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joggie|Post time:9-7-2017 07:54:35 View:1213|Reply:32

Edited by joggie at 8-24-2017 13:58

Hi,
I've got my Hi13 yesterday and it seems that it has other Hardware than older Versions of the device.
I installed a fresh version of windows 10 and i have problems with some drivers.

Biggest Problem is that the accelerometer is not from kionix but from bosch (ACPI\BOSC0200) I found an older driver for the device but now the rotation is off by 180°, so the display is always inverted/on top ...
I found a new version of the driver but this doesn't work at all...

Also bluetooth and the touchscreen doesnt work at all after the device comming back from sleep...
Sadly im an idiot and I didn't create a backup of the initial setup...

Sooooo... what are my options, where can i get all the drivers?
Btw. I tried installing the drivers from http://forum.chuwi.com/forum.php ... ypeid%26typeid%3D62 but they didn't work (since they are for kionix)
I also tried to install the Windows Setup from the same link, but it didn't work because of a BIOS mismatch.

My bios looks exactly the same as in this post: https://4pda.ru/forum/index.php? ... 00#Spoil-64301641-1

Modelnumber: CWI534
Hi13 Q64G45170700984

Thanks for any help
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Hackerjac| Post time 8-24-2017 14:11:00 | Show all posts
Edited by Hackerjac at 8-24-2017 23:12

For now try downloading iobit drive booster 4.5, it should be abel to find the missing drivers for you

I'll let my contact "Chuwi know the drivers and other stuff for the new revision is missing and we need them asap
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joggie| Post time 8-24-2017 14:12:55 | Show all posts
yeah, I tried that too... the bosch driver it downloaded didn't work at all, and the sleep problems is also still present with the newest drivers from driver booster
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Hackerjac| Post time 8-24-2017 16:04:03 | Show all posts
joggie replied at 8-24-2017 23:12
yeah, I tried that too... the bosch driver it downloaded didn't work at all, and the sleep problems  ...

ok, sorry to hear that
Have sent request to Chuwi for driver pack and Windows install files, hope they will show up fast
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emily| Post time 8-24-2017 17:53:29 | Show all posts
hello, i will contact the service and ask them to upload it ASAP, have a good day
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joggie| Post time 8-25-2017 03:52:58 | Show all posts
thanks!
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joggie| Post time 8-30-2017 01:19:37 | Show all posts
Any update?
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joggie| Post time 9-5-2017 10:19:52 | Show all posts
Can someone with a newer device backup and upload the drivers somewhere?
http://www.thewindowsclub.com/ex ... 10-using-powershell

I can't use the device in this state...
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WanFal8283| Post time 9-7-2017 06:45:52 | Show all posts
joggie replied at 9-5-2017 10:19
Can someone with a newer device backup and upload the drivers somewhere?
http://www.thewindowsclub.c ...

Hi,

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Motobot| Post time 9-7-2017 07:54:35 | Show all posts
Edited by Motobot at 9-7-2017 18:58
joggie replied at 9-5-2017 21:19
Can someone with a newer device backup and upload the drivers somewhere?
http://www.thewindowsclub.c ...

Hello joggie,
I do not understand why to wait for help from someone?! Help yourself! That's my motto.
You can find all drivers for yourself. Just download an official Win10 install file for your device from the thread first. UnRar it. Find an install.wim file in the Image folder and copy it to the root of drive X.

1. Create  two temporary folders on drive X and name them as 1, 2;
NB. Hereinafter, X is a letter of your local drive. Do not forget to replace it with your real drive letter in each DISM command.
2. Run the Command Prompt as Admin and mount the image in X:\1 with the following DISM command
Do not forget to put your real drive letter instead of X here and further
  1. Dism /Mount-Wim /index:1 /WimFile:X:\install.wim /MountDir:X:\1
Copy the Code
As operation completed do not close the Command Promt window.
3. Run the Power Shell as Admin and copy all drivers with the following command
  1. Export-WindowsDriver -Path X:\1 -Destination X:\2
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As operation completed close the Power Shell window and went to the Command Prompt window.
4. Unmount your image file with the following command
  1. Dism /Unmount-Wim /MountDir:X:\1 /Discard
Copy the Code
As operation completed close the Command Promt window.


Voila, all the drivers are in the folder 2. You can drink champagne now!



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