Fujitsu LIFEBOOK AH530 64-Bit Laptop Windows 10 Drivers


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    Fujitsu LIFEBOOK AH530 64-Bit Laptop Windows 10 Drivers


    I have an old Fujitsu LIFEBOOK AH530 64-Bit Laptop that was running Win 7. It is from around 2012 I think. I am trying to Clean Install Win 10 Pro. On the first attempt, it just hung for about half an hour so I restarted it. I had backed-up the System Drivers using DISM++ which I loaded during the Setup [ Load Drivers ] on the second attempt which I have just started. I will give it some time to see what happens as it is at the Getting Ready stage with the circling balls.

    Can anyone recommend a good, reputable, malware and virus free website that I could download the Win 10 drivers from please. There are loads and many people have been stung by the additional rubbish that gets included into some Driver downloads.

    I have looked and there does indeed appear to be drivers available for Win 10, but as I said above, I would like genuine Drivers.

    Maybe someone has had experience of Fujitsu and has some helpful information.

    Thanks in advance.

    EDIT:

    Hold on, it has JUST Rebooted.
    Last edited by Paul Black; 11 Apr 2021 at 08:11.
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    Cleanest site and drivers I can find...

    Fujitsu America - Support - LIFEBOOK AH530 Notebook PC


    Site was OK. I dl'd the chipset driver and it scanned clean on Bitdefender Internet Security... locally.
    Only 2 hits from a no name AV on Virustotal.

    But I think they are Win 7 drivers. :/
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    Hello @Ghot,

    Ghot said:
    Cleanest site and drivers I can find...

    Fujitsu America - Support - LIFEBOOK AH530 Notebook PC

    Site was OK. I dl'd the chipset driver and it scanned clean on Bitdefender Internet Security... locally.
    Only 2 hits from a no name AV on Virustotal.

    But I think they are Win 7 drivers.

    Thanks for the reply, it is appreciated.

    Yes, I think they are the Win 7 Drivers.

    BUT, the computer has just Rebooted a couple of times and I am now at the Desktop. I think including the System Drivers at Setup has worked.

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    Paul Black said:
    Hello @Ghot,




    Thanks for the reply, it is appreciated.

    Yes, I think they are the Win 7 Drivers.

    BUT, the computer has just Rebooted a couple of times and I am now at the Desktop. I think including the System Drivers at Setup has worked.



    Nice.
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    Well, I appear to be up and running.

    One interesting point though. During the Setup, I deleted ALL the Partitions leaving a single Unallocated Partition. I then pressed Shift + F10 to get to the CMD Prompt and then entered . . .

    Code:
    
    List disk
    Select disk 0
    Create primary partition size=30000

    . . . which did NOT work [ this was the FIRST attempt ].

    On the SECOND attempt, I created the OS Partition manually as 30750 MB to give me 30 GB along with injecting the System Drivers into Setup. This is fine for my needs as the HDD is ONLY 60 GB and as this is a Custom Install, it has installed at 8.54 GB.

    Fujitsu LIFEBOOK AH530 64-Bit Laptop Windows 10 Drivers-clean_install.png

    This will then be FURTHER REDUCED by a GB or thereabouts when I apply my Post Install Customisations.

    Last edited by Paul Black; 11 Apr 2021 at 09:24.
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