Just installed Windows 10 10240. I can't get the graphics driver from device manager (the basic adapter driver is considered the best/latest), and the signature of the driver from download center is also considered invalid.
The WLAN installer works in Windows 10 somehow, though I doubt that the EAP modules are actually installed (or needed) anyway. I can get more updated version in device manager as well.
I can get the latest Bluetooth UART driver from device manager in Windows 10 but not in Windows 8.1.
Btw the version of the SOC drivers for Windows 8.1 is 603.x, as oppose to 604.x on the download page.
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Yeah, I made the mistake of trying Intel's drivers on my first unit.
But ultimately just upgrade to Window 10 10240 and let windows find the drivers and update itself. I've not bothered with Intel's outdated drivers and it's been fine. I know when I installed the WLAN drivers on my first bricked device it caused the connection to drop constantly, which on uninstalling, fixed that issue.
Yeah this is all about:
1. Fix the ******* signature of the driver package
2. Make sure the installer works before pushing a package to download center
3. Push the drivers to Microsoft's repository if there's such a mechanism
Seriously, he could have just reply "we'll fix them soon" and then do nothing, which is even better, instead of talking non-sense.
P.S. Maybe those are just experimental AI project products (a.k.a., bot ) from Intel? Their nick (_intel) looks suspicious anyway.
I really apologize that I have posted to the wrong thread.
tom.ty89 when you do an upgrade to Windows 10 in the Intel® Compute Stick, the drivers will be loaded as well.
I tested the drivers for the Intel® Compute Stick from the download center and they work OK.
I’m not sure if I’m understanding your issue very well but I’m in good position to help you as much as I can.
tom.ty89 and Rumbaar I really apologize for the misunderstood.
Thanks and regards!
Never mind. I have already listed every problem I have experienced and saw in best details. If you can't understand or reproduce any of them then just forget it. I have to admit that they aren't very serious problem. The worst issue is that the WLAN installer doesn't work on Windows 8.1, which users might end up at a state that it's half installed and can uninstall it properly, and I have given a workaround on that. Hope that someone in need will see it.