Lost drivers after format of laptop (battery, wifi)

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    Lost drivers after format of laptop (battery, wifi)

    I got a new laptop as a gift, an AIWO 737A2 noteebook and I did a clean install of windows 1903. I lost all drivers and couldnt connect to Wifi. I tried to download them, but there is no a website from aiwo to download files.

    I bought a new usb wifi device and I connected my notebook to the internet. I was able to download wifi drivers from windows update after I connected the wifi stick. But there is another problem. There is no power option in windows at all, and I cannot change the performance of my notebook to best performance mode.

    Sorry for my english and thnx in advance for your help. Any idea?
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  2. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 Version 1909

    Hi crysk92. Welcome to the TenForums @crysk92

    You are still experiencing driver problems, MS has loaded generic drivers for devices.

    When you did a clean install need you do a factory reset from their recovery partition?

    Before clean installing did you create recovery media?

    Did you backup device with a system image before the clean install?

    Do you have a website address or did they supply you with a disc for restoration?

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    Thread Starter

    Thn for your kind answer.

    There is no a CD with drivers. My mistake was that I did a clean install of windows, deleting (during the start of clean install) all partitions in the SSD. Also, one partition had the name recovery, but I delete it too. This is a cheap notebook and the manufacturer dont have a site in order to download drivers, like most known brand names, as hp. I dont know what else to do.
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  4. Caledon Ken's Avatar
    Posts : 20,225
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Version 1909

    Well you could use this process to identify devices and then look for the true drivers.

    Right click Start, click Device Manager, right click device you are having issue with, click “Properties”, click on “Details” tab, in “Property” box use the drop down to select “Hardware IDs”, copy and paste first line in “Value” box to Google. Google can usually tell you what device driver you are looking for.

    You could also use this tool to identify. Hopefully it names manufactures of adapters. Then go through device manager and resolve.

    I would start with the more important drivers, chipset, display adapter, USB roots.

    They don't have any website? Wow !!
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  5. clam1952's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro

    From a look on Google, it appears to be based on the YEPO 737A2, YEPO does have a website with drivers on it Google Translate

    No guarantee that they will work, or if it is actually the same laptop or if it's the same processor!

    Personally I would stay well away from any Cheap Chinese stuff with no reviews other than on Chinese based websites!
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