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  Topic : [Problem]PersistWndName not closing on shutdown New Topic
Viking
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Posted:6/25/2008 7:48:00 PM # 1

Does anyone know why I should be seeing a problem with the application 'PersistWinName' not closing down when I shut the eee pc (900/XP) down? Research thus far seems to imply it may be a graphics driver issue, but I assume that if this is the case there should be an updated driver made available by Asus on the downloads page to resolve this...?

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Philde
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Posted:6/25/2008 10:41:00 PM # 2
Same problem here, not really a major problem, but it just shouldn't happen. Also looking for a fix.

Phil...

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Guybrush
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Posted:6/26/2008 1:37:00 AM # 3
type msconfig and disable igfxpers from automatic start, should solve.

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Viking
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Posted:7/1/2008 7:41:00 AM # 4

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Author: Guybrush Posted: 6/26/2008 1:37:00 AM

type msconfig and disable igfxpers from automatic start, should solve.

Well, that seems to have resolved it - thanks!

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charles
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Posted:7/1/2008 11:26:00 AM # 5
I had the same problem. That also solved it.

But further on I had other issues with Windows not wanting to boot when screen mode was not set to Native mode.

Eventualy I tracked the fault down to the Touchpad driver.

I have removed the touchpad driver and just using the Windows default driver. I works fine. Removing the touchpad driver also fixed the problem of igfxpers locking up. I have it running again and it's not locking anymore. The Touchpad driver was also causing that problem.

Charles

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Guybrush
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Posted:7/1/2008 5:50:00 PM # 6
I wish ASUS will provide us a new touchpad driver... the current one doesn't allow two finger scrolling in IE7, I tried to use the driver of 901 but seem not work properly and have less options than previous... it's so sad.

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charles
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Posted:7/1/2008 10:04:00 PM # 7
If you remove the Asus supplied driver and use the Default Windows driver the 2 Finger scrolling works even in IE7.


Charles

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