I’ve searched all over for a remedy to this but only found scraps of information occasionally. As with my Dell, I’m not a fan of manufacturers filling up the computer with their own bloated software which only decelerate the computer. Before you begin this journey with me, you should make the most of the “Sony Vaio Care” ability to upgrade your BIOS firmware.
Ensure you have your copy of Windows 7 x64. The motorists for the x86 version aren’t available from the site so good good fortune with that! You are able to customise your Windows image utilizing a combination of either RT7Lite (empty but nonetheless works) and Win Toolkit. Do not slipstream drivers in to the disc. I’m going to provide instructions on how to install them manually. For the exterior dock to work, the order of set up is important!
I’ve never had a tool be so fussy about reboots or driver install order, so please take the time to reboot when instructed. It’s a bloody fast notebook anyway, which means you don’t genuinely have a reason not to. Let’s get ready to free your Vaio Z from bloat! Now to make your self acquainted with the motorists download web page. Note that a few of these are pretty big, it’s about 1.1gb all up!
So it’d be a good notion to skim through the guide and start downloading these before you begin formatting. I installed off USB rather than DVD, but the instructions must not be too not the same as the regular install process. Keep an eye on it until you reboot. Now the fun/tedious part, installing drivers!
Tip: Before you begin, plug in your dock and leave it connected in! Tip: Reboot whenever it asks you to! Tip: Follow these instructions in the order offered. You run the risk of the dock not working Usually. Tip: It’s a great time to disable UAC even whether it’s temporarily.
Go nut products and set up these. They’ll knock off a lot of the unfamiliar devices in the device manager. The exterior graphics in the dock is next. I’ve got an ATI Radeon HD 6650M with my Vaio Z so that’s being served. Sound is up next. Follow these in order and you will have working onboard sound, HDMI output as well as working noise-cancelling earphones.
Now we’re getting the internet! Ensures the storage stick/SD card audience is working. Edge, horizontal and 2-finger scrolling with pinch/twist/level of sensitivity/etc options. This one are available under “System Components”. I have no basic idea what it can, but it gets rid of a yellowish “!” mark in these devices manager. A different one of those “I have no idea what it is” deals.
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Just grab and go. Update 15/10/2012: Had some issues hooking up with wireless and random dropouts. Either re-install the wireless update or install the update package without the initial just. This seems to be a lot of DLL files that Sony packages run off. Don’t get worried, I’ll only install the key ones that do useful things.
This can be found under “System Components”. For automatically dimming the display screen when it’s darker, allowing the backlit keyboard or swapping power profiles when electric battery levels change. For turning on/off bluetooth or cellular separately, saving unnecessary battery drain. Time to eliminate the previous few “!” marks. I can’t remember easily installed these or not, but it might be useful for you. If it is done, reboot to lock everything in again. Observe that Sony Vaio Care wasn’t installed? That .NET 4.0 source hog is fully gone!