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[Pi 1536] Windows 7

Postby Russian » Mon Jan 11, 2010 4:46 am

Hello


Can I install on the my notebook(pi1536) windows 7?
And if to you it is not difficult, throw please the link on "windows 7 + all drivers" if such is...

Sorry me for my bad English... I from Russia, because i can't speak English.
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Re: [Pi 1536] Windows 7  Topic is solved

Postby hikaru » Mon Jan 11, 2010 10:28 am

In the german forum we have a user who installed Windows 7 on a Pi 1536. The only thing he complained about was the sound which he could fix after installing the latest Realtek driver.
Unfortunately he didn't give much information. So I don't know if everything else worked out of the box.
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Re: [Pi 1536] Windows 7

Postby Russian » Mon Jan 11, 2010 11:00 am

Where can I get the drivers for my notebook? :roll:
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Re: [Pi 1536] Windows 7

Postby freakball » Fri Apr 15, 2011 3:17 am

Oh man, where to start...

This AMILO 1536 was bought in Italy, so the keys do not match the US english keyboard. Not really a problem, but whatever...

I've had multiple operating systems on this, and it takes some tweaking to get everything running right.

Ubuntu worked like a friggin charm, I highly recommend. Too bad netflix won't work without silverlight though

I couldn't get my Windows 7 install disk to boot; kept getting "Error cannot boot from CD, code 5" or something, so I used a fresh install of Vista, and upgraded to Windows 7. I had to manually install the graphics driver (same one for Vista I believe...

ATI Technologies Inc

11/8/2006

8.31.100.2

Vista automatically had the proper resolutions.

Not to get off track here, but it looks like this laptop consists of much more modular parts than most. I saw a user (not sure what forum) upgrade the graphics card to a ATI mobility radeon 4650 or something, used the Alienware BIOS 2.07, and installed 4 Gbs RAM, he even replaced the LCD with a better model!

anywho...

I have to reboot now after installing the High Definition Audio Codecs from here:

http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/Default.aspx

I will bump this thread again if I was unsuccessful in getting the headphones/line in and volume knob on the left-front to work (I already know it will work)
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