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taitran|Post time:12-13-2016 09:33:27 View:9581|Reply:45

kenzotange| Post time 11-25-2016 03:17:52 | Show all posts
Did someone try the last drivers for Wi-fi? Does it works properly now?
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Timewind| Post time 12-3-2016 09:19:03 | Show all posts
Edited by Timewind at 12-3-2016 09:21

Thanks, after updating the last drivers, everything is back in order!

https://drivers.windows10downloa ... lan-driver-drivers/
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taitran| Post time 12-5-2016 15:45:18 | Show all posts
3008.39.801.2016 did not work, switched back to RemixOS.
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Dodson65| Post time 12-5-2016 21:49:07 | Show all posts
Today I installed driver version 3008.42.914.2016. No more issues currently! Will continue with testing.
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ranlid| Post time 12-6-2016 14:27:08 | Show all posts
Dodson65 replied at 12-5-2016 21:49
Today I installed driver version 3008.42.914.2016. No more issues currently! Will continue with test ...

Can you post this driver, please? Don't find it in google.
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Dodson65| Post time 12-6-2016 20:56:34 | Show all posts
Just install DriverMax and let it update your system, but don't install the sound driver as it won't work.

After I installed the latest WiFi driver, I did't have any issues.
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ranlid| Post time 12-6-2016 23:04:31 | Show all posts
Dodson65 replied at 12-6-2016 20:56
Just install DriverMax and let it update your system, but don't install the sound driver as it won't ...

Please, can you export driver by this instruction?
https://www.nextofwindows.com/ho ... vers-for-future-use

Thanks!
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Dodson65| Post time 12-7-2016 13:27:16 | Show all posts
Here is the exported driver backup:

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AsxyaIJnndx6j-BLgMcc2Jw-J0MzpQ

I would like to repeat my recommendation: after installing DriverMax (free version), I received a lot of updates. Looks like many of the Chuwi drivers are outdated. I installed all updates (except the soud driver update). My Hi10 still working without issues.
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kenzotange| Post time 12-13-2016 00:32:36 | Show all posts
Does Wi-Fi works properly with last update driver? Thanks...
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queuebert| Post time 12-13-2016 09:33:27 | Show all posts
Are you using any Bluetooth devices? Bluetooth and the wifi adapter in the hi10 (and probably most/all Chuwi tablets) are both operating at 2.4GHz and can definitely force a wifi connection offline. Not yet experienced it the hi10, but I have in other devices, and it seems likely that it would happen with this one, too.
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