Edited by technisol at 2-24-2017 18:56 |
How about doing a web search for "Broadcom 802.11n Wireless SDIO Adapter driver" or you could do what I did when I got my Hi8 Pro and go the Microsoft site, download the appropriate free version of Windows 10 and use the media creation tool to create an install flash drive or if I remember correctly, I put it on my SDXC card and ran it from there so it would use the SDXC for the disk space Win 10 wants to perform an install. That way you can update to the latest version of Win 10 in one step. I required no additional drivers or anything specific to the Hi8 Pro, told it to update them as it installed. Not the quickest solution, but it did get me directly to the then latest version despite a lack of disk space in the Emmc flash drive. If you search the forum, you'll find more info as I did about how others have done the same.
I have the 32 bit Windows 10 Home Version 1607, build 14393.693 on my Hi8 Pro at the moment, and the Broadcom driver is Version 1.569.0.0 dated 1/11/2016