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  1.    08 Jun 2015 #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystere View Post
    Are you going to Windows Update after you install?
    The first thing I have to do is the driver for Netgear Wi-Fi and then the update, then when there are no more updates to be had, I have no choice but to install the rest of the drivers manually
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  2.    08 Jun 2015 #42
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    If its unable to connect to the Internet then that's your issue. A lot of the drivers are installed via the internet/windows update. If your WIFI won't work just use a network cable. Then sit back and see if it finds the drivers. It might take a little while. Or just run windows update manually once your have an internet connection. If you don't want to use a network cable just install the WIFI driver. Then just give it a little time to see if it finds the other drivers.
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  3.    08 Jun 2015 #43
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    Quote Originally Posted by bordi View Post
    The first thing I have to do is the driver for Netgear Wi-Fi and then the update, then when there are no more updates to be had, I have no choice but to install the rest of the drivers manually
    When I did a clean install of build 10130 I had to manually install 4 drivers. I also had to manually install 3 drivers when I installed the first Win 10 build. For what ever reason build 10130 installed a generic driver for my video card and I had to download the driver from the NVIDIA site.
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  4.    08 Jun 2015 #44
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    Quote Originally Posted by alphanumeric View Post
    If its unable to connect to the Internet then that's your issue. A lot of the drivers are installed via the internet/windows update. If your WIFI won't work just use a network cable. Then sit back and see if it finds the drivers. It might take a little while. Or just run windows update manually once your have an internet connection. If you don't want to use a network cable just install the WIFI driver. Then just give it a little time to see if it finds the other drivers.
    Thanks mate I already tried the hardwired method, it doesn’t make any difference apart from installing with a local account and Microsoft account.

    It’s not as if it’s a big issue installing the correct driver’s after, I only mentioned it because I was reading how impressed some of you were at windows finding their drivers for the hardware.
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  5.    08 Jun 2015 #45
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winuser View Post
    When I did a clean install of build 10130 I had to manually install 4 drivers. I also had to manually install 3 drivers when I installed the first Win 10 build. For what ever reason build 10130 installed a generic driver for my video card and I had to download the driver from the NVIDIA site.
    That is exactly what is happening to my computer.
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  6.    08 Jun 2015 #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by bordi View Post
    That is exactly what is happening to my computer.
    Now that I know what drivers don't get installed it's a easy fix. I have a copy of the missing drivers on a local hard drive and a copy on OneDrive. On some of the builds the drivers get loaded during the clean install. I'm sure it will be fixed by RTM.
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  7.    09 Jun 2015 #47
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winuser View Post
    Now that I know what drivers don't get installed it's a easy fix. I have a copy of the missing drivers on a local hard drive and a copy on OneDrive. On some of the builds the drivers get loaded during the clean install. I'm sure it will be fixed by RTM.
    I still have the drivers on discs from when I bought the hardware but I can’t be bothered to dig them out of the drawer. I just keep a copy of the last installation of windows system 32 directory on a usb memory stick. So as you say, I’m sure they’ll fix the problem but even if they don’t, it’s no big deal.
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