Contact Us Advanced Search Sitemap News ASUS Global CPU Support Technical Documents Troubleshooting Forum Technical Inquiries Recommended Power Supply Wattage Calculator Guideline for solving PC startup problem English 繁體中文 简体中文 In the case of most recent Asus notebook releases, it comes with dual partitioned HDD out of the book, so install to the second partition. since it did not work since Vista64 =(For the eSata driver, you might want to try the JMicron drivers from here: http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us&model=CommandoAs for the RICOH card reader driver, these might help: I think the main difference between the G2S and the G2Sg is the 8700m vs 8600m, so I don't know about the graphic drivers. http://advalens.com/asus-g2s/asus-g2s-drivers-for-xp.html
Core2Duo 2.2Ghz, OCZ 4Gb RAM, HITACHI 200Gb 7200rpm, Intel WiFi Link 4965AGN, Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 8000, Zalman NC-2000, Lapped Heatpipes and with some ArticSilver 5. If you have a look at the driver dowloads for this model, you'll see the following disparity:Vista 32-bit - 88 FilesVista 64-bit - 28 FilesMissing for the x64 OS include:Lan driverAudio Use the Vista x64 drivers from your driver CD or download them from the Vista x64 driver downloads page.P.S. I have no idea why they wouldn't have every x64 driver available for such a premium laptop. https://www.asus.com/support/Download/3/89/0/3/25/
ZeQueL VIP Member Posts : 1 Level : Tech Points : 1 From: Iceland Posted:5/19/2009 3:17:00 AM # 8 I had good luck with the G2Sg drivers for my G2S. In View tab, select to make Hidden and System folders both visible (otherwise the folder where Firefox keeps its profiles will be invisible!!). Now, open the control panel and open Folder Options.
As a further aside, Intel has still not fixed the bugs in their TurboCache drivers... or sometimes using Windows Update.All drivers from the CD for Vista64 should work with no problems aswell.One thing that may not work is the touchpad red eye... What also gives me pause is Asus's poor support for x64 opperating system - which bugs the crap out of me because I bought the G2S SPECIFICALLY because it was advertised There you have all the ATK, Touchpad and Utilities for Windows Vista x64, and they've worked well with my Windows 7 x64 RC 7100.
New Topic kanine VIP Member Posts : 11 Level : Tech Points : 5 From: Australia Posted:5/11/2009 4:14:00 PM # 1 Am looking to give give Windows 7 64 bit a Rocking with Windows 7! Core2Duo 2.2Ghz, OCZ 4Gb RAM, HITACHI 200Gb 7200rpm, Intel WiFi Link 4965AGN, Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 8000, Zalman NC-2000, Lapped Heatpipes and with some ArticSilver 5. over here Sounds like Alienware or Dell are the way to go..._sP_ Edit Reply Quote & Reply ManChicken Member Posts : 10 Level : Tech Points : 4 From: United States Posted:5/12/2009
Unless you specifically use a particular utillity, save the disc space. The native drivers gave me no such issues, so my advice is to stick with the native drivers and leave well enough alone - the Asus release offers no extra usabilty If you are not scared about installing an OS from boot (if you are moveing from Vista x86 to Win7 x64, you actually have to install from boot as Windows x86 I'm surprised that ASUS hasn't posted 64-bit audio drivers for your lappy yet - look at another ASUS model that uses the same audio solution (Realtek HD or Sigmatel) and the
All rights reserved. some joke?) Edit Reply Quote & Reply LeMMiNGS VIP Member Posts : 172 Level : Tech Points : 159 From: Brazil Posted:5/13/2009 9:13:00 AM # 6 You can get the Has been a while since I last did a fresh install of Vista (ie, not from recovery disc)....forgot that that has be installed next after any chipset updates.... kanine VIP Member Posts : 11 Level : Tech Points : 5 From: Australia Posted:6/30/2009 4:03:00 PM # 10 Quote:Author: ZeQueLPosted: 5/19/2009 3:17:00 AMI had good luck with the G2Sg drivers
From that point onwards, my notebook would bluescreen after sleep!!Having reinstalled and solving the cat issue, all is working perfectly. http://advalens.com/asus-g2s/asus-g2s-drivers-for-win-7.html Right now i'm using the LCDHype trick =D Edit Reply Quote & Reply Proud owner of an Asus G2S Notebook! Any guesses as to which driver got corrupted in the process?? They are ALL 32-bit, and the more x86 apps you run, the more you'll see performance lags in x64 architecture.
