10-23-2016 01:58 PM
I got this tablet yesterday, and wasn't thrilled to find out there is a 32-bit version of Windows 10 installed. I went ahead and installed the 64-bit version, and my oh my, I am missing a lot of drivers. I ended up getting some installed, but right now, the touchpad don't work, the audio don't work, and it cannot seem to detect any battery. I've tried everything. Will it be worth it to just return it or is there a way I can get these drivers?
10-25-2016 08:31 PM
Did you have any luck getting drivers? I see this community has little or no response to questions I had reloaded Windows 10 on my NS-P11W7100 and now I have a lot of missing drivers. I see no drivers available for download from Insignia or I am just looking in the wrong place.
01-02-2017 12:11 PM
Also wondering if you had any luck with the drivers. I also did not realize this was a 32 bit version until I went to install a program requiring 64 bit. Not really sure if 64 bit is going to be too much for the tablet to handle with 2G RAM?
Thanks for any response.
01-12-2017 09:47 PM
I went to my device manager (through Win 7) and just clicked "properties" on the "USB ADB" device and then "Search for drivers on my computer" then I just tried a Samsung driver I had and it worked fine. The Samsung driver I have was for a Galaxy Tab 3, but if you can't find one that works I can send it to whomever needs it.
01-12-2017 11:00 PM
I just re-read this thread and realized you're working with Win10. Why not just try downloading some other Win 10 drivers for whatever size tablet you have? Worked for me with the ADB equivelant.
01-13-2017 08:48 PM
I got this tablet a couple weeks ago for Christmas.
I made a full backup of all the drivers on the system. They are all 32bit, but if you need them, I can post them to my Google drive if you want. Just drop a message here and I will upload them this weekend and post a link.