Windows 10: Is your PC manufacture's web site ready for July 29th

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  1.    14 Jul 2015 #21

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    For the motherboard I have Gigabyte supports Xp through 8.1.
    My M4N68 shows XP to 8.1. If I select 8.1 though all it shows is BIOS updates and manuals, no drivers. They are included in the stock Windows 8.1 install. Everything works so I guess that's true. My motherboard is very old by todays standards though. I don't expect they'll ever update anything for it on the ASUS site. My laptop works with all the stock drivers except the catalyst control center gives me issues. Hopefully that gets sorted out by AMD.
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       16 Jul 2015 #22

    For my desktop

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       16 Jul 2015 #23

    Joanne said: View Post
    I own three Z97 motherboards for my i7-4790K :

    - ASRock Z97 OC Formula : no, they are not ready yet.
    - ASUS Maximus Hero VII : yes, they are ready. (select OS)
    - Gigabyte Z97X SOC Force : yes, they are ready. (select OS)

    The ASRock Z97 OC Formula is the best Z97 motherboard for overclocking.
    ASRock is ready now, for my Z97 OC Formula : Drivers

    I have installed them on my clean Win 10 installation of today.

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       16 Jul 2015 #24

    Just these so far, no new BIOS yet, just a Beta.

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       16 Jul 2015 #25

    Joanne said: View Post
    ASRock is ready now, for my Z97 OC Formula : Drivers

    I have installed them on my clean Win 10 installation of today.

    Assume be technical preview of Windows 10?
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       16 Jul 2015 #26

    jds63 said: View Post
    Assume be technical preview of Windows 10?
    Yes, clean installation of build 10162 today, because I was having a few bugs with the latest 10240 build. Honestly, I do not think that they will get resolved (fixed) with this action but I am glad I did it because besides the latest INF and ME files/drivers I also installed the latest Intel AHCI driver and the latest LAN driver for my system - see My System Specs.

    Now I'm waiting for 10240 to arrive via Win Update - I'm aware that it might take up to 24h, I've checked the Registry and I am on the appropriate branch. (TH1).

    May I ask you an off-topic question? I see your monitor in your specs - I hope they are updated. You seem to have the same resolution as my HP monitor. Do you use 125% Zoom? And if so, when you open the Device Manager, for example, or the Task Scheduler, do you see blurry + weirdly bold text?

    Thank you.
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       16 Jul 2015 #27

    Joanne said: View Post
    Yes, clean installation of build 10162 today, because I was having a few bugs with the latest 10240 build. Honestly, I do not think that they will get resolved (fixed) with this action but I am glad I did it because besides the latest INF and ME files/drivers I also installed the latest Intel AHCI driver and the latest LAN driver for my system - see My System Specs.

    Now I'm waiting for 10240 to arrive via Win Update - I'm aware that it might take up to 24h, I've checked the Registry and I am on the appropriate branch. (TH1).
    Still new here and on all. Saying because actual Windows 10 not due till July 29 so just a preview version of some sorts, if i am correct. AHCI (controller) drivers have to be put in before installing OS from thumb drive, seen on screen during custom clean install.
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       16 Jul 2015 #28

    jds63 said: View Post
    AHCI (controller) drivers have to be put in before installing OS from thumb drive, seen on screen during custom clean install.
    We are off topic, but in all my installations (on the three Z97 motherboards I own) I have never installed the AHCI driver before the OS installation. On my OC Formula, for example, the SATA is already set to AHCI in the BIOS so there is a Microsoft driver installed by the OS. Even on Win 7. I then install the AHCI driver and just that, from the Device Manager - update driver. Never had any issue - ever. Performance was (is) also checked by AS SSD bench and others.

    May I ask you an off-topic question? I see your monitor in your specs - I hope they are updated. You seem to have the same resolution as my HP monitor. Do you use 125% Zoom? And if so, when you open the Device Manager, for example, or the Task Scheduler, do you see blurry + weirdly bold text?
    Thank you.
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       16 Jul 2015 #29

    It's o.k. i was wondering myself when i do the upgrade from Windows 8.1 Pro to Windows 10 Pro, if look at my post # 24 here, see Intel SATA Pre-install Driver (AHCI/RAID Mode) see note in there and what it says. Wonder if i will have an issue doing it afterwards install of new drivers, sure will work like yours, just usually done before.
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  10.    28 Jul 2015 #30

    lenovo x220i tablet works with win 10 preview...except for pinch-zoom in the web-browsers. weird.
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