Rocking with Windows 7! Is it a Lamborghini or an Airplane? SD card drivers are better sourced from manufacturer as Asus's releases are pitifully out of date. Get More Info ATK: All 5 utilities Drivers: TOUCHPAD driver Utilities: ASUS NB Probe Wireless Console Utility Direct Message and Direct Flash Utility (mini lcd) POWER4 GEAR eXtreme So now everything is working as
Best regards, ZeQueL Edit Reply Quote & Reply LeMMiNGS VIP Member Posts : 172 Level : Tech Points : 159 From: Brazil Posted:5/19/2009 3:48:00 AM # 9 Thank youfor the Join member
Same is true for the webcam, which Win7 supplies with new drivers than can be found elsewhere.Lan, Modem and TV Tuner drivers are best performed from the Device Manager console than LeMMiNGS VIP Member Posts : 172 Level : Tech Points : 159 From: Brazil Posted:5/14/2009 11:29:00 AM # 7 As of today, I'm having a great Windows Seven x64 RC Experience! although damned if I know how that's going to work without even a Lan Driver to connect to the net!! Core2Duo 2.2Ghz, OCZ 4Gb RAM, HITACHI 200Gb 7200rpm, Intel WiFi Link 4965AGN, Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 8000, Zalman NC-2000, Lapped Heatpipes and with some ArticSilver 5.
I got mine from: http://www.laptopvideo2go.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=23940 I tried the official 185.85 mobile Win7x64 drivers from NVIDIA, but they messed up the NVIDIA Control Panel. Personally is no issue here, as anything I had working on Vista works on Win7, but if you specifically need to use both OS builds, just be aware of this quirk. out of curiosity, why did you both with that?? http://advalens.com/asus-g2s/asus-g2s-drivers-xp.html I'm surprised that ASUS hasn't posted 64-bit audio drivers for your lappy yet - look at another ASUS model that uses the same audio solution (Realtek HD or Sigmatel) and the
Edit Reply Quote & Reply _sP_ VIP Member Posts : 44 Level : Tech Points : 52 From: Thailand Posted:5/11/2009 9:49:00 PM # 4 You're right,That's remarkably shabby. Edit Reply Quote & Reply kanine VIP Member Posts : 11 Level : Tech Points : 5 From: Australia Posted:5/11/2009 7:14:00 PM # 3 Quote:Author: _sP_Posted: 5/11/2009 4:22:00 PMHey kanine,I'm running Hit OK.Open Computer and navigate your way to Users/"User Name"/AppData/Roaming/Mozilla/Firefox/Profiles/"your profile folder"Select and copy EVERYTHING.Go to the SAME location in Win7 - the profile you recently set up with have the I paid over $3000 for a x64 compatible gaming notebook and am left feeling like I got shafted.
Reinstalling after the cats buggared things up, it took btwn 3-4 hours to have OS, drivers, Firefox intalled.In regards to Firefox, hit the Win+R key and enter "firefox -p" (without speachmarks. This will be my first experience with 64-bit architerture, so unsure if I can use 32-bit drivers in a pinch (have noticed Asus also doesn't provide either hotkey or audio drivers Create new profile and start firefox to initiallise. What I installed from the G2Sg Vista x64 driver library was the following.
Is it a Lamborghini or an Airplane? I'm not sure I'll be buying Asus again - more likely to go Alienware instead next time.Oh - and no card reader or eSata drivers either - just gets better and Have located the relevent nVidia driver (ForceWare X 181.71) over at laptopvideo2go.... I would recommend staying out of the BIOS folders, since the G2Sg has a newer BIOS than the G2S.
Is it a Lamborghini or an Airplane? I think the main difference between the G2S and the G2Sg is the 8700m vs 8600m, so I don't know about the graphic drivers.