I have the Acer Aspire 5633 WLMi, Intel core duo T5500 1.66GHz Vista Home Premium and Ultimate (Dual Booted) Direct X 10 521mb Graphics 160Gb HDD 2 Gb RAM.
on the key board face on the far right there are buttons too;
turn volume up and down, play/pause, FF, FB
they have stopped working its the second time it happened i fixed it b4 but i have no idea how i did it ive been trying for a while now and still no luck.
problem playing Oblivion, installs perfectly, open it as admin or normal it comes up with a message "widows found a problem program must close" i run it using the computability mode for XP service pack 2 and its still the same.
Im A level 2 IT practitioner going to level 3 and 4 this year so i know a fair bit about computers. just these problems im not too sure on.
anyone with problems changing the time out setting for dual booted set ups? i know the solution just ask and ill post. (its not a common thing but its dam hard to figure out how to change it)
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Re: Hey People A few Problems that need to be Solved
1st off dual boot mode no good update your driver pick one update video card run cc cleaner and ace cleaner for 30 days get crap out hanging uup form myspace ok or ewhatever msconfig the startup uncheak all that crap starting also get latest adobe in shock and java get custum windos update scan for all
in game turn shadows off use 1024x768 try taking the top panel off then re clip it bakc in cheak connection
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Yes, go to Acer site, locate your model for drivers. Download them into a folder on your other machine (the one with internet access). Then insert a USB stick and copy and paste the folder to the stick. Now just insert the stick in the Vista machine, drag the folder to your desktop and begin installing your drivers.
Here is a link to your drivers. Click on desktop / Aspire / M1640 then make sure to set the operating system to Vista Ultimate.