I'm not sure that my laptop is running on Highest perfomance...

#1
Hi there,
I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium 32 BIT on my Asus F3Sa Notebook.
All runs fun, but asus don't support my laptop for Windows 7.
So I have installed Vista Drivers.
Some drivers I have downloaded by Windows Update also.
I have installed newest Catalysts 9.12 for Windows 7.
All runs fine.
I have installed chipsets drivers for Windows Vista rom Assus Support.
And here is my question:
Am I allowed to run W7 in full perfomance on my laptop?

Please reply me.
Take Care :)
 


#2
Hi there,
I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium 32 BIT on my Asus F3Sa Notebook.
All runs fun, but asus don't support my laptop for Windows 7.
So I have installed Vista Drivers.
Some drivers I have downloaded by Windows Update also.
I have installed newest Catalysts 9.12 for Windows 7.
All runs fine.
I have installed chipsets drivers for Windows Vista rom Assus Support.
And here is my question:
Am I allowed to run W7 in full perfomance on my laptop?

Please reply me.
Take Care :)
I wouldn't be concerned about not having all Win7 drivers. If you have no exclamation marks in Device Manager and you are not crashing, I would say that you are good to go and better off with Win7 than Vista. There are many laptops & desktops running Win7 with some or even all Vista drivers. Look in your BIOS and see if there are any performance settings in there. I would try for the highest BIOS setting allowed providing you remain stable.
 


kemical

Windows Forum Admin
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#3
As Busydog states as long as you've no yellow question marks in Device manager then you should be fine. Many vista drivers are compatible, so no worries there.. Sounds to me like your doing fine..:)
 


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