why my asus router is not working ?

Since last night my asus router has stopped working . it is showing yellow light on it . i think my router firmware is not responding so i also tried resetting the router but that does not worked .please help 

Posted by georgejosef 3 years ago


i start my asus laptop goes rite to a password it is not the login screen comes up b4 i can even get into bios?

Someone has played a cruel joke on me and i cant get into my asus x54c windows 7 laptop. when i turn laptop on it starts and goes right to a password which i never entered. I cant even reach the bios to go in and change anything so windows password recovery wont work for me and i cant change any of the boot devices. Any suggestions?

Asked by dragons4life 3 years ago


What Do You Do With Your Laptop?

Asus, a sponsor of Instructables, has put together WePC where they are asking for input on their next generation laptops. As part of their sponsorship, they've asked my opinion on various aspects of laptops. Most recently What do I do with my laptop?What do you do with your laptop? Think of things you do everyday, every week, every month, or once a year.

Posted by ewilhelm 9 years ago


i have eeepc 901 with broken screen,Can i use a 9" dvd screen instead,need help in wireing connection?

Can i take the portable,9" lcd screen and fit into the netbook,it looks like it will fit,the problem is the connection,the wireing loom

Asked by willing69 6 years ago


What design features could be considered to make the laptop sit better on your legs, or that increases airflow when on a desk?

Asus, a sponsor of Instructables, has put together WePC where they are asking for input on their next generation laptops. As part of their sponsorship, they've asked my opinion on various aspects of laptops. Most recently What design features could be considered to make the laptop sit better on your legs (curved bottom), or that increases airflow when on a desk? In the next couple of weeks, I will be asking for your input on the final set of features for their community designed netbook. This is pretty exciting because feedback from users on Instructables will be directly incorporated in a consumer product that is scheduled to hit the shelves at the end of this year. For now, laptop stands:Instructables is full of laptop stands, and so I thought that the best way to answer this question would be to check out what lead users are already doing.A PVC laptop stand is one of the basic types, and it only requires cutting the PVC. The parts are held together with friction, and easily disassembled if necessary.PVC Laptop Standhttps://www.instructables.com/id/PVC-Laptop-Stand/An even more minimalist laptop stand can be fashioned from a metal coat hanger. Perhaps the Netbook should have flip-out legs to let users do this without an additional accessory?Ergonomic Laptop Stand Made From a Coat Hangerhttps://www.instructables.com/id/Ergonomic_Laptop_Stand_Made_From_a_Coat_Hanger/If you want to use your laptop in bed, the stand's legs needs to straddle you, like this laptop stand for bed.A better laptop stand for bedhttps://www.instructables.com/id/A-better-laptop-stand-for-bed/Since a laptop is essentially a monitor with a computer attached to it, an adjustable monitor arm can act as a laptop stand.Adjustable Vesa Arm Laptop Standhttps://www.instructables.com/id/Adjustable_Vesa_Arm_Laptop_Stand/Construction materials aren't only for insulating houses!Insulating Laptop Padhttps://www.instructables.com/id/Insulating-Laptop-Pad/Need to use your laptop outside? Try a tripod.Laptop Desk From Old Camera Tripodhttps://www.instructables.com/id/LAPTOP_DESK_FROM_OLD_CAMERA_TRIPOD/With the exception of the stands that are simple shelves, all of these stands have some sort of positive attachment point to the laptop in common. Like cameras, laptops should get a standardized bolt pattern allowing users to easily mount them in a variety of different ways. For more laptop stand ideas, see our Laptop Stands Guidehttps://www.instructables.com/id/Laptop_Stands/

Posted by ewilhelm 9 years ago


how hot does the back of the screen get on the ASUS EEE? Answered

How hot does the back of the screen get on the ASUS EEE? i want to put a set of velcro strips across the back to hold stuff on with.

