side, the Zenbook ships with the aforementioned Bluetooth 4. Select your ssd as the primary boot drive. Thanks for the nice description, which kept me very well prepared for this upgrade job.
I decided to give Windows 10 Preview a try and everything seems to be working just fine. The headphone jack works fine in Ubuntu, so I know it's not a hardware issue or my headphones. Thanks for very usefull post and comments. Reset the cmos to restore to default settings. Edit: Again, someone could argue that back cover is a bit bent after this upgrade, but you really have to look at it closely and know how laptop looked before upgrade.
Everything went fine according to the flash utility. The touchpad is much improved, though the keyboard is the same flat, Chiclet style. We will see how that will transfer to real life. I understand that the Samsung may be faster and has a longer warranty. Specs are as follows: Intel Core i5-3317u 1. The one downside: all those pixels crammed into a 13. Neither battery nor keyboard seemed to change anything, which left me with the motherboard.
This laptop does not have an ethernet port, just a usb adapter, which i'm hoping is not problematic given that I've read that you need working ethernet. It does not means that the keymap is linked to the functionality. Thank you very much again! As I think I have already written somewhere — If I would be choosing between two disks, that would be the same only difference in size — same performance regarding speeds, capacity, etc. I suppose there are a lot of variables. How is it that I don't see it in the boot options menu? Now the ssd isn't recognized at all and my notebook seems pretty useless running Ubuntu from a bootable usb atm.
When I received the Zenbook it was not booting, not reacting at all no lights whatsoever. Press F10 to save and exit. Here are my results: The Problem lies in dual-booting a Linux Distribution and some version of Windows. I realised that both batteries were quite low and charged them to about 40-50%. Hello, after waiting for the ssd and adapter, here the news: it works!!! Graphics To use the Intel graphics card, install the xf86-video-intel package and read.
To really switch off you may need to press power switch more than 5 seconds continuous. Fire it up — Great: No problems at all. If it doesn't then the adapter is probably the issue. Maybe 214 if and when it comes out will fix these issues. I've asked asus support, am waiting for their answer. It's not that the usb isn't recognized, it's a thing about secure boot and csm and all the other uefi things, that keeps your thumb drive from being recognized.
I called support and they are useless. I created a plus the Win8. I had the same problem as you and I solved it well, i didn't solve it by myself using an external partitioning program, 'cause the 1029 error you get by trying to restore the notebook from its restore dvds is sign of a corrupted partition table. Go to Boot menu and set the proper boot device. Can someone of you please measure the capacity of the condensator and let me know? On a laptop, open up the ram area and find the attached cmos battery. It uses precision-crafted aluminum throughout its monoshell build, ensuring light durability.
It primarily depends on your screen resolution, which you have not specified. All this is mitigated slightly by the physical size of the keys, which are suitably large. Not the answer you're looking for? Thanks in advance for your help! Ah well, thanks to this forum at least you know from others experience what will work. It performs well, is super-slim and light, and looks fabulous. See if the ssd is enabled. Now I revive my laptop more than twice cheaper than it could cost me in official service and quite happy with it.
Perhaps your issues lies with the hard drive or boot device and not a power issue. Replacement went well; now laptop is working for two days without any concerns. Than make sure that you get as thin disk as possible. I think I turned off fast boot and turned on the? You should use whatever touchpad disabling method you prefer. Did this because I still have warranty and I don't want to replace the chip already inside. I've tried to roll back the bios to a previous version using the flash utility in the bios but it says they are too old. Not to mention the backlight bleed all over the bottom of the screen.
The usb drive finally appeared just after I hit Ctrl+Atl+Del after boot. How is trackpad, are three, four finger swipes detected as expected? When I go to the boot menu, the screen says: Boot Option 1 Windows Boot Manager Add New Boot Option Delete Boot Option There is no option to boot from anywhere else! After that you only put back lid back on and secure all 10 screws. Thanks in advance for your answer Hello and thank you for making this blog! The original drive being a pretty old design I would have thought that actually almost any current generation drive would be a lot more efficient. So after repeatedly running into this issue I took some time to deliberately reproduce the problem and then try to fix this. Multitouch gestures and tap-to-click no longer have excessive lag, either. When I originally did some research I found many people with the same problem, but not many who solved it.