Request for Touchscreen driver file SileadTouch.fw

Request for Touchscreen driver file SileadTouch.fw

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  • #6539
    Viktor
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    Hello, i tried to install Windows 10 but unfortunately forgot to save one the Touchscreen firmware files.
    If someone could provide SileadTouch.fw which is located at C:\Windows\System32\Drivers

    #6541
    Chris G
    Keymaster
    • Posts: 2674

    Here you go http://techtablets.com/download/Chuwi/Hi8/SileadTouch%20files%20for%20Chuwi%20Hi8.zip please let me know if it works.
    Did you have the touch inverted issue?

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    #6557
    Viktor
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    • Posts: 41

    Thank you, it’s working fine now.
    I tried SileadTouch.fw from the VI8 before, which gave me inverted touch.

    #6561
    Devon Lewis
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    • Posts: 10

    I managed to keep the touch working by performing a windows 10 upgrade on the 8.1 with bing. But when I did a clean install I get the inverted touch which Is getting somewhat annoying.

    I made a wimboot for the latest Windows preview build and even injected all of my previous drivers from the last time my touch screen worked. I downloaded the driver package here and used doubledriver to restore them and nothing. I even tried this method by placing files into system32 but it still seems to not work.

    Does anyone know of a fix to my problem?

    #6565
    Viktor
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    • Posts: 41

    Please check if this working for you (need to run Install.cmd as administrator).

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    #6567
    Devon Lewis
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    • Posts: 10

    It works perfectly. Thanks!
    This driver has a date of 6/29/2015 – while the ones I injected and the ones from the driver package had a date of 2014. Where did you get this?
    Also: Chris – you should upload Viktor’s attachment to the Hi8 downloads for others experiencing this problem.

    #6568
    Viktor
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    • Posts: 41

    This driver is extracted from my pre-installed windows version, unfortunately i formatted the emmc right after that to made a clean Windows 10 install.
    For these chinese tablets it seems almost necessary to save the recovery install.wim file, so it’s possible to access missing driver files at a later time.

    #6569
    Devon Lewis
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    • Posts: 10

    I located all of the firmware for the device. I was going to do a full restore if I couldn’t get the touch screen to work. My next project is to get Android 5.0 running.

    #6571
    Chris G
    Keymaster
    • Posts: 2674

    It works perfectly. Thanks!
    This driver has a date of 6/29/2015 – while the ones I injected and the ones from the driver package had a date of 2014. Where did you get this?
    Also: Chris – you should upload Viktor’s attachment to the Hi8 downloads for others experiencing this problem.

    Added to the drivers section for the Hi8 Thanks @Viktor

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    #6992
    Quack Duck
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    @Viktor . You say you formatted the eMMC. So, that means its not a dualboot anymore? Only a windows 10 tablet it is now, right?
    Well if yea, then how much more space are you getting?
    And, is it possible to dualboot Win10 with AndroidX86 using a bootloader like GRUB or Windows bootloader??

    #7005
    Viktor
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    • Posts: 41

    @Quack Duck
    28.5GB while 8GB is used by Windows 10.
    I guess that should be possible, but i can’t say if this tablet is supported by Android X86.
    If you really need android you should stick with the original pre-installed version.

    #7018
    Quack Duck
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    • Posts: 9

    @Viktor
    I actually thought if booting through Android x86 is possible, then I could use Android L on it.
    And even Android M or others in the Future.

    #7079
    Gav
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    • Posts: 1

    Can we remove the wimboot recovery partition if upgraded to windows 10, I’m pretty sure its not needed anymore? Btw RTM windows 10 works perfectly on the Hi8 😀

    #7080
    Chris G
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    • Posts: 2674

    Yes you can, I did the same on my Chuwi Vi10 no issues.

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    #9495
    izak
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    • Posts: 24

    man thank you victor i have been using windows 10 for a week on chuwi hi8 with bluetooth mouse because i couldnt figure out the touch driver even though i had all these files already and followed a tutorial from another site chinesegadgetreviews, but what they forgot to mention a crucial part “run install.cmd as administrator” cant believe it  i was ready to break the damn thing in two out of frustration.

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