Asked by furby 8 years ago


ASUS EeePC review and Laser Etching

Asus, a sponsor of Instructables, has put together WePC where they are asking for input on their next generation laptops. As part of their sponsorship, they've asked my opinion on various aspects of laptops. Most recently ASUS EeePC review and Laser Etching.As part of this campaign, Asus was kind enough to lend me an EeePC. I gave it to an intern at Instructables, Matthew Dalton, who was really excited to try it out for note taking in class, and general portable computer usage -- his review follows below. Since I've been writing about how important it is to customize your laptop, I also asked Matthew to give the EeePC a laser tatoo, and you can see the results were beautiful! Matthew' review continues here.Finally, I'd like to know what you have thought about this Asus campaign. If you would be kind enough to take this survey, I would really appreciate it. Comments here are also good. Thanks!https://www.instructables.com/id/Instructable_Robot_etched_onto_ASUS_EeePC/

Posted by ewilhelm 9 years ago


EEE Pc

I know that there's been a topic like this, but I'm seriously considering getting the eee pc 900 (the one with the bigger screen and a 20GB SSD). Can anyone tell me anything wrong with it. I'tll cost about 550.

Posted by guyfrom7up 9 years ago


Open-Source Laptop Control

Asus, a sponsor of Instructables, has put together WePC where they are asking for input on their next generation laptops. As part of their sponsorship, they've asked my opinion on various aspects of laptops. Most recently Open-source control of your laptop.The question this week is whether it is better to have simple control mode, advanced mode, or both options. This strikes me as one of those questions where the answer is so obvious that it's actually hard to answer because you're sure the question can't be that simple. Of course you want both! Default to simple, but allow one to switch to advanced to get under the hood to make changes.However, there is a deeper issue here, which is that laptop manufacturers should give greater control over their hardware to their users. They should open up their interfaces and let users write and install Firefox-plugin-like extensions to the laptop.My rant continues here.Finally, I'd like to know what you have thought about this Asus campaign. If you would be kind enough to take this survey, I would really appreciate it. Comments here are also good. Thanks!

Posted by ewilhelm 9 years ago


5 Things Wrong With Today's Laptops; 5 Things Right

Asus, a sponsor of Instructables, has put together WePC where they are asking for input on their next generation laptops. As part of their sponsorship, they've asked my opinion on various aspects of laptops. Most recently 5 Things Wrong With Today's Laptops; 5 Things RightThe power supply is still external to the laptop. Why? I've heard the garbage answer "Underwriter's Limited certification takes too long so manufactures get one supply rated and use it for everything," and understand that the specs look better with a lighter machine. However, it would be undeniably nice to never forget your power supply.continues here...What things are right and wrong about your laptop?

Posted by ewilhelm 9 years ago


Ways to customize your laptop

Asus, a sponsor of Instructables, has put together WePC where they are asking for input on their next generation laptops. As part of their sponsorship, they've asked my opinion on various aspects of laptops. Most recently Ways to customize your laptop? I just had a call with some of the people at Asus this morning, and they are actively finalizing the list of features for the community-designed laptop. So, if you still have a suggestion, head over to WePC and submit! I've written before about how I think customization makes a laptop attractive, and how my favorite way to customize laptops is with a laser etcher. However, I realize not everyone yet has access to a laser. So, what are some other non-traditional (i.e. stickers) ways to customize your laptop?Whiteboard material -- you could use it as a giant, oversized to-do list! Make sure to include a snapping plastic cover to protect your notes from being rubbed off.Neon message board laptop -- a neon message board is a erasable luminescent whiteboard-like surface that is illuminated from the edge; they are often seen is restaurants showing specials. Use the laptop's backlight for the illumination, and broadcast your message or design with fluorescent markers.Magnetic surface -- magnetic laptop poetry.Corkboard -- Remember to always use the flush thumb-tacks!Chalkboard -- perhaps a little dusty, but you could probably end meetings early by "accidentally" running your fingernails across it.The cool thing about all of these materials (perhaps excluding the corkboard) is that they could easily fit into the minimalist, clean-lined laptops that have become the norm. But, they allow you to really be expressive when you need a splash of something unique to break you out of a funk -- or just a note to pick up milk.

