January 5, 2016 at 7:18 pm #21311moohParticipant
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Thanks Przemo and Kurai, your method is working. Now0 I got the 64bits windows 10 without any problems (just a little bit when installing windows it said you have some conflict and need to restart, then the installation’s solved and done.January 5, 2016 at 8:31 pm #21324
Uploading image for V300 and new bios for V300 (607) + new wifi drivers.January 6, 2016 at 1:00 pm #21379Thijs S.Participant
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Can I ask you where you are getting these files 🙂 ?
Thanks for the work so far! upgrading the 605 v300 to your latest addition nowJanuary 6, 2016 at 1:16 pm #21382
From Chuwi BBS : http://bbs.chuwi.com/forum.php?mod=forumdisplay&fid=38&filter=typeid&typeid=63
and Baidu Pan Cloud Drive: http://pan.baidu.com/share/home?uk=757632014&view=share#category/type=0January 6, 2016 at 1:24 pm #21383Thijs S.Participant
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Only thing is that the “driver” of the wifi chip seems to be more of a frimware (same flashing procedure only now on windows , than with bios flashing) than a actual Driver.
Any idea what has changed with updating the bios? only that the number now is 607?January 6, 2016 at 2:10 pm #21388
Yes it’s only new BIOS. I think it may be WiFi fix for V300.January 6, 2016 at 5:03 pm #21399FranParticipant
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Ok I´m Spanish and my English is very bad, someone can upload a video do the process?
Or someone can explain whith picture to update the last version?
Whith this update all work ok?
Thank for allJanuary 6, 2016 at 11:33 pm #21428AndreasParticipant
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Anyone else having installed windows clean after BIOS update? not chuwi windows, you own installation I mean.
Im having trouble with the broadcom wlan driver, It cant find any wireless networks even though there are several around. Anyone have a fix for this?January 7, 2016 at 1:40 am #21434
When I was first poking around the Chuwi factory installed 32-bit Win10 I noticed a Broadcom settings file in with the leftovers of the Windows Unattended Install scripts. I didn’t actually look that deeply at the install setup scripts so I can’t tell you if it was critical, or how exactly it got applied to the Windows infrastructure.
If you want to investigate yourself to see if it has any bearing on your issue you can find it (and other ancilliary install files) at:-
EDIT: I’ve put the contents of the file up at Pastebin, in case you don’t have a backup of the original install:- http://pastebin.com/Nk9rQpRuJanuary 7, 2016 at 4:30 am #21439
Wifi driver is inside “C106(X64)–全部驱动.rar” but you need to unpack “DHD_1.496_Win10_x86_x64_SDIO_driver_with_installshield.zip” form WIFI\V200.
In file “\WIFI\安装V200_wifi驱动须知.txt” is information about ?copy? this file to c:\windows\system32\drivers\. Next readable for me is “disable/enable wifi device” 🙂January 7, 2016 at 3:33 pm #21478FranParticipant
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I try to contact with vc Lemon for Win 10 32 bit and answer me :
my friend, it is confirmed that the chuwi factory has solved the problem of 64bit, and the technology person is now making the software for upgrade, will upgrade on the official web within 2weeks, please understand and later you can also uprgade on the official web, if anything more need our help please feel free to contact us, best regards-susanJanuary 7, 2016 at 7:36 pm #21495AndreasParticipant
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kurai & Przemo
Thanks for your help guys! I had already installed the driver you specified Przemo but it didnt work.
The .txt file you mentioned Kurai was already in place in the system32\drivers folder but was not called .txt at the end and looked a bit different when opened.
What I had to do to get it to work was to rename the original textfile to something else and then rename the file you gave me by removing the .txt.
A disable/enable later and I finally see my networks!!January 7, 2016 at 10:37 pm #21515
Glad to be of help 🙂
Perhaps the driver in the RAR is the unaltered generic direct from Broadcom, and the nvram settings are required to hook up properly with whatever customisations Chuwi have made to the hardware/packaging/antennae.January 8, 2016 at 1:53 am #21528
Looks like Chuwi have finally put up “official” instructions on how to upgrade to 64-bit :-
The actual operations are exactly the same as those @Przemo put together for us, simply organised to run all in one go, and from a single OTG-USB connection.
Quite why they specify the OTG port + hub + 2 thumbdrives I don’t know. Perhaps that’s the only input port “guaranteed” to be readable by the firmware if the UEFI is in some sort of corrupt or error state ?
For what it’s worth I left mine plugged & charging via the micro-USB/OTG port and did the file operations with thumbdrives in the USB3 port, and all worked fine. 😉January 8, 2016 at 3:17 pm #21567
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