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    Exclamation ASUS EeePad Transformer manual/usb drivers/sync software

    ...can be easily found and downloaded at:

    ASUSTeK Computer Inc. - Eee- ASUS Eee Pad Transformer TF101

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    Thanks, great PDF manual.

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    Nice thanks

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    Sweet! I'll start reading up since I probably won't get mine for another day! The suspense is killing me!

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    Unfortunately, the dock firmware isn't listed and that's what I'm looking for try and fix my problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Narsil View Post
    Unfortunately, the dock firmware isn't listed and that's what I'm looking for try and fix my problem.
    maybe the ftp if you know witch is witch
    ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/EeePAD/TF101/

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    Yeah... But all this doesn't help.
    ASUS guys really managed to screw up a good tablet by either intentionally complicating file transfer procedures or just hurrying so much to throw it out into the market that file transferring didn't get proper amount of thinking.
    Why wasn't it possible to just make Eee Pad seen by a PC as an external data storage?!!


    then

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    Yes it is always easy to say, Oh something must be wrong with your computer! - but excuse me, WHY do I need to think about it if everything else works just fine?
    Hey ASUS guys was it really really not possible to make everything work before beginning the sales? Isn't it why so many people still love Apple - just because it bloody WORKS right out of the box!
    Last edited by CathayStray; 06-05-2011 at 07:36 AM.

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    My PC has WMP and Asus Sync installed, and my work desktop doesn't. Both see the TF as a removable drive right out of the box. Every time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moose View Post
    My PC has WMP and Asus Sync installed, and my work desktop doesn't. Both see the TF as a removable drive right out of the box. Every time.
    Good for you
    With me it doesn't work this way.

    And I am not alone having this sort of problems. So it is sort of lottery.
    My point is - the thing should WORK with any PC regardless its OS version, preinstalled media players, colour of the owner's shirts or weather outside. If it doesn't - the product is not ready to be marketed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CathayStray View Post
    Yeah... But all this doesn't help.
    ASUS guys really managed to screw up a good tablet by either intentionally complicating file transfer procedures or just hurrying so much to throw it out into the market that file transferring didn't get proper amount of thinking.
    Why wasn't it possible to just make Eee Pad seen by a PC as an external data storage?!!


    then

    and


    Yes it is always easy to say, Oh something must be wrong with your computer! - but excuse me, WHY do I need to think about it if everything else works just fine?
    Hey ASUS guys was it really really not possible to make everything work before beginning the sales? Isn't it why so many people still love Apple - just because it bloody WORKS right out of the box!

    Download and install Microsoft user mode driver framework. Then reinstall the usb driver(MTP driver).
    Worked for me on Windows XP pro.
    Let me know if you have any troubl. This is a 738kb file from Microsoft.
    This a Microsoft thing and relates to MTP support.
    geosynch and Xume like this.

 

 
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