Posted by ewilhelm 9 years ago


What accessory or attachment, that doesn't exist today, would you love to see in your dream netbook?

Asus, a sponsor of Instructables, has put together WePC where they are asking for input on their next generation laptops. As part of their sponsorship, they've asked my opinion on various aspects of laptops. Most recently What accessory or attachment, that doesn't exist today, would you love to see in your dream netbook?.Here are two things I would love to have integrated into a netbook: internal power adapter and standard wireless accessories.I don't think anyone really carries a netbook to cafes, on airplanes, or wherever and cavalierly leaves their power adapter at home. Some people don't even leave without their phone's power adapter -- the risk to reward ratio is just too great. So, with lower power consumption and better power management of netbooks, I'd like to see one with an integrated power adapter. It should plug directly into 120 VAC with an integrated cord, or use a standard power adapter cord. Just because people are used to having a separate power adapter, doesn't mean it's the right thing. Once one manufacturer does it, the rest will need to follow suit.A netbook is great for carrying around and working, but eventually most users will take it home or to the office, and want to use any number of accessories that make their work more comforatble: external keyboard and mouse, second monitor, USB headset or microphone, cell phone cable, etc... Both at home and at my office, I have USB hubs setup to handle all the things I need to plug into my laptop. The cables are ugly, collect, dust, and get in the way. I preferentially buy wireless devices when possible, but they still require a USB port for their receivers. My dream netbook would wirelessly pair with my peripherals through Bluetooth or some other standard, leaving my USB ports free for stuff that really needs them. What's your dream accessory? Let me know here, and leave a comment or idea on WePC. If it's good enough, they just might make it...Finally, I'd like to know what you have thought about this Asus campaign. If you would be kind enough to take this survey, I would really appreciate it. Comments here are also good. Thanks!

Posted by ewilhelm 9 years ago


[Help]Opening a Asus laptop charger

Hi everyone! My asus charging cord broke and i bought a replacement. However, im having trouble acutally opening the charger case/brick. I have been trying to use a screw driver to open it up, i used a hammer, a hammer and a knife but nothing =/  Anyone has any suggestions? These "methods" i tried were the ones i found on youtube and they seem to have worked in the videos but mine seems a bit more tricky.  It doesnt have any screws in sight to take off either. I attached a picture of one like it here Thanks in advance!

Posted by cyber01 2 years ago


Charging a 9.5V netbook using a 5V USB charger? Answered

Is it possible to use a USB charger to charge a Netbook battery (Asus eee 4G 9.5V)? Basically is there a way to get 9.5V out of a 5V usb charger? Thanks.

Asked by ahitman 8 years ago


What Makes a Laptop Attractive?

Asus, a sponsor of Instructables, has put together WePC where they are asking for input on their next generation laptops. As part of their sponsorship, they've asked my opinion on various aspects of laptops. Most recently What Makes a Laptop Attractive?What makes a laptop attractive to you? Head over to see my answer and leave your thoughts.

Posted by ewilhelm 9 years ago


How can I make a 15 volt 1.2 amp power supply for less than $30?

So I lost the plug for my Asus Transformer T700 and I don't wanna spend $30+ buying from their store. Is there anyone who can help me figure out how to make one?

Asked by ddorris 4 years ago


Transplant SSD from Netbook into my Desktop

So random question, I'm looking at putting a SSD drive into my desktop solely to run windows off of so it boots faster/has better performance, but don't really want to shell out a crap ton of cash for a standard sata SSD Drive. Is it possible to transfer an SSD drive out of like say an ASUS EEE PC into a regular desktop, and would there really be that much performance gain? Thanks

Posted by The Insomniac 6 years ago


My new monitor will work with my computer, but not my laptop, help!!?

