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Balta

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If choose your country of residence from their support page, it will take you to the appropriate ASUS website, the contact details are usually at the bottom of the page.

Support - ASUS - computer, laptop, tablet, pad, android phone, vga, mb, lcd monitor, notebook
They reached me up with this:
Thank you very much for contacting us, I should mention that we are a support in Spanish, I comment on the following. Your computer was designed only for Windows 10 or some other operating system to a future unfortunately you could not install Windows 7 ultímate, since you do not have a 100% performance on your computer and likewise there are no drivers. You could install it but the correct functioning of your equipment is not guaranteed.
 

x BlueRobot

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Did you mention the issues that you were having? If you have warranty on the laptop, then I would suggest using it and get a replacement from ASUS.

If the ASUS don't support Windows 7 for that particular machine, then I would suggest not trying to install Windows 7.
 
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