Thank you for the suggestion. Yes I have tried those drivers, but with the x64 at the end of each folder... I think these are 64bit drivers? My unit is 32bit, and does not seem to be able to run a 64bit OS. My apologies for not stating that sooner, I thought it was aparent from the model number that it was 32bit. If this is not correct, and I can install a 64bit windows, could you point me on how to boot the unit to 64bit? I have tried and it keeps asking for the bootia32.efi, regardless of telling it to boot to 64bit.|
Otherwise do you have any other 32bit drivers that I could use? I am confused on why I can not get these last few unknown devices to install correctly. One of them must be related to the touch screen, as that does not work only inside of Windows (I can click the OK button to choose to boot to Windows when it asks to choose Windows or Android).