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Posted by: tonywilliam
« on: July 01, 2015, 08:43:57 »

Hey, guys. Here I'd like to share the way of MY downloading and installing drivers with you.
1. Download Driver Tuner Program from: http://www.officialdriverdownload.com/;
2. Launch Driver tuner and click "Start Scan" button, Driver tuner will scan your computer and find all of Windows drivers. Then recommend the latest Windows drivers.
3. Click the "Download" button, Driver tuner will install all of missed Windows drivers for you.
Hope This Could work for you.
Posted by: Joe F
« on: March 17, 2015, 00:22:49 »

I recently purchased an E540.  While the system performance has been great (I purchased a SSD for storage) the network card Intel N 7260 is atrocious.  It is advertised to connect to 802.11 n and at the 5ghz range.  It does neither.  And it drops connection frequently.  I have updated all the drivers and tried many fixes found through the forums with no luck. I can't find an alternative for this device either that will work with the E540.  Looks like buyers remorse.  I had an older thinkpad and the network adapter worked fine, why did they take this obvious step back?
Posted by: Tuan Nguyen
« on: September 28, 2014, 18:31:08 »

UltrabookReview is saying that maintenance is possible:
http://www.ultrabookreview.com/4551-asus-transformer-book-flip-tp500laln-review/
They opened this laptop and was able to get access to memory slot.
Posted by: coolchillies
« on: April 08, 2014, 21:46:18 »

Hi,

Would it be possible to post the CalMAN calibration files somewhere? I'd like to improve the screen a bit but I haven't got a light meter.

Perhaps there is some way to do it manually?

My model number  is 20C6003QMH but I guess it's the same screen.
Posted by: Dodger
« on: March 30, 2014, 21:40:39 »

Hi David,

The maximum allowed Temperature of your the I7-2670QM CPU is according to Intel 100°C So a temperature of 90°C shouldn't be a problem at all
Posted by: DAVID cameron
« on: March 30, 2014, 19:31:56 »

hi
my laptop cpu temperature reaches  around  90 °C while playing games...i wanna ask that if it is a dangerous temperature for cpu ?my cpu is corei7 2670 QM...I will really appreciate it if you write an article about things that we should do to use our laptops in it's best way...probably my comment is a kind of spam and I'm sorry  but please answer,I really don't know what should i do!!!
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: March 30, 2014, 10:12:37 »

Workhorse. Lenovo only updated to the latest hardware, but did not change the concept of the cheap Edge series. However, they offer many models. Our review will reveal whether the surcharge for the top model is justified.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Lenovo-Thinkpad-Edge-E540-20C6003AGE-Notebook.114194.0.html

 
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