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Asus ET2203T Driver
With the Samsung this didn't happened any longer, but still I get the freezes in windows.
Also windows does not see any difference if the option is set Asus ET2203T normal to enhanced mode. I already tried to insert another option rom to the bios, but it makes no difference at all. Asus ET2203T
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Take it out of the box, plug in the brick, turn it on, hit the connect button on the wireless keyboard AND mouse and you are "up and running". It was the exact same model but was lacking a slew of great features the high Asus ET2203T model was equipped with. Turned it back on - back to Asus ET2203T one with the issue.
Once again, redid the thermal paste and it worked again for another day Asus ET2203T so, before I tested YouTube again and it died again please note that I have used XBMC and Windows Media Player for videos with no issues - the crash leads me to believe it's the video card. This time however, I've cleaned the thermal paste and it is still taking forever to Asus ET2203T the BIOS and refuses to recognise the interface.
I've redone the paste a few times now as well as testing other things, including: Something a capacitor or resistor, both are sensitive Asus ET2203T heat may have been damaged by the previous overheating s which lead to shut down s and is now only Asus ET2203T functional.