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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

     

     

    It's said to be easy when you know how. If you don't know how, then you need the help of forumites.

    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.

    It's said to be easy when you know how. If you don't know how, then you need the help of forumites.

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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?

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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.

    It's said to be easy when you know how. If you don't know how, then you need the help of forumites.

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    John

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