These posts are in notes form and are written live during a talk. Updated 4/21/2011: Updated the files, recommended hardware and links."Three to one.....probability factor of one to one..have normality, I repeat we have normality.Anything you still can’t cope with is therefore your own problem." Note: A large portion of content I post on my blog comes from "live blogging" of security conferences.
La verdad es que podían documentarlo un poco mejor, al menos introduciendo un TXT explicativo junto con el ZIP que te descargas y que tiene la BIOS nueva dentro ¿no?
I took me about 2 hours to track down the latest Vista drivers that will work.
After a straightforward installation, I was quite impressed how quick Vista can be on a low power processor was after a few reboots.
If you can’t see where this is going now, then all hope for you is already lost. All seemed lost, and the hunt for a fiy seemed to have come up dry. I’ll leave out the part about frustration, having to hold the power down for 3 or 4 seconds to get it to turn off before retrying, and the general annoyance level caused, and move straight to the part involving happy.
Anyway, starting up again, the flash utility took the new rom file without so much as a wimper, and flashed without a single complaint. No BIOS, no flashing error lights, no error message, no beeps, no power to the USB key I used to flash… Then, finally in the back of a deep dark eeepc forum he saw a shiny shiny light. After all, 3 buttons are hands down better than 2 (, and FN F2 wasn’t cutting it as a solution. We rejoin Bob later () having already completed more than 35 nerve racking reboots.