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My Elitepad is now done upgrading. Worked perfectly.
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>> My Elitepad is now done upgrading. Worked perfectly.

 

Have you upgraded using registry modification solution from above?

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Yes i used the registry fix i posted above, only thing is bluetooth doesnt want to come alive right away, then you just delete the faulty / disabled bluetooth enumerator from device manager, reboot, and voila all stuff works great 🙂 i'm enjoying my Elitepad now with Windows 10 🙂

 

 

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@BOFH wrote:
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What really surprises me, is that HP is not able to provide he necessary drivers prior to a new OS launch for its devices. The Windows 10 launch again could not be that surprising to them, right?


@@BOFH and all others

 

@I am also struck by the fact that companies like in particular Lenovo and Dell have been able to have the majority of drivers ready for W10. Checking the driver download pages @ HP for several machines brings no to extremely little results.Apparently, HP is completely caught in getting their internal  problems solved, like splitting up the company.  Apparently customers are only a disturbing factor for this............

 

Being responsible for an (admittedly small) company's IT, I possibly have to evaluate my HW strategy for the future.

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@Here4U-Norway wrote:

Yes i used the registry fix i posted above, only thing is bluetooth doesnt want to come alive right away, then you just delete the faulty / disabled bluetooth enumerator from device manager, reboot, and voila all stuff works great 🙂 i'm enjoying my Elitepad now with Windows 10 🙂

 

 


Hey Here4U,

 

Do you also have problems with the "Intel Dynamic Platform & Thermal Framework" drivers? They did not come up (yellow triangle), but I do not see any malfunction of the system.

 

I confirm the issues with Bluetooth, had them too, resolved as you did.

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No i havent had any problems, no yellow rectangles.Skjermbilde (2).png

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@Here4U-Norway wrote:

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I mean on the Device Manager page under system devices. Have nno screen shot at the moment, since EP900 at home

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I posted a screenshot of my device manager, only that mine is norwegian so it says "enhetsbehandling" 🙂

 

I have no warnings or anything.

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@Here4U-Norway wrote:

I posted a screenshot of my device manager, only that mine is norwegian so it says "enhetsbehandling" 🙂

 

I have no warnings or anything.


That's too complicated for me 🙂

Thanks anyway

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