Drivers for Windows 10

MialaretMialaret New Member Posts: 33
Just got my 5V 8A power supply and installed Windows 10 Pro 1703 on my UP Square N4200 8/64.

In fact, I'm writing this post on it, using a 4K monitor.

There are at least missing drivers however, and I can't find any Windows 10 related file in the Downloads section of this site.

As found in the devices manager:

ACPI\AANT0F01\1
ACPI\VEN_AANT&DEV_0F01&REV_0001

ACPI\INT3512\4&28CFC893&0

ACPI\INT3511\4&14C878F8&0

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_5AC8&SUBSYS_72708086&REV_0B\3&11583659&0&D0

Can you please post all Windows 10 drivers for the Up squared?

Comments

  • Michael MillerMichael Miller New Member Posts: 93
    Hey Cedric, I am not associated with UP or AAEON, but bear in mind, UP Squared is VERY new, they are likely still developing drivers for some things.
  • MialaretMialaret New Member Posts: 33
    Hey,
    Yes I understand. But at the very least I would like to have an availability timeframe.
  • AlingAling Administrator, AAEON, UP reseller Posts: 524 admin
    Hi Cedric,

    [email protected] ?? The design for UP Squared is [email protected], the board didn't get burned is because we put a power protection IC ,but it doesn't mean it won't die. :sick: Please change to [email protected] .
    For the drivers of 40-pin, we probably release SDK as we did for UP board. Now we are still working on the mass production release; and I hope I can come back soon with the estimated SDK release schedule.
  • Michael MillerMichael Miller New Member Posts: 93
    Aling, you clearly are not an electrical engineer. A power supplies current rating is not a measure of how much power it puts out, but what capacity it has. the device will only draw as much current as it needs, Think of it as a fire hydrant, it can put out MASSIVE amounts of water, but if you tap a small pipe into it, it will only supply what the hose will allow.
  • Michael MillerMichael Miller New Member Posts: 93
    In other words, You could attach it to a 5v 200A supply and it would be fine. The only issue you may run into is trying to pull too much current through the board to external devices, but as you said, you have protection for that.
  • AlingAling Administrator, AAEON, UP reseller Posts: 524 admin
    hahaha....you got me!
    For UP Squared, we do add the power protection. But for UP & UP Core, we didn't because the board is too small to add. :-)
  • Michael MillerMichael Miller New Member Posts: 93
    It's ok, I understand how it works, you are an intermediary to answer what you can so the engineers can devote themselves to creating a better product.
  • MialaretMialaret New Member Posts: 33
    AlingWu wrote:
    Hi Cedric,

    For the drivers of 40-pin, we probably release SDK as we did for UP board. Now we are still working on the mass production release; and I hope I can come back soon with the estimated SDK release schedule.

    Looking forward to the schedule, and even better the SDK/drivers B)
  • Andy NicholsonAndy Nicholson New Member Posts: 61
    edited June 2017
    I thought the bottom was the graphics driver, but not PCI database comes up with nothing for it. But if anybody is looking for the graphics drivers they are here

    It looks like these should work for both the Celeron N3350 and Pentium N4200 versions, links for both Windows and Linux...

    https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/95598/Intel-Celeron-Processor-N3350-2M-Cache-up-to-2-4-GHz-
  • Andy NicholsonAndy Nicholson New Member Posts: 61
    I think the one bottom of the list (PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_5AC8&SUBSYS_72708086&REV_0B\3&11583659&0&D0) is an "Intel Celeron N3350/Pentium N4200/Atom E3900 Series PWM Pin Controller" but getting nowhere finding drivers for it.
  • Andy NicholsonAndy Nicholson New Member Posts: 61
    I could be barking up the wrong tree here but the only device I can see for the second in the list (ACPI\VEN_AANT&DEV_0F01&REV_0001) is for an "ACCES I/O - LPCI-IIRO-8 Isolated Digital / Relay Output Card", perhaps a "low pin count interface"?

    I found this - http://accesio.com/?p=/pci/lpci-iiro-8.html#DownloadLinks - but not given it a try yet.
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