Hi, When i say new, i mean new-hardly used, i used it a bit before moving and its been locked away a few years up till now. I got my Asus VW192T monitor out, spent an hour looking for the D-Sub cable which for reasons unknown were packed in a different box, and hooked it up. Immediately my laptop gets acknowledgement of the monitor, and the display mode changes, it now has a second monitor in the screen resolution options, and acording to my laptop, the monitor is working, however, through all of this, the monitor has remained in sleep mode, when i turn it on, it just says no signal. i spent hours changing settings, and fiddling around in the nVidia control pannel to change my laptop resulotion as well as the asus monitor resolution, restarting the computer each time, but nothing. I then go get the old packard bell computer, which now is over 14 years old, hooked it up and immediately the monitor is working, so theres nothing wrong there. In the past ive been able to connect my laptop to a mates computer via d-sub port, as it only has d-sub and i havent got a hdmi, it worked fine. Clueless, i searched for a driver which i perhaps did not have, but as it turns out, no drivers exist for this monitor, so now i am clueless. Additionally, i cant access any boot menue options in regards to the monitor, like booting in safe mode or anything, because my own laptop monitor goes black until windows has loaded, when the monitor is connected. can someone please help me out? why wont my monitor work with my laptop? the laptop is a toshiba qosmio x500, the graphics card is Nvidia GeForce360M, the old packard bell computer has no graphics card.

Asked by oldmanbeefjerky 5 years ago



installing dual boot for asus x553m

I have tried to install ubutu alongside windows 8.1 pro  to asus x553m which have uefi bios,it goes normally but when i restart after completing installing it doesn't give dual boot option?  

Asked by kiptui.crispus 3 years ago


Instructable Robot etched onto ASUS EeePC

These are the files I used to etch my laptop.My first design was intended to take up the entire cover of my laptop.The second design was shortened a bit so it could take up more space (the laptop is only ten inches)The third and final design is my final draft and what went only my laptop.I really like the design, and I'm grateful to ASUS for letting us borrow a EeePC to play around with.A slideshow with more information can be found here.

Posted by StumpChunkman 9 years ago


Asus laptop wont connect to certain wifi network anymore?

Hi !! .. Okay, so I got myself a new asus laptop about 2 weeks ago. I brought it to work and connected it to my works wifi , as I always do with my phone as well , and everything worked perfectly. I was able to use the wifi for about 3 or 4 days when suddenly the next day it just wouldn't connect anymore. So I tried forgetting the network and reconnecting, but it says "verifying and connecting" and then "cant connect to this network" .. The password hasn't changed, I can still connect to the works wifi with my phone and other devices, even when I forget the network and reconnect. And my laptop can also connect to other networks and hotspots, like my phone, my moms phone, the cafe's network, etc. So the laptops wifi does work, just not with the works network anymore.. If anyone has any suggestions or thoughts please ?? I would really appreciate it.And im not very tech clever, so please explain nicely so I know what your talking about :) ! Thank you.

Asked by Michane 3 years ago


Asus N61Jv Battery not Charging?

I'm having a Asus N61Jv  laptop on which i had installed Windows Vista as my operating system. Now the problem is that i'm not able to charge my Asus N61Jv battery. Yesterday it was fine, then I let my dad use my laptop, and he didn't shut it down, so Vista did it when the battery got low, and now today, the battery does not charge, it stays at 0%. So, can any body tell me that why my Asus N61Jv  laptop battery not charging up? Any one knows about it? Please help me to resolve the above issue.   http://www.gooarea.com/asus-n61jv.html

Asked by tianshan 5 years ago


external battery charging option for Asus EP121 tablet pc

Hello all, A friend posed me with a problem as to how to extend his field time with his Asus EP121 tablet pc. It does not have removable batteries so the option appeared to be to come up with an external battery pack to power the tablet when the internal battery got low on charge. The output of the DC charger is listed as 19.5 V DC / 3.08A. A suitable option to me appears to be a Dewalt cordless tool battery pack. The unit in particular is the DCB200 20V MAX lithium ion battery pack, spec'd at 20V at 3.0AH. Aside from having to come up with an interface between the connector on the battery pack to the jack on the tablet, is this idea advisable or viable? Thanks, Gutbucket gutbucket@bell.net

Posted by gutbucket 4 years ago


Has anyone noticed this awesome website yet?

