Windows driver package for GLK-UC2X

Discussion in 'GLK-UC2X' started by Ken, Dec 12, 2018.

  1. Ken

    Ken Administrator Staff Member

    Dear all,

    Attached is the Windows driver needed for the USB-C port 1 if you install your own Windows 10 copy,

    please manually install this driver via Windows device manager panel.

    For further reading about ANX7447:
    https://www.analogix.com/en/product...livery-and-displayport-alternate-mode/anx7447

    ANX7447 is an advanced USB-C controller that support PD 3.0 & USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10Gbps) & DP 1.4.

    This is the only driver has to be manually installed if you are going to install your own Win 10 RS5/RS4.

    Best Regards,
    Team Pepper Jobs.
     

    Attached Files:

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  2. Ken

    Ken Administrator Staff Member

    12/02/2019 update:

    Here is the link to download the complete driver package for GLK-UC2X, excluding the Intel HD graphics driver, Wi-Fi/BT drivers:

    https://www.pepper-jobs.eu/downloads/index.php?file=GLK-UC2X_platform_drivers.rar

    1. Intel Chipset driver
    2. Intel Serial IO driver
    3. Intel Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework driver
    4. Intel TXE firmware
    5. Intel HID event filter driver
    6. Realtek PCI to SD driver
    7. Realtek TF card reader driver
    8. Realtek audio driver
    9. Analogix USB-C (firmware upgrade path) driver

    For Intel graphics & Wi-Fi/BT drivers, you can always get a newer one via the Intel driver update assistant software,
    or by visiting Intel's download & support page:

    Intel UHD 600 graphics:
    https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/126787/Intel-UHD-Graphics-600

    Intel AC3165 adapter:
    https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/89450/Intel-Dual-Band-Wireless-AC-3165

    Thanks with regards,
    Team Pepper Jobs.
     
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  3. SooS

    SooS New Member

    Good morning,

    Is there an iso win10pro 1809 available for installation on a ssd drive

    thank you in advance
     
  4. Ken

    Ken Administrator Staff Member

    Using the official Microsoft media creation tool with a 8GB or above drive to create it is the easiest and fastest way. Our original image is 1803 because when we prepared the image, Windows 10 1809 was suffering the data loss bug and being recalled and therefore, we couldn’t use it.
     
  5. SooS

    SooS New Member

    Ok Ken,
    thx for your replay
     
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