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sonyu

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  1. Update about FASTEST Windows 10 builds for normal hardware / Fanless devices / NUCS / Lowend hardware (max speed and the less LAG you can get without a dedicated graphic card; yes, running Intel Graphics ) : What I say about 1507 and 1607 it's not 100% true. Best version (after 10074) it's probably 1511 (10586), it's an improved version of the previous w10 version (10240). It doesn't update WDDM to 2.1, instead of it improves wddm 2.0 and memory management. At the end you get better disk usage and smooth GUI with less lag. How can you choose the perfect W10 version for l
  2. Ok, I'm only showing what you can do these days when you can't get the hardware recognized and working (with all drivers) because you can't downgrade to w7 6.1.7601, w8 6.2.9200 or w8.1 6.3.9600, for example. For some people only. Less hdd read/write so less i/o activity. I'm not telling it's better to have it on or to have it off. It depends on your RAM since it does memory compression when enabled. It's only one of all the things that me and probably all other advanced users here and there have tried to obtain the same desktop experience in w10 that we have had on w8
  3. This is not Windows 10, yes it's w10 build but it's more like 8.1 until build 10122 more or less (which is laggy like w10 rtm and uses lot of hdd + slow explorer). You can install modern graphic cards on it. You can also run modern hardware on it which haven't got drivers for w8.1 9600. I can't answer to this: "I find the fact that you have to run this build with the wrong date alone problematic." since it is not allowed in forum rules.
  4. Hi everybody, I want to share something I discovered yesterday after days trying different builds between w8.1 (6.3.6900) and w10 rtm (10.0.10240) to get all my drivers working but without the slowness of w10. Warning: - If you have a powerful cpu and a dedicated gpu, with 16gb or 32 gb of RAM you probably don't care about which version of windows 10 you are running and all I'm gonna tell you is not addressed to you. - This is addressed to people who want to get w7 / w8 / w8.1 general OS speed in w10 in a PC / Laptop / Ultrabook / Tablet without a dedicated GPU and also
  5. Hi everybody, I2C & GPIO it's only related to touchpad and has nothing to do with Intel UHD 600. I can boot a version between windows 8.0 and 8.1. This beta version: windows build 6.3.9369 and it recognizes in Device Manager my Graphic cards with Microsoft Basic Display adapter however the hardware id it's correct & detected (VEN_8086&DEV_3185). So now.. I tried to make a modified INF driver with no lucky. Can somebody help me? I tried adding this to a inf file: %iGLKGT2E12% = iSKLD_w81, PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_3185 and also tried what I supposed
  6. yes! sorry!! I edited all the links @jaclaz now are correct
  7. Yes it is an Insyde Bios @Tripredacus Last update I installed: https://support.lenovo.com/es/en/downloads/ds503429
  8. I tried to search DEV_3185 in msinfo32 and I get: No matches found And also, when I go to Components > Display" in msinfo32 there is no information, all is blank. Of course I have the device up and running on w10 and this is how it looks in Components > Display in Windows 10 Name Intel(R) UHD Graphics 600 PNP Device ID PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_3185&SUBSYS_398A17AA&REV_03\3&11583659&0&10 Adapter Type Intel(R) UHD Graphics Family, Intel Corporation compatible Adapter Description Intel(R) UHD Graphics 600 Adapter RAM 1.00 GB (1,073,741,
  9. Will I have to mod the BIOS? This is what I get on GPUZ: and CPUz As you can see the GPU is not detected in these applications (as in Device Manager and in Windows in general except for HWINFO and AIDA64) but Chipset drivers are installed (with driver signing turned off) HWINFO: _____ Tests I have done to install a modded (w7 & w81) INF: Trying with Add Legacy Hardware -> Display adapters -> Selecting modded driver inf ___ Useful info I found to mod a 8th generation Intel driver and get it working on w7/w8/w8.1:
  10. As I know the problem is not related to this driver, the problem is the graphics card not detected in w8.1, is tehre any bios dump software to check if is there any bios option to change acpi mode and get it detect detected on windows 8.1 ? @Tripredacus @blackwingcat Thanks, Regards
  11. These are the devices I see in w10 vs Devices I see on w8 under System devices I will check 31D7 and 31D6 because the device name is different.. And also I will try to update PCI Express Root Complex considering its the parent of the graphics card And Windows 10 devices by connection:
  12. Yes, I have all drivers installed and working on w10. The parent for the Intel Graphics card in Device Manager is: ACPI\PNP0A08\0 So I need to be sure it is installed and working on w81 or I need to check if this other device has a parent too ? I searched for the device on DevManView and found this: PCI Express Root Complex (Standard system devices) pci System ACPI\PNP0A08\0 0x00000030 0x00000000 No Yes 3/14/2019 8:14:52 PM 3/14/2019 8:14:52 PM {00000000-0000-0000-ffff-ffffffffffff} PCI Express Root Complex 10.0.18343.
  13. So why the graphics card is not detected on windows 8.1? No display adapter is show on Device Manager its an ACPI related question?
  14. Ok, this is the original window 10 x64 driver for INT3453: https://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobiles/a8l105af.exe https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/es/en/products/LAPTOPS-AND-NETBOOKS/300-SERIES/330-15IGM/downloads/DS503390 (the .exe extracts the content of the driver to a folder before the install) and this is the same driver with .inf modified by me https://www.mediafire.com/file/7zt5hs9bkb4g4hp/drv.zip/file May you take a look at the .sys file to see if you can adapt it for w8.1 x64 @blackwingcat or somebody in the forum, please? Thanks
  15. Hi, I can't get these 4 devices working on windows 8.1 and as a consequence the Intel graphics display adapter is not present on device manager and the same for the Touchpad: ACPI\VEN_INT&DEV_3453 Intel(R) Serial IO GPIO Host Controller - INT3453 ACPI\INT3453\1 ACPI\INT3453\2 ACPI\INT3453\3 ACPI\INT3453\4 This is a new laptop model Lenovo 330-15IGM with default BIOS, you can see BIOS update available on Lenovo's site but I don't want to install it right now because they don't give the option to come back to the previous BIOS version after the installation
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