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General Tweaks and Guides for Linx Vision

Re: General Tweaks and Guides for Linx Vision

by djjinx1 » December 3rd, 2017, 6:51 am

Thanks for the hard work with all this, bought 2 visions for a steal so will be following the guide very soon.
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Re: General Tweaks and Guides for Linx Vision

by mandyglen » March 7th, 2018, 1:20 pm

Great post, clear guides, I have changed all recommended settings and I'm very happy with this tablet, the only issue I'm having is really slow read write speeds to memory card (128gb sandisc EVO class 3) I only get speeds of around 2/3 mb/s, not to worry card is full of steam games now!

Thanks for the guides keep up the great work!
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Re: General Tweaks and Guides for Linx Vision

by F0LLETT » March 13th, 2018, 9:11 am

mandyglen wrote:Great post, clear guides, I have changed all recommended settings and I'm very happy with this tablet, the only issue I'm having is really slow read write speeds to memory card (128gb sandisc EVO class 3) I only get speeds of around 2/3 mb/s, not to worry card is full of steam games now!

Thanks for the guides keep up the great work!


Depends on how its formatted. I have mine formatted as ExFAT, card manufacturers use this in all there speed tests.
I get around 70 - 80 MB. Its also important to enable write caching on SD card.
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Re: General Tweaks and Guides for Linx Vision

by NebulaUK » April 25th, 2018, 2:03 pm

Been struggling to find an updated graphics driver but found this
https://downloadmirror.intel.com/26682/eng/win32_154034.4624.zip

Will work on the device but will give a black screen upon install when this happens simply wait a bit and turn the tablet off then on again. Can work if you put the tablet to sleep then wake it. I don't know if there is any better driver if there is can someone link it.
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Re: General Tweaks and Guides for Linx Vision

by airpanda » May 5th, 2018, 8:17 am

Hi guys,
Sorry to bother with maybe a dumb question but I just bought this gaming tablet.
I can't access to the main advanced options in BIOS.
In the main section, I only have access to the language, time settings but no advanced options are available.
Am I missing something ?
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Re: General Tweaks and Guides for Linx Vision

by Calcifur » June 14th, 2018, 12:23 pm

airpanda wrote:Hi guys,
Sorry to bother with maybe a dumb question but I just bought this gaming tablet.
I can't access to the main advanced options in BIOS.
In the main section, I only have access to the language, time settings but no advanced options are available.
Am I missing something ?
Thanks

I too seem to have this issue, either I am looking in all the wrong places, or as I have a fairly recent model I don't have advanced options.

Any help would be great.

Thanks
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Re: General Tweaks and Guides for Linx Vision

by theonetoday » September 18th, 2018, 5:37 am

Can you reupload your links? They seem to be down.
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Re: General Tweaks and Guides for Linx Vision

by F0LLETT » September 20th, 2018, 8:11 am

theonetoday wrote:Can you reupload your links? They seem to be down.


Cant update my server domain. They expired, so I have to wait until they are released.
Don't fancy going through all links changing them. Already did that once.

Ill see if I can upload them all to my google drive.
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Re: General Tweaks and Guides for Linx Vision

by theonetoday » September 21st, 2018, 12:19 am

F0LLETT wrote:
theonetoday wrote:Can you reupload your links? They seem to be down.


Cant update my server domain. They expired, so I have to wait until they are released.
Don't fancy going through all links changing them. Already did that once.

Ill see if I can upload them all to my google drive.

Take all the time you need, I appreciate all the work you've put into getting this device functioning perfectly. :) Also I was curious, are these fixes already done in your recovery image? I understand the bios i would have to do on my own but would I have to go through and run these batch files along with the installing drivers you mentioned in the recovery post?
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Re: General Tweaks and Guides for Linx Vision

by F0LLETT » September 21st, 2018, 7:48 am

theonetoday wrote:
F0LLETT wrote:
theonetoday wrote:Can you reupload your links? They seem to be down.


Cant update my server domain. They expired, so I have to wait until they are released.
Don't fancy going through all links changing them. Already did that once.

Ill see if I can upload them all to my google drive.

Take all the time you need, I appreciate all the work you've put into getting this device functioning perfectly. :) Also I was curious, are these fixes already done in your recovery image? I understand the bios i would have to do on my own but would I have to go through and run these batch files along with the installing drivers you mentioned in the recovery post?


Not as yet. Tweaks are extra. Apart from drivers would like to keep ISO clean.
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