November 26, 2015 at 8:16 am #16737
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No need to thank me, but you can if you must !!!
Go to device manager, right click on the “Intel ISP Camera” Other device with the “?” icon on it and choose “Update Driver”, Point it to the folder where you extracted this driver. Then Reboot!!!November 26, 2015 at 9:20 am #16742
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does not work for me, even when i point it to the folder where i extracted the driver it keeps saying the latest driver is already installed. I uninstalled all, rebooted and even then it does not work, i then get message that there isn’t a driver in that folder that is compatible.November 26, 2015 at 1:53 pm #16767
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Doesn’t work on my K9C3 (converted to dual boot) I guess the bios is the issue which killed the cameras.
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I have American megatrends Bios 5.011 dated 9-11-2015. That’s according to CPU-Z. I just got my tablet yesterday. Anyhow I tried upgrading to Win 10 Pro, but I couldn’t use the CD key I had. So I rolled back to my previous release. Which is the latest Update of Win 10 Home from Windows Update. Several things stopped working including my camera and touch screen and the sound driver. I deleted those from Device manager refreshed looking for new devices. I had to point the audio device and the touch screen device to the drivers from the techtablets download for the X98 Pro but the Camera would only install as aa ISP Camera device with a question mark in it’s icon. Looking at the details it said the driver loaded but needed something more to be functional. I tried a bunch of drivers that’s when I realized I was only finding 32 bit windows drivers. And the ASUS driver wouldn’t allow an install due to manufacturers rights. So once I found this driver, all I did was choose update driver and point to the folder I extracted it to.It went thru installing everything and my camera began working in Windows right after I rebooted the tablet.
I can’t find anywhere to tell what my bios is compared to K9C3, just the AMI Bios 5.011 dated 9-11-2015 is all I can find about it. My tablet came as a dual boot. I don’t know if that has anything to do with it.
edit* Android shows I have K9C6*
Good Luck!December 4, 2015 at 9:51 am #17528
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works perfectly, thank you very much !!! only they have to descompress the files from within the downloaded file and specify the directory. 🙂December 31, 2015 at 3:17 pm #20722
you can get a USB key restor total Teclast K9C6
No need to buy WindowsJanuary 4, 2016 at 7:53 pm #21216March 11, 2018 at 8:19 pm #140511
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Works perfectly on (TECLAST X80 POWER) thank you,
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