Installation of WIN10_64 - Step_X fail Up Board

rdivincenzordivincenzo Posts: 3New Member

HI all,
i have successfully installed windows 10, but i can't install any kind of Intell drivers.
I recive an error in all step of istallation (Step-1 and step-2).
Before i download the BIOS and upgrade them!
I download the Intel driver for Up Board in Up Board site and when i run the setup it prematurely crash.

Thank you in advance

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  • rogertsai(AAEON)rogertsai(AAEON) Posts: 116New Member ✭✭✭

    can you provide me with more details like below
    1. What’s BIOS version you use
    2. Which one of the windows 10 drivers you use? 32 or 64bit ?
    3. What kind of information from Intel driver about "error" message

  • rdivincenzordivincenzo Posts: 3New Member

    I purchased Up Board 64GB 4G!
    I downloded and upgraded the BIOS from here
    I downloded and tried to install the driver (Windows 10 64bit) from here
    I'm at work now, tonight I will post the precise version of the Bios and the error log files.

    Are the setups the right ones?
    Are the location download correct ?

  • rdivincenzordivincenzo Posts: 3New Member

    Attached missing information ...

  • rogertsai(AAEON)rogertsai(AAEON) Posts: 116New Member ✭✭✭

    @rdivincenzo said:
    I purchased Up Board 64GB 4G!
    I downloded and upgraded the BIOS from here
    I downloded and tried to install the driver (Windows 10 64bit) from here
    I'm at work now, tonight I will post the precise version of the Bios and the error log files.
    Are the setups the right ones?
    Are the location download correct ?

    Yes, that's correct, and i have already tested it with Win10 enterprise 64bit (Ver.1709) on my UP, no problem with that driver package, no any crashes.
    So, I recommend you to take further action as below
    1. Re-download windows 10 drivers, to confirm the file size is 253 MB (266,068,610 bytes)
    2. Check your bios update is 64bit ("go_64.nsh") for UPC1BM0X
    3. Check your OS image is 64bit or 32bit
    4. Try again and set OS image ID is Windows in BIOS boot

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