I fiddled around with modding my laptops BIOS to unlock XMP profiles and hopefully seeing if optimus could be disabled. After flashing my modded bios and trying it out, I noticed that my keyboards backlight no longer turns on. I was unaware it requires an official BIOS to function. They backlights wont turn on unless ASUS ATK package is installed but now it seems it also needs an official BIOS?
The modded ROM and tool I used if anyone has any experience with this and doesn't mind telling me what to enable/disable, or anything else i can do to re-enable them
I'm talking about digits row, not numpad block. Very often those keys either don't work, or print two characters at once. If I press again, they may work or not, or print two characters this time. Anyone had this issue? I'm looking for those who have a design similar to Lenovo Y500. It started after a good few years of usage and became very annoying. Is the keys structure just becoming old? Can I take those specific keys out and clean them, or it's too risky and I can break them in the process? Do I have to disassemble the whole laptop? Is the keyboard disassembled from the front or the back? I'm going to replace the wi-fi soon so I was thinking if I could do both. I also heard about something like compressed air keyboard cleaner. Could it help with my case and my keyboard type, and do I use it on assembled or disassembled parts?
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This pertains to the buggy dysfunctional Bluetooth driver for Realtek RTL8723 (Hardware ID: USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8723&REV_0200)
If anyone else has been having a problem with getting a proper functioning Bluetooth driver to work with the P370em in Windows 10...
I have found a really nice and stable driver that adds WAAAY more features!
Here's how to do it...
Step 1.) Download and install the driver package "Bluetooth Stack for Windows by Toshiba (v9.10.34(T)" Note this adds full 4.0+HS and all other Bluetooth feature imaginable! It's really NICE! It doesn't crash, and it's completely compatible!
*There is one caveat... because you're not installing this on a Toshiba for which this was designed and licensed, it is only a 30 day trial driver, after which it will become dysfunctional... to fix this and have the driver in all it's glory forever...
Step 2.) Run regedit as administrator, and navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER, SOFTWARE, Toshiba, BluetoothStack, V1.0, Mng
Step 3.) In this folder create another DWORD value titled "TestVersion" and give it the hexadecimal value "1"
Step 4.) Save, exit, done, enjoy the full (non-audit) driver software forever!
I hope this helps someone. Thanks Toshiba for making an incredible BT driver!