japanese UX91S Vista drivers

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Postby ozkaya » Mon Dec 29, 2008 08:53

on this month's pc magazine, it says that windows 7 and vista will share the same driver kernel so that windows 7 will use the same drivers. If this is true, your vista drivers should work with windows 7.

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Postby Sull86 » Mon Dec 29, 2008 16:56

Some users were already using my driver pack in Windows 7 :)
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Postby VaioUX » Tue Jun 16, 2009 23:25

Bleh the keyboard drivers still don't have all the buttons enabled(the Yen button and some buttons are bound to the correct functions... I'm NOT talking about the vaio touch launch/+/- special keys but the keyboard keys)

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Postby ozkaya » Wed Jun 17, 2009 16:50

VaioUX wrote:Bleh the keyboard drivers still don't have all the buttons enabled(the Yen button and some buttons are bound to the correct functions... I'm NOT talking about the vaio touch launch/+/- special keys but the keyboard keys)


in case you don't know, you can remap some of those keys with "remapkey.exe" from Microsoft.

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Postby VaioUX » Tue Jun 23, 2009 22:19

ozkaya wrote:in case you don't know, you can remap some of those keys with "remapkey.exe" from Microsoft.


Thanks for the tip

I tried the Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools(which includes remapkey
The format only lets you remap already mapped keys

The problem is the Japanese keyboard has keys that are not recognized


I found out the Japanese keyboard is OADG 109A (which is supported 100% in linux)
Changing the hardware to an unsigned japanese keyboard driver in Vista/7 fixed my problem 99%

Only 1 key is unrecognized now

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Postby ozkaya » Wed Jun 24, 2009 05:38

yeah, you're right about unrecognized keys, that's why I said some :) so, which driver did you use and does it still map already mapped keys or can you add new characters (like accented letters)?

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Postby VaioUX » Tue Jun 30, 2009 15:16

Any of the drivers will do
I couldn't tell any difference

The keys do resolve different addresses so a remap is still possible(I just haven't gotten around to it)
All the japanese keys are already mapped properly except for the Yen key

I remapped the Vaio button to the windows key(Vaio Launcher takes a frustrating ~2 seconds to load even with SLC SSD)
I plan on remapping the Japanese "Yen" key but I haven't gotten around to it

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Postby jinvox » Wed Aug 05, 2009 16:23

any status updates as to whether or not this pack is perfected or we still need to do some minor tweaks ourselves?
Soon to be owner of a SONY VGN-UX91s :cool:


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