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Versión actual por: jayeff ,

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Hi @geordiemick ,
 
Installing the [https://www.asus.com/supportonly/T100TA/HelpDesk_Download/|manufacturer's drivers] is the better way to go. After all they know their product best.
 
Not in all cases but sometimes the generic Windows drivers don't have all the 'features' that the manufacturer's drivers have.
 
Here is another [https://ivanrf.com/en/latest-asus-drivers-for-windows-10/|link] to Asus drivers which are sometimes more up to date than what is available from the Asus site. They are official Asus drivers but for some reason they are slow to be added to every device page.
 
Double check that they are specific to your hardware. The ATK package and Smart Gesture drivers for example are relevant to all Asus Win 10 laptops.
 
If you wish to update the ATK Package and the Smart Gesture drivers, ''ensure'' that you install the ATK Package drivers first, ''before'' the Smart Gesture. This has been stated by Asus as being advisable to avoid any touchscreen problems.
If you wish to update the ATK Package and the Smart Gesture drivers, ''ensure'' that you install the ATK Package drivers first, ''before'' the Smart Gesture. This has been stated by Asus as being advisable to avoid any touchscreen problems.
 
If in doubt, create a restore point, install one driver that you want to update etc, check the performance of the laptop. If OK proceed to the next. Never do more than one at a time as doing more may confuse the issue if problems develop.
 
Leave BIOS update till last or not at all unless you have problems.
 
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. ;-)

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @geordiemick ,
 
Installing the [https://www.asus.com/supportonly/T100TA/HelpDesk_Download/|manufacturer's drivers] is the better way to go. After all they know their product best.
 
Not in all cases but sometimes the generic Windows drivers don't have all the 'features' that the manufacturer's drivers have.
 
Here is another [https://ivanrf.com/en/latest-asus-drivers-for-windows-10/|link] to Asus drivers which are sometimes more up to date than what is available from the Asus site. They are official Asus drivers but for some reason they are slow to be added to every device page.
 
Double check that they are specific to your hardware. The ATK package and Smart Gesture drivers for example are relevant to all Asus Win 10 laptops.
 
If you wish to update the ATK Package and the Smart Gesture drivers, ''ensure'' that you install the ATK Package drivers first, ''before'' the Smart Gesture. This has been stated by Asus as being advisable to avoid any touchscreen problems.
 
If in doubt, create a restore point, install one driver that you want to update etc, check the performance of the laptop. If OK proceed to the next. Never do more than one at a time as doing more may confuse the issue if problems develop.
Leave BIOS update till last or not at all unless you have problems.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. ;-)

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @geordiemick ,
 
Installing the [https://www.asus.com/supportonly/T100TA/HelpDesk_Download/|manufacturer's drivers] is the better way to go. After all they know their product best.
Not in all cases but sometimes the generic Windows drivers don't have all the 'features' that the manufacturer's drivers have.
 
Here is another [https://ivanrf.com/en/latest-asus-drivers-for-windows-10/|link] to Asus drivers which are sometimes more up to date than what is available from the Asus site. They are official Asus drivers but for some reason they are slow to be added to every device page.
 
Double check that they are specific to your hardware. The ATK package and Smart Gesture drivers for example are relevant to all Asus Win 10 laptops.
 
If you wish to update the ATK Package and the Smart Gesture drivers, ''ensure'' that you install the ATK Package drivers first, ''before'' the Smart Gesture. This has been stated by Asus as being advisable to avoid any touchscreen problems.
 
If in doubt, create a restore point, install one driver that you want to update etc, check the performance of the laptop. If OK proceed to the next. Never do more than one at a time as doing more may confuse the issue if problems develop.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @geordiemick ,
 
Installing the [https://www.asus.com/supportonly/T100TA/HelpDesk_Download/|manufacturer's drivers] is the better way to go. After all they know their product best.
 
Here is another [https://ivanrf.com/en/latest-asus-drivers-for-windows-10/|link] to Asus drivers which are sometimes more up to date than what is available from the Asus site. They are official Asus drivers but for some reason they are slow to be added to every device page.
 
Double check that they are specific to your hardware. The ATK package and Smart Gesture drivers for example are relevant to all Asus Win 10 laptops.
Double check that they are specific to your hardware. The ATK package and Smart Gesture drivers for example are relevant to all Asus Win 10 laptops.
If you wish to update the ATK Package and the Smart Gesture drivers, ''ensure'' that you install the ATK Package drivers first, ''before'' the Smart Gesture. This has been stated by Asus as being advisable to avoid any touchscreen problems.
 
If in doubt, create a restore point, install one driver that you want to update etc, check the performance of the laptop. If OK proceed to the next. Never do more than one at a time as doing more may confuse the issue if problems develop.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @geordiemick ,
 
Installing the [https://www.asus.com/supportonly/T100TA/HelpDesk_Download/|manufacturer's drivers] is the better way to go. After all they know their product best.
 
Here is another [https://ivanrf.com/en/latest-asus-drivers-for-windows-10/|link] to Asus drivers which are sometimes more up to date than what is available from the Asus site. They are official Asus drivers but for some reason they are slow to be added to every device page.
 
Double check that they are specific to your hardware. The ATK package and Smart Gesture drivers for example are relevant to all Asus laptops.
If you wish to update the ATK Package and the Smart Gesture drivers, ''ensure'' that you install the ATK Package drivers first, ''before'' the Smart Gesture. This has been stated by Asus as being advisable to avoid any touchscreen problems.
If in doubt, create a restore point, install one driver that you want to update etc, check the performance of the laptop. If OK proceed to the next. Never do more than one at a time as doing more may confuse the issue if problems develop.
Double check that they are specific to your hardware. The ATK package and Smart Gesture drivers for example are relevant to all Asus laptops.
If you wish to update the ATK Package and the Smart Gesture drivers, ''ensure'' that you install the ATK Package drivers first, ''before'' the Smart Gesture. This has been stated by Asus as being advisable to avoid any touchscreen problems.
If in doubt, create a restore point, install one driver that you want to update etc, check the performance of the laptop. If OK proceed to the next. Never do more than one at a time as doing more may confuse the issue if problems develop.

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Aporte original por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @geordiemick ,

Installing the  [https://www.asus.com/supportonly/T100TA/HelpDesk_Download/|manufacturer's drivers] is the better way to go. After all they know their product best.

Here is another [https://ivanrf.com/en/latest-asus-drivers-for-windows-10/|link] to Asus drivers which are sometimes more up to date than what is available from the Asus site. They are official Asus drivers but for some reason they are slow to be added to every device page.

Double check that they are specific to your hardware. The ATK package and Smart Gesture drivers are relevant to all Asus laptops.

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