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Need help, just bought a laptop ASUS G75VW ! I have questions !

RZaK
Level 7
Good day to all, sorry for my english i'm from Romania !
I'm just bought ASUS G75VW & have some quations !
1) - on website asus ( http://support.asus.com/ ) is older drivers, where I can find the last version of drivers...
2) - In what order need to install drivers
3 ) - I read that sound have a lot of problems ( what is solution of this problem, what driver & settings )

Thanks in advance for the help !
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rewben
Level 13
hi @RZaK,

1) you can find the latest drivers from the respective parts manufacturers' websites. however, bear in mind that if those drivers don't work well, the fail safe is still the old drivers at asus;

2) intel drivers (chipset, rst, mei); then the others (Ethernet and wifi; sound; graphics, touchpad). note that atk package shall be installed first in terms of asus drivers. without it the rest of the driver set will not be installed;

3) you can look at the sticky for the right driver and settings. the alternatives are using a usb sound.

Pitcher1
Level 9
1. please visit http://www.asus.com/support -> typr G75VW in search bar -> download -> select OS
2. you can find all driver in here.
3. i think it will see what your problem do you meet.

@RZaK, no worries about your English. It's perfectly readable. 🙂 To add a little bit to @rewben's answer, I would say to use the latest nVidia drivers from nVidia, other than that, the drivers from ASUS are fine. Most of the other vendors don't update their drivers nearly as often as nVidia, so you won't notice such a dramatic change (in performance) in any other case.
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Zygomorphic wrote:
@RZaK, no worries about your English. It's perfectly readable. 🙂 To add a little bit to @rewben's answer, I would say to use the latest nVidia drivers from nVidia, other than that, the drivers from ASUS are fine. Most of the other vendors don't update their drivers nearly as often as nVidia, so you won't notice such a dramatic change (in performance) in any other case.


yeah you're right 😄 most of the times, we just focus on updating the gpu drivers. the others has longer refresh cycles.