Simply use Double Driver to “restore” your required driver or select all of them to return all drivers to the default stock versions.
You might be asking why I would post this when there is clearly a thread titled “[Hi10 X] [Official Version] Chuwi Hi10 X Driver, Windows Tutorial Download”, well it is due to my lack of success with the supplied drivers within that thread.
The “GoodixTouchDriver” is not part of the fresh install driver list and does not work (at least with my Chuwi).
On a clean install of Windows 10 (not from the thread, from the official Windows media creation tool) there was a missing driver for a “PCI Data Acquisition and Signal Processing Controller” which none of the drivers provided in the “Hi10X Drive”.zip were compatible with.
If you do a clean install of Windows via the ‘Official Version’ within the Hi10 X Driver thread, you should be good to go.
This thread is for those who have installed Windows by another means, have managed to lose a driver, or those who wish to return everything to stock settings and not have to re-install Windows to do so.
Thanks for the drivers… First thing I did was reinstall a fresh win10 2004…i only needed two drivers from the “third party” pack… They turned out to be the accelerometer and I can’t remember the other one but I just pointed search drivers to the directory where the package unzipped
I would greatly appreciate it if you could include the above missing drivers in your set, or point me to the right ones (I had Windows search both, the 3rd Party as well as the Full set of drivers, but it couldn’t find anything)
i made a clean installation from a USB to restore my hi10x, and your drivers are perfect.
all driver ok.
The only thing… the clean installation don’t resolve the problem i had…
yesterday i had the BAD idea to update H6 pen… i found here on fourm the update… but…
after that, touchscreen and pen… dont work, or better, are out allineament: if i touch the screen you see the input pen in another part of screen…
And i dont know how resolve…
in this moment i can use the hi10 only as a “little notebook” not as tablet with pen… and this is a big problem!
You are very welcome.
The pointing to the directory method of installing; I’ll add to the original post, thank you for mentioning that
((edit: Or not, guess there’s a time limit for editing posts… Thank you regardless))
You’re most welcome
Have you tried manually pointing to the driver in device manager?
As in: Right clicking the device, update driver, browse computer, let me pick, all devices, then have disc, browsing to the “Memsic Accelerometer MXC6655” folder, selecting the .inf file within it (I imagine you have, but just wanted to check anyway).
Have you tried using double driver to “restore” the accelerometer driver? (Worth a shot, though there doesn’t look to be much to it in terms of files (in comparison to the display driver which has a number of extra files which accompany it) so I doubt, if it didn’t work through automatic update, it’d work through DD, still, only one way to find out).
If none of that works, i’m afraid I can’t be of much use in terms of additional drivers, as I simply took a capture of the hardware present on my device upon booting it up for the first time. If they don’t work/match for your Hi10 X I guess there must be subtle differences in components between older/newer builds of the same model?
Sorry I couldn’t be of more use in this regard.
I am, mine came with the H6, though I know there are models with the H3. I have not tried a H3 pen to see if it is compatible, though.
No problem, I’m glad the drivers worked for you
Your mistake was also made by a colleague of mine.
I feel the H6 pen update is a firmware level change, as we couldn’t get it to function correctly even after a complete wipe and reset of everything (bios, drive partitions, etc), installing the correct drivers allows the pen and touch to work, but not correctly (like you are demonstrating in your picture).
He opted to send the tablet back to the seller for a replacement as, without an official fix/original H6 firmware patcher from Chuwi, it lost a valuable function.
I hope Chuwi releases something that can fix your issue, otherwise, if you can, I’d try to get a replacement.
Thank’s for information
io hope someone of customer service answer me in couple of days
i sent mail, and write on chat facebook, but nothing
if i ve no answer i write to the seller and i ask him to replace it
i hope it is possible
now is only to waiting… and see
It is odd that a bluetooth pen can be incompatible with one device but function on another, especially whent hey are, from what I can tell, identical products. Amazed it’s not just a software/driver thing that stops them working.
That’s awesome, glad you got it sorted
If you wouldn’t mind sharing the solution they provided, so that others might learn how to fix it themselves should they make the same mistake, that’d be swell
You can restore drivers one-by-one via the device manager, yes.
Though if you are looking to force install all the original drivers, you’ll need double driver.
((Make sure you have extracted the .7z contents to a folder location before starting))
Step 1 - Open Double Driver (as Admin)
Step 2 - Select “Restore” from the top navigation bar
Step 3 - Press “Locate Backup” in the bottom left and select “Other location”
Step 4 - Navigate to the extracted .7z location - Select the main folder and hit okay
Step 5 - Click okay
Step 6 - From the top navigation bar; click the “Select” option and from the dropdown choose “All”
Step 7 - All items should be selected (tick mark in box) - Proceed to click “Restore Now”
Step 8 - Click “OK” to restore all drivers
Restart and you’re done.
Thank you for sharing :D, hopefully the moderators are fine with you posting the fix (I can’t see why they’d be against it, in fact, I’d be surprised if they were - given how several people have mistakenly “updated” their H6 pen drivers).