Has anyone noticed WePC yet?It is a cool website which you can design a laptop and it will be posted.If anyone wants to,make one of your own!

Posted by Derin 9 years ago


Help hosting a website using a WL-500gP Asus router + a 2GB flash drive

Hello everyone, As the title suggests I am trying to host my own website by using the device combo mentioned in the title. So far I managed to create a DNS hostname free from www.dyndns.com mostly because of my Dynamic IP address. I also managed to get the router to update the IP in dynds' database. The problem is that whenever I type in the hostname in the addressbar the router's login page shows up instead of the website (and I do understand why this is). The website itself is stored on the flash drive connected to the router via USB. I think that by typing ftp://my-hostname.dyndns.org/path-to-the-html-file-on-the-flashdrive  I can view the website but this is not very easy to remember so I doubt any person wanting to visit my site is going to remember the path. Is there a way to make my website show up when typing the hostname instead of the router's login page? And if not can I atleast, in some way, redirect people to the html file?

Posted by T_Shortie 7 years ago




Asus Eee Pad Transformer Youtube Channel

Hey everyone, recently I've switched over from Instructables to YouTube and with great success! However, I have converted from doing a little of everything to now doing videos strictly about Android and the Asus Transformer. So if you have an Android device or the Transformer (aka the most amazing tablet ever made) and you would like to help me out by checking out my channel, please click here. Thanks :)

Posted by Electroinnovation 6 years ago


Will this motherboard support a dual core CPU? Answered

I'm helping my friend do some upgrades on his computer, it's a Compaq Presario SR2034NX desktop. I'm wondering if it will support a dual core processor or not. According to HP, it doesn't, but looking around on the internet, I've seen quite a few people have upgraded to dual cores. However, there's some minor differences with this particular motherboard. It seems that there are actually two different types of motherboards with the same model number from Asus (A8M2N-LA). On the HP site they have different HP model numbers (a more advanced board - the NodusM3-GL8E, and the one I have - the Naos-GL6; both with the same A8M2N-LA number for Asus) It appears that the NodusM3-GL8E supports all sorts of fun things like 8 GiB of DDR2 800 RAM and dual cores up the wazoo. However, the Naos-GL6 looks like a stripped down version of the NodusM3-GL8E (two less RAM sockets, etc.), so it might not support a dual core. I'd like to know before purchasing, since Newegg won't accept processor returns for a refund. Also, 800 Mhz RAM would be nice to have, HP says it only supports 667 Mhz RAM but other people have put 800 Mhz in with no issues. Does anyone know if my friend's mobo will support a dual core and 800 Mhz RAM?

Asked by RelaxedSoup 8 years ago


Eee PC sleeve

I just made a sleeve for my brothers Eee PC from a sleeve from a camouflage jacket I had laying around, the same one I made a backpack out of. Killerjackalope knows the one. I don't have access to a camera at the moment, and won't be home tomorrow as i'm going four-wheeling. It is pretty cool looking and is no-sew. I hate that i'm not posting pictures right now it is so cool. I think it is an instructable that could get published.

