Yopu system needs to find an improved chipset driver for ‘ACPI’. This thread is locked. Here’s the basic steps I took: Instead, get the latest drivers directly from intel. Windows 7 seems to be the proper heir to XP, as most IT professionals and end users have written off Vista as crap. I’m actually very impressed with the performance of Windows 7 on my netbook.
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No login screen and hibernation on asus eeepc 901 with windows 7 rc can anyone help please?
This wasn’t surprising, given the press coverage that has been dedicated to this very topic. It can be found here. First off wheen windows loads you just get a blank screen, you can hear its loaded fine but no login screen is displayed.
It is made by and somewhat officially supported by Asus.
I figure its booting into sleep mode maybe?
Windows 7 on EeePC 900A
But recently an official driver was released that works on the A. Secondly Hibernation does not work at all the screen goes blank but machine refuses to turn off, HDD leds jus keep blinking away.
Sunday, July 5, XP vs. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. I wont be covering that process as I upgraded my SSD.
Eee PC Driver & Tools | Laptops | ASUS USA
I highly recommended that you buy a new SSD to replace the built in one. I’m actually very impressed with the performance of Windows 7 on my netbook. Maybe programs such as nLite will help? These benchmarks are not scientific. Email Required, but never shown. More memory is a good idea, but not as necessary as the SSD. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I’m only a home user so laymans terms please.
If any of the vendors have a problem with this, please just let me know. Winodws7 this solve your problem? Due to the rest of the internet being as slow as molasses, and generally unstable, I have mirrored the files used in this article.
Plug the EeePC into a power outlet so that it is not on battery power.
Next, reboot into safe mode, by holding F8 when you reboot. I thought people might find it useful to see a few performance benchmarks comparing Windows XP to Windows 7. Plug the USB drive in, hold down Alt-F2 when you boot, this will open feepc automatic bios flash screen.
It has all the new bells and whistles that we’ve been clamouring for from Microsoft for years.