I am not sure it is a hardware problem or software problem.
This happened when I typed fast to input code in text editors of my Windows 8.1 ultrabook. How to fix this glitch?
My desktop has a SEIKI 39" 4K TV/Monitor attached via HDMI. I do not use this for games, just for gobs of desktop (e.g. so I can eliminate additional monitors). On the desktop it works great, except for an occasional 4-5 second black screen. Others have this problem, and this is background for my question below.
I have to say that, other than occasional power management quirks, I love the Intel developer Ultrabook. I'm migrating to it as my go-to laptop and rarely fire up my beloved Lenovo W500 any more.
But I filled the SSD up fast and need to upgrade. So I got a Sandisk 256 GB SSD, hooked it up to an external drive adapter and set about migrating the existing SSD over to it.
Just curious if people are using Ultrabooks as their primary development machines. If so, what make/model are you using and is there anything you like/dislike about it?
I've personally been coding almost exclusively on my 14" Ivy Bridge powered Ultrabook but I'm ready for an upgrade. I'm finding the 4gigs of ram a little limiting, but otherwise I love working on a machine with a touchscreen and all of the new sensors built in.
I've got my eye on the HP Envy Touchsmart 14 with the QHD screen as a replacement.
I'm hoping someone here can point me in the right direction to get a problem fixed on my UBIV4 Ultrabook. The keyboard was damaged (by my cat...) and I was hoping to see if there was a way to get/buy a new one from Intel. But when I go into Premier support to submit a ticket, it tells me the platform is no longer covered by them and to contact my Intel rep for assistance.
Did Windows 8.1 fix the graphic driver problems some people were having?
I am running Windows 8.1 and I am wondering if they fixed the problem some people(including me) were having with video card drivers. Also, do I need to get new drivers?
Hi I refer to the "Sample Application: Sensor Explorer" that Submitted by Dale Taylor (Intel) on Thu, 12/13/2012 - 14:53 and try to get Quaternion array data but failed at get sensor value, here is my code, please help to advise!
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