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    johnbarry
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    10″ Windows 10 Fusion5 WiFi Driver

    I have had to re install Windows 10 Home on a 10″ Windows 10 Fusion5 Ultra Slim Windows Tablet PC- (4GB RAM, 64GB Storage)

    I have no touchpad – Keyboard etc, I do have 23 conflicts in device manager.

    The main 1 for now is a WiFi driver, I have searched the internet, most offer links for driver updater/s I have tried a few they all want to access the internet. I have snappy driver and it wants to access the internet.

    I get no further as I need a driver to access the internet.

    Where Do You Go To

     

     

    Cheers
    John

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    https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/27717/Intel-Serial-IO-Driver-for-Windows-10-64-bit-for-Intel-NUC Did you get your driver from the above site ?

    Yes

    Thanks for the link/s (I have read) can’t see a fix just I am not on my own (or I wasn’t at one time.

    I will have another probe.

    Cheers
    John

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    https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25602/Intel-Serial-IO-Driver-for-Windows-8-1-

    Above is a link to the old 2015 driver that people seem to have had more luck with. Uninstall any existing drivers before trying this one.

    Good luck ?

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    I used Snapp Driver, I no longer have any conflicts. However some thing seem missing.

    1 Shut down swipe screen

    2 Taskbar Keyboard

    and a few others?

    The seller said they have no drivers but has offered me a link to the Image.

    I assume they mean something like Dell HP recovery type?

    Cheers
    John

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    Those will be utilities rather than drivers. You can probably get similar things from many different sources.

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    Just discovered the taskbar keyboard icon is a Windows setting. Right click an empty area of the task bar and there is an option to display it.

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    Slide to shut down is a utility program supplied with Windows called SlideToShutdown.exe. If you like you can create a shortcut to it and pin it to your taskbar or you can create a keyboard shortcut for it. On a touch screen device it should run automatically if you long press the power button but you may have to play about with the control panel power settings.

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    Thanks Graham

    Sorted the Keyboard

    Icreated slide to shut down, it isn’t working, have another go.

    Cheers
    John

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