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ASUS P8P67 Sandy Bridge Motherboard Preview - ASUS P8P67 Sandy Bridge Motherboard Preview
Thu, November 25 2010 | 5:46PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Over the past few weeks we have seen plenty of coverage of the new ASUS P67 and H67 boards due for release in Q1 2011. We caught a first glimpse of the boards only a couple of weeks ago when Sahil went along to the ASUS P67 'Sandy Bridge' Seminar. That article in itself sparked a lot of interest at Vortez and we just had to get one of these boards in to test. With many features like EFI, TPU, EPU, DIGI+VRM to name just a few, these upcoming boards are sure to get the New Year off to a cracking start. Below we have an unboxing video of the forthcoming ASUS P8P67 motherboard. Please bear in mind that at this stage only an unbox and preview of the features are currently permitted. Performance results will be published in January when Intel lifts the embargo. Meanwhile, enjoy! (Pictures on the following pages with closeup shots)
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A Reader Asks... Mouse Isn't Working? - A Reader Asks... Mouse Isn't Working?
Thu, March 11 2010 | 3:11PM | PermaLink Feedback?

A Reader Asks... Mouse Isn't Working?

Q: Robert Asks - Every other day, my mouse gets the shakes and it becomes impossible to control. shutting down is the only solution. Response time can be very sluggish at times.

A: Intermittent shakes can happen if the surface you use your mouse on is not appropriate, ie. a page with a high-contrast images. Try using the mouse on a white sheet of paper. Otherwise, look for debris affecting the optical sensor and if all else fails... go to Start> right click on Computer> Properties> Device Manager> Human Interface Devices - from there right click on whatever the mouse entry is called, and Uninstall.

Unplug the mouse cable, then plug it back in. The system will automatically reinstall the mouse driver for you.

If none of that works, open nearest window, throw mouse out window, close window. Then pick up a new mouse. :-)

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