Recently I came across a new Unknown Device while performing a clean install of Windows 7 Pro x64 on a Lenovo desktop: Thankfully,it was fairly easy to determine that ‘CRW’ stands for ‘card reader’ and find the correct driver here: dl link (use the drop down to select your OS version) Bitland Cardreader Driver for Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit, 64-bit) – Desktop Bitland 5179 Card Reader Driver for Microsoft Windows 8 (64-bit) – Desktop Bitland Cardreader Driver for Windows 8.1
One of the first things I do on a new laptop is install Google Chrome. Sadly, Chrome and Windows 8 do not play well on even moderately high-resolution laptop screens 🙁 Case in point, my new Lenovo Yoga 2 13 (not the pro model) has a 1920×1080 13.3″ display which is fairly pedestrian by today’s pixel density standards. Regardless, Chrome fonts look very blurry when compared to IE or most other Win8 applications. Solution: adjust Chrome properties Go to Desktop
Q. Here us a wifi driver question from a reader comment: hello, coming to u again for some help, this time im upgrading athe hdd to an ssd on an Acer Aspire M5 583p-9688. here is a rundown on what ive attempted. cloned original hdd to ssd using paragon software ( was successful when i cloned the hdd for the asus laptop). physically swapped the drives. f12 settings changed UFEI boot settings to Legacy, placed SSD on top of the
Q. Hello, I have a Dell laptop running a clean install of Windows 8.1 but I have an Unknown Device ‘BCM20702A0’… do you know what driver I can download to to fix it? A. Here is the download link for the driver that should solve your BCM20702A0 Unknown Device issue: mirror (to be added), Dell dl link Supported Laptop/Notebook models: Systems Latitude E5420 Latitude E5430 Latitude E5520 Latitude E5530 Latitude E6220 Latitude E6230 Latitude E6320 Latitude E6330 Latitude E6420
*NOTE: I highly recommend backing up your data and creating restore media before trying ANY of these methods, just in case something goes awry! Today Antony asked the following question: Now that the ssd is successfully installed, my drive is divided into two, in My Computer ihave the Local disk that has the OS inside of it, and i have another drive that has the rest of my free space from the SSD, is there a way to combine the
Q. I have a brand new Asus laptop with but I cannot find the right asus smart gesture download to get the swipe options you describe here. 🙁 Can you send me to the latest/best driver download? –JA A. Thank you for your question JA, here is the ASUS Smart Gesture Download you are looking for: 🙂 (dl link, or [download id=”10501″ format=”1″]) Enjoy!
Q. Looking for a Windows driver… ACPI INT33A0 unknown device, what driver should I use? –Ken Kollar A. The ACPI INT33A0 is a iSCT ACPI Virtual Device which is part of Intel’s Smart Connect. You can download the correct driver here: (dl link) Driver is compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 7. PS The Intel Smart Connect technology is being included with a lot of nice new Ultrabooks and it can be pretty handy. If you would like to find out more about
Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx K3011 Review To begin with, some photos of the Lynx compared to an iPad (retina display) and a Samsung Galaxy Note 2: (I used The Verge website as the primary test/display page for most of these photos, primarily because it is a modern site ideal for pushing the limits on these types of mobile devices… the other site used is jdhodges.com as it presents a lighter usage scenario) Pros of the Lynx Compatible with legacy Windows (x86) applications i.e.