Posted by Yerboogieman 8 years ago


Laptop for monitor? Answered

I have a Asus laptop with a hdmi port. Can this be used for moniter.Thanks woodman2772

Asked by Everista3 1 year ago


Asus EeePC Charger Troubles

First of all, I have to say I am sorry for posting so many forum topics.  However, I often do need help from people like those found here - thank you all! Now, with that out of the way, my problem. For christmas, I got an Asus EeePC. I am not sure of the specific model, but it is a Windows 7 Starter one. Anyway, a few weeks ago (I'm not sure specifically), the charger gave up and died on me. After checking the half that goes to the wall with another device, I realised that my problem lay in the adapter. I figured it was dead anyway, so no further harm could be done, and proceeded to hacksaw it open. Miraculously, after this, it worked. However, it is obviously not very convenient to have a charger that is constantly spilling its guts all over the place, so my mom bought me a new one off ebay. This one worked completely fine, except it was the wrong size plug for the laptop, so it had to constantly be anchored downwards. I decided to cut the two wires and connect the red to the red and the black to the black so I could have a normal adapter and the right sized plug. However, one of them did not have a red and a black but a white and an uncovered. After a short bit of research, I decided the positive was probably the white, so connected the white to the red and the uncovered to the black. However, when I plugged this in, it did not charge, and instead steam/smoke began to come from the laptop. I promptly disconnected and binned it. My mom bought a third one off ebay, which worked fine and fit fine, but when plugged into the laptop, did not charge it and the little indicator LED on the adapter flickered. So, for a third time, my mom bought a new charger off ebay. Again, this worked and fit fine, but when plugged into the laptop, did not charge it and flickered its LED. I tried this with various plugs from the wall (the figure-of-8 type), in various extensions, and straight into the wall socket, but all still to the same result. Each charger came from a different person on ebay, and each (including the original and second which both worked) had an output of 19V 2.1A. I cannot figure out why neither of the latest two have worked. Is my laptop broken? Am I somehow now buying the wrong chargers? Were the past two mere coincidences? Please help. Thanks in advance,  ~H4ZZ

Posted by __DELETED__ 7 years ago


How can I repair my asus lcd monitor? (blinking blu led)

I would like to repair my asus lcd version vk222s monitor. The problem is that when turned on the monitor led keeps blinking (blue! not orange!). I have read around and it seems to be a power problem? what spare parts do I need? The whole power supply board to which the power cord is attached I guess?

Asked by untore 3 years ago


limewire computer

I just got the asus eee pc how do i put limewire on it

Posted by DELETED_Gavabc123 10 years ago


Why isn't my laptop charger working?

Every so often I find myself constantly unpluggin and repluggin my charger into my laptop to get it to charge. Without doing this, it won't charge at all... But today I've tried using my daily technique and for some odd reason my laptops not having it. It's no longer chagring. HELP! My batteria Asus AL32-1005   life is at exactly 29 minutes with 24% remaining. What should I do? What could be the real reason for this? http://www.batteriamondo.com/asus-al32-1005.html

Asked by daydayup 5 years ago


looking for any software where you can use instead of laptop on\off switch?

My asus x50z laptop onoff swich would never start the machine although it is only 6 months old where i baught from germany {which reflects how bad tha asus is} anyway this switch change will cost me too much specially i am no more in germany and even in my country jordan we dont have any asus representitive office to repair .i dont wont to discribe how hart it is to sign uo with asus they asked for laptop serial no. and product no, which are all scrubbed off  tha laptop      ''''''''please help me how to get thoseNo.s   and how to opoerate my laptop without using the switch   thank alot

Asked by mays 8 years ago



With a netbook, is RAID 0ing the internal SSD and an SD card a good idea?

I've just gotten a netbook with an 8gb SSD, and it has a built-in SD card slot. If I put an 8gb class 10 SD card into the slot, would I be able to RAID 0 them? What would happen if I RAID 0ed them and then took the SD card out while it was on? Would it erase everything or would it just shut down? Would this work? I need 16gb of internal storage, and a 16gb SSD drive is over 70% the price of the netbook.... I'm thinking either Hackintosh or Peppermint OS or Windows XP as the operating system. Any other comments?

