The Asus Eee PC 1005PR was supposed to experience smooth sailing since its release a few weeks ago, but that is not the case with the netbook experiencing issues with its Broadcom Crystal HD video accelerator according to some users who claim that it wsn’t installed or wasn’t working properly. Currently, Asus is looking into the situation, where they found out that at least a couple of returned units had loose daughterboard cables. For those who have upgraded from Windows 7 Starter Edition to Windows 7 Home Premium or Windows 7 Ultimate, you will need to reinstall said Broadcom drivers to have it functional and running. No idea on the percentage of 1005PR units affected, but getting off on such a footing isn’t exactly the most auspicious start any company would want. Hopefully they get it fixed ASAP.
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