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Vista Drivers for Fujitsu (Siemens) T4210 available - kind of...
Posted by Arne Hess - at Monday, 22.01.07 - 11:07:05 CET under Digital - Gadgets - Viewed 13619x

Okay, on Friday I was ranting quite heavily about the absence of Windows Vista drivers for the Fujitsu (Siemens) Lifebook T4210 but situation changed recently. So far, even not tested Beta drivers wasn't available but now, at least, untested and unsupported Windows Vista drivers became available from Fujitsu Siemens' European supports pages:

The only problem - some drivers are still missing and has not been released so far - including such important drivers like the auto rotate screen (changing from Notebook style to Tablet PC style) and I still get an error message (I can ignore and thankfully doesn't crashes my whole system) if I rotate the screen. To rotate the screen from landscape to portrait, I have to use the hardware buttons. However, to make these buttons working, I had to install the Windows XP button utility because the Windows Vista drivers section also misses this (and other) T4210 applications.

Anyway - finally I have Windows Vista Business (RTM) running on my T4210:

Anyway, hope Fujitsu (siemens) will come around the corner with the final drivers and utilities soon. IMHO, Windows Vista is worth to upgrade to (at least for power users) since it offers some great mobility (Notebook in general) and Tablet PC features and together with Office Systems 2007 it's a great package to work with.

Cheers ~ Arne

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