Asked by Bartboy 6 years ago


asus eepc tablet conversion parts sourcing?

I have an eepc 1005pe laptop, and i need a screen and a touch screen panel with controller, to make it in to a tablet any suggestions where to get the parts? also what would be the easiest way to do it, i dont have the screen case, so i was wondering if perspex cut and bent to fit around the touch screen and lcd would work

Asked by The nerdling 5 years ago



My ASUS computer reinstalled windows and now all the documents, data, settings I've put on my computer is gone?

I'm freaking out! I'm a high school student with 2 AP classes and my computer seems to be completely wiped, the documents, settings, EVERYTHING! I have an ASUS K55a laptop. It's about 3 years old. Earlier today my browser (Internet Explorer) was acting funny so I tried to shut down my laptop. It wouldn't do anything so I tried again by trying restart. It eventually shut down but when I tried to start it again a page came up saying something about windows is malfunctioning or something like that. It gave me the option to "start normally" or diagnose and address the issues. I picked the latter. Then it started updating and it said it would take about 20 minutes. I waited and when I came back, the computer was restarting itself, updating, restarting itself, updating, restarting itself, updating ... It wouldn't stop and the keyboard wouldn't work so I took out the battery. When I started it again it started doing the same thing and I had to quit a few programs using control alt delete. That's where I am now. I tried to do a system restore but it says there are no points to restore to. Is all my work lost? Please help!  

Asked by Aaron Cole 4 years ago


upgrading my PC need power advice? Answered

Hey all, i'm going to be upgrading my PC soon and need to know if i'll need a new PSU to go with it. CPU: AMD FX 8150 Motherboard: Asus Crosshair V Formula-Z GPU: Sapphire ATI Radeon 7970HD  current PSU: Hytec 950w   (can't get any better info than that) Side question: will an Asus Commando, intel q6600 & ati 5450 run on a 380w psu? it will only be acting as a "server" of sorts no heavy lifting

Asked by furby 5 years ago


what should i add to my gaming pc?

Amd athlon ii 250 asus m2n68am plus 2 gb ddr2 ram  pny gt 220 1gb ddr2

Asked by heavydeath 7 years ago


Refurbished EEE PC - $150

For all of you longing for an EEE PC, today's woot is :"1 Asus EeePC 900 Netbook 8.9" LCD 4GB SSD 512mb DDR2 802.11b/g "

Posted by Weissensteinburg 8 years ago


Where do I download webcam drivers from?

I need webcam drivers (Inbuit Webcam) for Asus Eee PC 1201T  for Windows XP. I've done a lot of google search for this.

Asked by shardulsb08 4 years ago


I Found KipKay

The guy half way into this video looks exactly like kipkay!http://www.techeblog.com/index.php/tech-gadget/thieves-use-asus-eee-pc-to-hack-atm-machine-steal-credit-card-info-video-

Posted by guyfrom7up 10 years ago


How can I improve the volume/sound quality from my Asus EEE PC netbook?

The sound on my netbook is pitiful, even with decent earbuds.  How do I make it better?

Asked by Hubiewan 8 years ago


Motherboard preference Query (asus, msi, gigabyte) Answered

They are almost identical, and I am trying to decide which one to buy. Any help? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Productcompare.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=-1&IsNodeId=1&Description=msi%20z97%20gaming%205&bop=And&CompareItemList=-1%7C13-132-118%5E13-132-118-TS%2C13-128-709%5E13-128-709-TS%2C13-130-770%5E13-130-770-TS&percm=13-130-770%3A%24%24%24%24%24%24%24

Asked by bobert610 3 years ago


Why can't I use all of my computer's memory?

I have 16gb installed in my asus M5A97 and in system properties it says only 7.95 is usable. Why is this? The max memory for my board is 32 gb.  

Asked by usmc94 4 years ago