Talk about the wireless features of the micro PC.
UX1XN wrote:Model tricks??? Pls explain...
Well the model.txt trick is different in windows XP and Vista, which are you running ??
model.txt trick is also in my sig .. not sure what OS though
EDIT: ok so that driver is for XP so to pass the model.txt trick in windows XP you will ...
1. open the model.txt which is located in C:\WINDOWS, keep it open ( NOTE: you have to let a driver fail to install first for the model.txt to show up )
2. open your wireless driver, do not continue to install, just run it and let it sit for the mean time
3. in the model.txt text file which you have open, change it to the model which the wireless driver is for ie UX90 or UX280P, save the file and now continue to install the driver
Once the driver program is open it will not let you change the model.txt file
UX1XN wrote:I've managed to install v10.5 but everytime I upgrade it to v220.127.116.11, It's not seeing any router. When I downgrade it back to v10.5, it worked again. Funny.
Weird, ever since I had that issue I just stayed away from the v18.104.22.168 drivers
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pyrojester wrote:I've had issues finding a router too, just stuck with 10.5
Yeah I don't really like this but if it is not broken don't fix it lol
10.5 work great so I am happy. How often does intel release updates ??
Agus wrote:I've got same problem before, to use v.11 again you must do my step in my post earlier.
Well that just seems so tedious just to upgrade a driver, do you benefit from having this latest driver ??
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