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joggie|Post time:10-14-2017 00:05:55 View:6844|Reply:34

yutupa| Post time 10-4-2017 12:19:26 | Show all posts
Hackerjac replied at 10-1-2017 21:17
all Hi13 as far i know is CW1534, so that doessent help much, but there is 2 ways i know of that y ...

Help me please
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Hackerjac| Post time 10-4-2017 12:41:46 | Show all posts

I don't have any drivers for that revision, and atm there is Chineese holidays untill Oct 10
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MemberChuwi| Post time 10-4-2017 23:25:55 | Show all posts
Have the same new BIOS. Need camera drivers. Windows 10 updates seems to have replaced them.

Please let us know when original drivers (which worked) can be downloaded.

If I can strip out any drivers from my machine to help out others let me know how to do it.
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yutupa| Post time 10-5-2017 19:16:09 | Show all posts
Hackerjac replied at 10-4-2017 12:41
I don't have any drivers for that revision, and atm there is Chineese holidays untill Oct 10

Thanks anyway
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yutupa| Post time 10-5-2017 19:21:24 | Show all posts
MemberChuwi replied at 10-4-2017 23:25
Have the same new BIOS. Need camera drivers. Windows 10 updates seems to have replaced them.

Please ...

You have touchscreen? if so please try to get
http://www.thewindowsclub.com/ex ... 10-using-powershell
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MemberChuwi| Post time 10-6-2017 00:27:00 | Show all posts
Yes, touch works fine.

You want me to execute this:
>> Export-WindowsDriver -Online -Destination D:\DriverBackup
... replacing driver backup to a destination of my choice?

Can try this, then what to do with the backup? Remind my cameras are not working...
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MemberChuwi| Post time 10-6-2017 04:02:16 | Show all posts
Tried the power shell command. Didn't run. Needs some admin rights management changes. Hesitate doing this...
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FaTmAt| Post time 10-6-2017 05:55:46 | Show all posts
Hello MemberChuwi

Try using the Command Prompt instead of PowerShell:

Click on Start button, then go to Settings, then Personalization and then Taskbar

Turn off “Replace Command Prompt with Windows PowerShell”.

Then you should be able to right clic the Start button and open Command Prompt and finally run the command lines ; ) I hope this helps.
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yutupa| Post time 10-6-2017 10:55:43 | Show all posts
MemberChuwi replied at 10-6-2017 04:02
Tried the power shell command. Didn't run. Needs some admin rights management changes. Hesitate doin ...

Try like this video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atOjBiap-OQ
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Sidchoo| Post time 10-14-2017 00:05:55 | Show all posts

Keep a wireless mouse or use docking keyboard.
Uninstall current driver and check the box stating "delete the driver the software for this device"
Search and delete (cut paste to other folder in case you need them later) any goodix  from C:\Windows\System32\drivers & DriverStore
Reboot
Go to device manager an see if it shows as unknown device. If not then uninstall is not clean then search for any remaining files. (u can look into install.bat from diver folder in edit mode for names of files to look for)
Go to driver goodix driver folder and run install.bat as administrator.
See if it helps.
good luck.
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