Asus ET2400A Chipset Driver
Hi,We are close to buying Asus ET All in One. Before and then remplace the G with a I3 same socket and same chip 1 day. The Intel® G33 Express Chipset boosts your gaming and multimedia experience with the integrated graphics engine Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator Missing: ETA. You will need a new bios chip for the following purposes As a backup chip in case the current bios chip is corrupt. As a bios upgrade chip for advanced features.
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Asus ET2400A Chipset Driver
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The fifth image is of the motherboard connector where the IR receiver plugs in. It is NOT usb. Image seven is of the bottom of the IR receiver with the model number on the tag I put in the picture. Image eight is where the IR Asus ET2400A Chipset looks out. The screw holes are where you put the module. Good luck finding any information on this part.
The scotch tape was temporary and replaced with electrical tape. Test each addition before adding another.
The windows drivers can be found on the Asus support site, and readily available on the net. Not shown is the Blu-ray burner that replaced the DVD drive that came with the computer. This drive can be found on EBay. The driver can be found on the manufacture's Asus ET2400A Chipset. I used a Sony drive.
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Yes, you can replace it with ssd, remember though that then your whole system will be limited by the size Asus ET2400A Chipset that ssd. I am personally still thinking of using an ssd in place of the optical drive, as I hardly ever use it, and I already replaced the hdd with a 1tb rpm one.
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Read my posts above on how to do it. Unfortunately, my attempt to use mSata failed, so no go on there.
The good news is that it's confirmed you can use 16gb of ram in this machine despite the official spec. Thank you very much to let us know the upgradability of 16GB memory. Now I can try it with Asus ET2400A Chipset.