April 16, 2016 at 9:48 am #33745LauraParticipant
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posting this as a separate thread cause i know it affects other tablets too.
if you get the yellow triangle on bosch accelerometer or if you get the message “external backing provider not recognized” when trying to reinstall the driver, do this
- go into device manager
- right click bosch accelerometer under sensors
- click uninstall
- go into C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository there should be a directory named something like boschaccelerometer.inf_amd64_4158f2c511c66197
- delete that
- alternatively, open explorer and do a search for bosch* and delete all the files it finds
now you can reinstall the driver (manually) from device manager and it should work right off the bat (you can get the driver in the driver pack i’ll upload and post in the howto thread)November 4, 2018 at 11:03 am #147886Dan TopParticipant
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Thanks for this, halas in my Voyo A1 Celeron, impossible to get the permisison to go to delete anything 🙁 any procedure you can let me follow?
Enjoy your stay home with your family in NZ ( I am a YoyTube follower 🙂 )
DantopMarch 15, 2019 at 1:25 pm #150800TechnoMaxParticipant
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I have the Bosch problems too. And I too could not delete the files from within my running Windows tablet. You have to boot externally, in my case I used a emergency USB stick after c’t magazine. But any WinToGo device (produced by WinToUSB for instance) would work.
But unfortunately the deletion and reinstallation from the Double Driver dump here did not help me.
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