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Windows 7: Drivers laptop Killer Wireless-AC 1550 & USB 3 - Windows 7 64Bit Helps

10 Mar 2019   #91
Vineet Garg

Windows 7 Ultimate x32 With Sp1 + Vista Ultimate x32 with Sp1 & Sp2 !!
 
 

Hi Cris,
Greets,
Thanks for the feed back & kind words.

I am trying to make a good driver for Killer Wireless this time & it may take one or two days.

In the meantime, I need some information from your side.
(a) The .inf files for the other USB controller & hub from win10 ( using DevManView )
(b) Full DevManView information for the two USB 3.1 controllers & USB hub. ( If you find some privacy violating information, you may skip/remove it )

Thanks & Regards. ...


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10 Mar 2019   #92
Vineet Garg

Windows 7 Ultimate x32 With Sp1 + Vista Ultimate x32 with Sp1 & Sp2 !!
 
 

To be cont.d .....

1. You made a fresh installation, Did you make SetupChipset.exe -overall ?

2. Make a system restore point & try this Bluetooth Driver : http://support.killernetworking.com/...1a0f1552234528
( Simply extract the zip & execute Intel Bluetooth. msi )
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11 Mar 2019   #93
Cris85

Windows 7 Ultimate x64/Windows 10 Pro x64/Deepen OS
 
 

Hi Vineet Garg,


once I disconned all the USB plugged around of the Laptop, the DevManView keep these two USB drivers. Which means are from hte system, so, should be what you asked me for.


***Daemon Tools, as you know, please don't pay attention because it is created by the Daemon Tools Softwear and it's just a Virtual Port USB.


I attached the Picture to recognize which ".inf" file it is related for...




On you last post, please watch my reply below:


1. You made a fresh installation, Did you make SetupChipset.exe -overall ?
CRIS: Yes, I did.


2. Make a system restore point & try this Bluetooth Driver : http://support.killernetworking.com/...1a0f1552234528
( Simply extract the zip & execute Intel Bluetooth. msi )

CRIS: Ok, I'm going to try and i will let you know.



Cris


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Attached Files
File Type: zip Other two inf file.zip (7.8 KB, 2 views)
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11 Mar 2019   #94
Cris85

Windows 7 Ultimate x64/Windows 10 Pro x64/Deepen OS
 
 

Hi Vineet Garg,


the Bluetooth driver are installed without problems, and created an Intel folder (with all the Sub folders) inside the Program Files (x86). But, for testing I tried to add a Bluetooth device from the "Control Panel" and doesn't find any devices that I turned on the Bluetooth, maybe could miss the software that managment it.


Cris
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12 Mar 2019   #95
Vineet Garg

Windows 7 Ultimate x32 With Sp1 + Vista Ultimate x32 with Sp1 & Sp2 !!
 
 

Hi Cris,
Sorry for the confusion,

1. I need .inf file from win10 installation for :
(a) PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_15DB&SUBSYS_121C1462&REV_02

2. Full Hardware IDs & Compatible IDs from Win10 installation from traditional Device Manager for the above device.

3. I need full information from DevManView ( each & every column ) from win10 installation for the two USB 3.1 host controllers :
(a) PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_15DB&SUBSYS_121C1462&REV_02
(b) PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A36D&SUBSYS_121C1462&REV_10

4. In every fresh Install, first make SetupChipset.exe -overall & 4.7.2 Net framework
( Some driver components @ your pc may need 4.7.2 Net Frmaework )

5. Bluetooth :
The driver is good enough. May be a manager is needed!
(i) Did it installed anything in the Control Panel ? Did it install anything in Installed programs? Uninstall its components from Installed Programs.
(ii) Go with the same bluetooth driver & this time install it with Setup.exe. Does it make any changes ? Bluetooth devices are detected ?

Let me know.

Thanks & Regards. ...
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12 Mar 2019   #96
Cris85

Windows 7 Ultimate x64/Windows 10 Pro x64/Deepen OS
 
 

Hi Vineet Garg,


in meantime I continue to test the Bluetooth, I pass you the file/info that you required to me.


For these two USB Drivers (A36D-15DB) I turn on all the collums infos; I hope it is usefull.


Below, you will find the zip file with the ".inf" file from the USB 15DB and the DevManView info for the USB A36D and 15DB.


Attached Files
File Type: zip inf file 15DB.zip (3.4 KB, 3 views)
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12 Mar 2019   #97
Cris85

Windows 7 Ultimate x64/Windows 10 Pro x64/Deepen OS
 
 

Hi Vineet Garg,


after some testings with the Bluetooth case and follow all your advices as well, the conclusion it seems that the Drivers/ Setup of the bluetooth are everything installed except some managment Bluetooth software.


Which means that, inside the Control Panel it's installed the Bluetooth, inside the Installed Programs it's installed the Bluetooth Folder & Subfolders, there is even the Bluetooth ico (just as ".ico" not the .exe) but it seems that the software for managment the Bluetooth hardware it still missing.


I found a strange thing insiede the Bluetooth installation folder, it seems that not to all subfolders there are the Windows 7 support, am I right? Could be this the problem?

Please, below watch the Picture that I prepared for you....


Cris


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12 Mar 2019   #98
Vineet Garg

Windows 7 Ultimate x32 With Sp1 + Vista Ultimate x32 with Sp1 & Sp2 !!
 
 

Hi Cris,

Greets!

