Description Download Asus Transformer Book T100TA driver for Windows7,8.1,xp,10 easily resolve notebook audio, video, touchpad, wifi, bluetooth, camera & display issues. Download & Install the Right Drivers for Your Notebook T100TA on Windows 7 to let your Notebook perform at the fullest.
Walt 10-19-15 Hi Ian, thanks a lot for your report. I did a Win 10 Enterprise clean-install with all the drivers and everything is running fast and fine. There’s only one issue when I start up the device. Driver Cleaner Windows 10. The T100 hangs with the ASUS-Pre-boot-logo and nothing happens any more.
Then I push the Power Button again for a few seconds to shut down and switch on the device again and windows is booting fine. I don’t have a clue what I can do. Does somebody have an idea? Thank you very much in advance. Best regards Walt.
Is there any place where i can download windows 10 x86 drivers for Asus T100TA? Hp Laserjet 1320n Driver Windows 10 on this page. I actually upgraded because of the free offer 😉 but i still have the Asus.
Gtp20 09-11-15 I followed your guide with my T100. I was trying to reset my tablet last week when the Windows reset failed and bricked my tablet. I have been working on it daily and I managed to get Windows 10 x86 installed. I have updated ALL the drivers and I still can’t get the touch screen to work. Under display adapters it still shows the Microsoft Basic Display Adapter and no matter what I do I can’t get it to update to the proper adapter. Also, under human interface device there is nothing in there for the touch screen.
I have notice other threads that say to update a driver there for the touch screen, but I do not have the option, I’m guessing its because I’m stuck on the basic display adapter. Any suggestions?
Joe 09-07-15 Update went pretty easy. I think the trick is to make sure you keep you laptop docked on the keyboard.
I made sure to charge to 100%. I also made sure that the USB I used, had the most recent version.
I am sure you can do the same with a disk. I went into windows with the USB plugged in, and configured it to boot to bios in the windows 8 recovery section. In bios I only set it to boot from USB first. Saved and restarted.