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Driver Issue After Win10 x32 Install

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by mmaec, Feb 11, 2018.

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  1. mmaec

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    Basically, I've got an HP Pavilion x360 (expired warranty) and yesterday, it completely quit on me. After hours and hours of reading forums and talking to various people, my only solution was to reinstall Windows 10 (32bit) using a USB.
    At first, it worked! Everything went great.
    But, I've noticed that my touchscreen is no longer working. I've tried installing Intel and AMD graphic drivers, but everytime I try, it says my computer can't install them.
    Also... there are virtually no programs installed on my computer. That's probably not very good... The only two programs installed, apart from Chrome, are Realtek High Definition Audio Driver and Synaptics ClickPad Driver.
    I wish I could give you more information, but I have no knowledge of computers. The fact that I was able to reinstall Windows at all is a massive, complete surprise. Apart from the touchscreen not working, I haven't noticed any other issues.
    All drivers are updated and are said to be working and my computer is completely updated as well.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
     
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