|29 Jul 2010||#3|
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I'd just like to point out that it isn't always such a good idea to get drivers for a laptop from anywhere but the manufacturer of the equipment. Laptop drivers are often tweaked by the manufacturer to enable some "special features" offered by the laptop, or to work with a non standard implementation of the hardware. Using generic drivers can often have unpredictable results.
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