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    Wink Win 10 Hone reload

    Hi guys.
    A few days ago a sodden updated stuffed my system, again and had you use MS system reload.
    All seemed to go well but I cant get the HDMI to my telly working.
    Tried updating drives and moving the HDMI on the telly, but still not working.
    Please help, as I'm disabled it more easier on Telly.

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    Default Re: Win 10 Hone reload

    Have you tried going to the manufactures site and downloading the drivers for your computer ? The windows ones may not be complete.

    Also have a look under the device manager to see if there are any expanded devices missing drivers or with an Explanation mark on them.
    One thing positive about Windows 10 is that there is never a dull moment anymore on ye olde computer

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    Default Re: Win 10 Hone reload

    Quote Originally Posted by wainuitech View Post
    Have you tried going to the manufactures site and downloading the drivers for your computer ? The windows ones may not be complete.

    Also have a look under the device manager to see if there are any expanded devices missing drivers or with an Explanation mark on them.
    I know I have an HP but no idea on what model it is.
    Had a look underneath and that was no help.
    I did Google it, but was no help, said run System update and thats been siting on about 2% all day

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    Default Re: Win 10 Hone reload

    Quote Originally Posted by ianhnz View Post
    I know I have an HP but no idea on what model it is.
    Had a look underneath and that was no help.
    I did Google it, but was no help, said run System update and that's been siting on about 2% all day
    The model number may also be in the battery compartment. They are generally in one of two places, either on a sticker on the underside, or in the battery compartment, which requires the battery to be removed to view. This all changes if its one of the HP Laptops that has an inbuilt battery.

    Depending on what version of Windows will depend on how long it takes to download & if by ethernet or wireless ( never do an upgrade by wireless) it WILL often stop. If it's been put back to an earlier version then it has to upgrade as well.
    To tell what you have, on the search type in winver, select it - the current is 1703 Build 15063.XXX the x's will change as newer updates come through.

    What exactly do you mean by a "reload" Was the HDD wiped totally removing everything and windows reinstalled from fresh or a reset ( two different things) ?
    Whats showing in the device manager - any thing not installed /Expanded ?
    One thing positive about Windows 10 is that there is never a dull moment anymore on ye olde computer

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    Default Re: Win 10 Hone reload

    It's Windows 10 home.I've a good look, down below & no model number & no removable battery, like me cellphone.

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    Default Re: Win 10 Hone reload

    Have we not been here before with you and the mystery HP with no battery?
    I identified it for you then, go back and check the model number.
    In fact don't bother.
    @ Wainuitech, I have reason to believe that the model is HP 15 aw001au
    Last edited by KarameaDave; 07-10-2017 at 08:13 PM.
    FTW

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    Default Re: Win 10 Hone reload

    Cheers Dave "assuming" its the right model (and we know what Assuming stands for) HP Drivers. Graphic is AMD 333.6MB https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers...model/11804166

    this package includes drivers for both graphics processing units (GPUs). Switchable graphics enable users to switch between a power-saving graphics mode (normally used under battery power) and a high-performance graphics mode. If high-definition multimedia interface (HDMI) video output is supported, this package also installs the HDMI Audio Driver.
    Last edited by wainuitech; 07-10-2017 at 10:44 PM.
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    Default Re: Win 10 Hone reload

    Driver-Graphics
    FTW

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    Default Re: Win 10 Hone reload

    The HDMI are built into the graphic Drivers. They will load along with the rest if HDMI is in the Computer ( which it is)

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    If you click on the Details button on the left you will see everything thats included.
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