1. Go to the Control Panel in Win7 & check if there is something like 'Bluetooth' or 'Killer'

2. Go to the 'Install or Uninstall a program' section & check the same things as above.

3. I found a strange thing insiede the Bluetooth installation folder, it seems that not to all subfolders there are the Windows 7 support, am I right? Could be this the problem?

I appreciate your efforts. I have already read that. Your driver is in THP folder. It does not have/say win7 drivers. But the listed win10 driver is not locked for win7. Its an old driver from Killer itself & they forgot to take care!!
All new drivers also are like that. They also have only win10 driver in THP but they are locked for win7.

There are no management related utilities in the Bluetooth driver. It looks like just a driver & nothing else. Give a look to extracted Killer 1550 AC wireless driver, you will find there a lot of material Killer Networking, Control Center, etc.
Your hardware card is common for Bluetooth & Wireless but it installs different drivers. It seems Control Centre etc. will come with wireless driver.

If you answer the above two questions, it will be more confirmed.

4. This driver & others, need advance Net Framework so better get installed 4.7.2.

I am analyzing other information & will tell rest tomorrow.

Thanks & Regards. ...
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12 Mar 2019   #99
Vineet Garg

Windows 7 Ultimate x32 With Sp1 + Vista Ultimate x32 with Sp1 & Sp2 !!
 
 

Cris,
1. One information is missing!
Go to the Device Manager in win 7 & get ALL Hardware IDs & ALLCompatible IDs for 15DB : USB 3.1 Host controller.
2. Also answer the questions 1 & 2 from previous post #98
3. In the meantime i will be finding a bluetooth driver with control centre, etc. if it is there.

Thanks & Regards. ...

EDIT :

4. Next time when you make a reinstall : insert the USB (15DB), Samsung NVMe & All extracted Chipset .inf files in the boot.wim & install.wim
& Windows Updates in the install.wim only.
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15 Mar 2019   #100
Cris85

Windows 7 Ultimate x64/Windows 10 Pro x64/Deepen OS
 
 

Hi Vineet Garg,


I try to replay you point by point, and I will attach to you all the resaults from the new tests that I did:


#98


Hi Cris,

Greets!

1. Go to the Control Panel in Win7 & check if there is something like 'Bluetooth' or 'Killer'
CRIS: I already tried, and for strange are not any words/ icon related to the Bluetoothhardware (after all checked section, one by one, I tried even to check by the "Search bar" as well but nothing comes out). Suspected of that,I went inside the “Device Manager” and in fact there is not any Bluetooth Ico as installed hardware. And then, I tried to install the "SCM" from MSI (as Picture attached) that management the Bluetooth, WIFI and so on... after restart the System , I opened the SCM to turn on the Bluetooth, after I went to "System32" folder looking for "fsquirt" (fsquirt, it's the Bluetooth manager build-in in Windows 7 (because doesn’t appear in Control Panel this Bluetooth ico) and try to connect some devices by Bluetooth with my laptop; but the PC, insist to say that is not installed any Bluetooth Hardware . I got you all the pictures report about and are attached below. So, not happy, I went to Intel site, and looking for the Bluetooth software that management the Bluetooth , after found-downloaded and installed , I found the software successfully installed in the same folder as the drivers installed C:/Program File (86)/ Intel......but once I tried to open it, the software said that no Bluetooth hardware are installed and cannot turn on the communication.



2. Go to the 'Install or Uninstall a program' section & check the same things as above.
CRIS: Inside the Install or Uninstall a program, as I said thereis succesfully installed the Bluetooth (I attached the picture).


3. I found a strange thing insiede the Bluetooth installation folder, it seems that not to all subfolders there are the Windows 7 support, am I right? Could be this the problem?

I appreciate your efforts. I have already read that. Your driver is in THP folder. It does not have/say win7 drivers. But the listed win10 driver is not locked for win7. Its an old driver from Killer itself & they forgot to take care!!
All new drivers also are like that. They also have only win10 driver in THP but they are locked for win7.
CRIS: Thank you so much to teach me this Vineet Garg, I appreciate so much your patience with me


There are no management related utilities in the Bluetooth driver. It looks like just a driver & nothing else. Give a look to extracted Killer 1550 AC wireless driver, you will find there a lot of material Killer Networking, Control Center, etc.
Your hardware card is common for Bluetooth & Wireless but it installs different drivers. It seems Control Centre etc. will come with wireless driver.
CRIS: Killer Control Center, it's just a really poor software that prioritize the Connections by Wireless internet connection and nothing related to the Bluetooth section. Windows 10 as the build-in Bluetooth control center, and the laptop use this. For curiosity, in Windows 10, I went to the C:/Program File (86)/ Intel and in fact there is not any bluetooth control managment installed from intel; inside the folder there are exactly the same files as we got in windows 7 installation. But in Windows 10 Device Manager there are many voices related to the bluetooth hardware instead of Windows 7 that doesn't get even no one. I posted the picture of Windows 10 Device Manager under Bluetooth Voice to show you (Windows 7 I don't post because there is not).


If you answer the above two questions, it will be more confirmed.

4. This driver & others, need advance Net Framework so better get installed 4.7.2.
CRIS: Yes I got you, and I already did it no worries.

I am analyzing other information & will tell rest tomorrow.
CRIS: Ok take your time.


Tomorrow, I will replay you and attach your request to your last post....


Cris


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