Well, success on a Windows 7, 32 bit PC!! So, the TF101 and charger/usb cable are OK.
I tried to use the 32 bit version on my 64 bit PC. The 32 bit Asus Sync installs OK, but I noticed that 64 bit drivers were installed.
Has anyone with Windows 7, 64 bit had success with Asus Sync?
Strange. It seemed natural to me. But then I am the techie type so...
BTW using Win7 64 and made sure I installed the 64bit version of the sync software with no issues. I forgot there might be two versions though.
Anyway, I have set up to sync with Google, so it is not critical for now. It just bugs me when something doesn't work as advertised.
Thanks for the help, Jim
The supplied 24 pin to USB cable is to short, don't you think?
Could we tell ASUS to make a long one to sell as option - at least to charge. Only 'minus' so far, to me.
My mouse works fine from the Keyboard dock USB port. My USB Flash drives work fine from the Keyboard dock USB port. All that is routine and consistent with best practices on other hardware.
Anyone syncing to Fedora14? I'd like to pull off the notification sounds if possible and put on my Evo.
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So no one syncing to a Linux desktop?
I'm running Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit, and I'm using the power cable, and I've installed the drivers and sync software.
Windows explorer shows the device, and can open and move files between the laptop and the tablet, but no luck with Sync. One odd observation is that USB port goes into debugging mode, even if I disable it in the settings when Sync tries to connect.
drag and drop files without installing drivers/software works with usb cabe right? what advantages will installing these have when just using cable?