I have the same problem with my Asus VivoTab smart. I have the message that I can't update to windows 10. In other forums Intel say that this graphic was made for windows 7, but the companies are using it to sell tablets and laptops with windows 8... so who is lying? Are Asus and Intel really telling me that I have a ONE YEAR PRODUCT and I can't update to windows 10? THIS IS UNBELIEVABLE!
Thank you Allan, but I asked for a reason. You're just telling an unknown, but huge number of customers that Intel might finish the support of a common used product whenever the label of this product changes. Please make this very clear in Intel's advertisements e.g. 'Windows 10 only'.
Please think about it.
Thanks for your feedback. I am sure this will clear all the doubts about windows 10 support on Intel(R) GMA 3650.
But what I'm trying to say is that, as you perfectly say in the information of the link:
Intel® Atom™ processor (formerly code named Cedar Trail) based entry notebook and entry desktop PCs were designed and validated to support Windows 7. Windows 10 is not supported on this platform but is supported on newer Intel platforms.
So, it was designed to support Windows 7, but a lot of people (me included) bought a computer with Windows 8 and this processor. So... Am I buying something with no support since the beggining? Of course is Asus fault (and other companies that are selling this windows 8 - intel processor combination) but intel shouldn't allow that becuase is your product!
I'm so dissapointed...
i forced an upgrade using the following
the gma driver is the same as windows 8.1
i have since received 2 updates of windows 10. so far only problems are learning windows 10
The level of contempt Intel has for it[s customers is amazing to say the least.
What kind of answers are you giving. Why don[t you answer honestly the question being asked. Are you so afraid of the truth?
Just tell already why you will not support Z2760 series
After looking into several other threads related with this topic my decision is certain.
There is no technical reason, but a commercial interest to force a huge number of customers to make new investments in new computer systems.
OK, I will do this, but with a frustrated search for alternatives, and I have an elephant-like memory.
Good by Intel.
We have sold lots of Shuttle X50 PCs to customers (with GMA3650) who now want to upgrade to Windows 10 and can't. WE are getting the flack from our customers for what seems to be a poor decision by INTEL. A couple of customers are demanding their money back!!!