01-13-2012 12:04 AM
01-13-2012 06:51 AM
01-14-2012 12:32 AM
Download DPC Latency Checker from the link in the OP of the "Drivers, Apps, and How-to's" thread, and follow the instructions on the download page discussing how to use the utility to troubleshoot latency.
Does your friend with the HP obtain that performance on your network?
What power profile are you using?
What version video driver are you running?
If you configure Firefox and Flash to use software acceleration, does it change behavior?
What WLAN adapter do you have? If Atheros, confirm your driver is version 18.104.22.1682 or later. The earlier version shipped by ASUS has bad DPC Latency.
01-14-2012 01:30 AM
01-14-2012 01:53 AM
Have you tried to do a vBIOS update to see if that changes your issue?
Also you could check out this site
[Note: you need to flash your BIOS to 211 or newer to get full support of the vBIOS update]
BIOS update guide tutorial
Or you can follow these steps:JRd1st wrote:
The Safer Method to Flash a System BIOS
1. Format a USB drive to FAT32 format.
2. Download the new BIOS and unzip it to the USB drive.
3. Remove USB drive after you're certain the file transfer is complete.
4. Restart your notebook and while the ASUS logo is on the screen press F2 or del a few times to enter the BIOS setup.
5. Find the Easy Flash Utility and insert the USB drive. Tell Easy flash where your BIOS file is then follow directions explicitely!!!
6. When your notebook restarts, enter the BIOS Setup utility again and select "Load Optimized Defaults" (I think it's f9 )
7. Save and Exit, then continue into Windows.
01-14-2012 12:51 PM
How is it with the lates drivers for your notebook?
(Intel, AMD/ATI, and one important one, Atheros WiFi card (if you got that card in your notebook))
Or you can try out CCleaner and run Register to check for some junk that is left behind when you have uninstalled programs, that can cause problems.
01-14-2012 02:22 PM