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

31 Mar 2019   #111
Cris85

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

Hi Vineet Garg,


ok I try to go through to all your questions as below:


#108


Cris,


1) You did not give me the link for Bluetooth & Killer Driver Performance Suite that you have installed now.
CRIS: The Bluetooth drivers installations link, I used, the one that you gave me and followed the instructions on the post: #92
And than, I tried even my extracted Bluetooth drivers from the original installation of Killer Drivers exactly for my Notebook (that are the same as you passed me but an upgraded version of it).


2) Your analysis & understanding about Killer Software is not all correct. The Killer Software contains hardware drivers + Utilities. Yes it has basic drivers also! So, we can't avoid everything from Killer. What we can just do is extract its software & get 'Killer Driver Performance Suite.msi ' & run that for the minimum driver installation. To say again : we can't avoid all the extra stuff from Killer but should be most of it by just running the 'Killer Driver Performance Suite.msi'
Update : 'Killer Performance Drive Suite' installs 'Killer Control Center',etc. extra stuff. I have found a good website with genuine drivers. The website offers basic drivers that doesn't install those extras.
CRIS: Probably I expressed bad my self on it, I know what you mean, but in my way I would like to "emphasize" or say that those extra stuff, are not useful for let the bluetooth working on Windows 7. I Installed these extra stuff, from my previous drivers that are the same version as you passed me the bluetooth drivers separately (so, all the extra stuff are installed by the original program from the normal setup exe file the same version as your bluetooth drivers on #92). After, I tried to do the same steps (extracted, separate bluetooth files and so on...) with the upgraded version; if I don't mistake the upgraded version should be the 2.60 drivers (your or the previous one it's 2.20).


3. EDIT: Did you understand what happened with you ? You Installed driver packages from Killer. The driver packages have Utilities, etc. extra stuff + Drivers. The utilities,etc. extra stuff is compatible with win 7 so, got installed. But the drivers are/ is not so they did not.
CRIS: Yes, I know what happens and I already did everything, but I was thinking that could be the problem of because we did not' install the "Intel Management Engine Driver" till now?



I want to have a complete look from your Win7 Device Manager.
( By Device Manager complete look, I mean only the main listing/tree of all the Devices )
CRIS: Ok, please watch below that list from Windows 7.
Just to mention :

a) DevManView can load & analyze an Offline OS. In the DevManView, choose Options & Advanced Options. That will enable you to look into Win 10 devices from within Win7 OS.
CRIS: Ok, Vineet Garg, I did this and thanks that you to teached me this, but unfortunately comes out exactly the same scenario as last time I said to you. Comes out/ listed many but many infos from others devices that I attached in the past (because save all the history of any devices). So, the list it's exactly the same as I saw last time and in the end I already passed to you all the info from all the device/hardware ID attached in the laptop (that are working on the machine on). If I esclude them, and I try to listing out all the attached devices, all the list dissapear because i'm in "remote" to an external windows 10 Installation where the OS it's "shut down".



b) In the start, You said that you used DISM GUI & added .sys, .dll files to add drivers. The traditional DISM also works primarily with .inf files! So, i was just thinking what is that DISM utility that asks to insert .sys, .dll files to add drivers to the ISO ? I think that is wrong what you say ?
Update : Dealing with drivers : DISM GUI, Traditional DISM, NTLite & Device Manager works the same way. All of them give two options for the driver : pull from the extracted driver folder Or directly supply .inf file. Senior Sir told me whatever be the way, don't change/eliminate items/contents from the extracted driver folder. It will enable the automatic pulling of other driver related files/payloads & then only the proper installation will take place.
( Thanks Sir! )
CRIS: Ok, thank you so much, and thanks to Sir but for luck I never take out the files extracted because I am/ was afraid to make something wrong. So , for luck I never did this but thanks for the great info.

c) Be clear you have to integrate USB 3.1 ( 15DB) , Samsung NVMe, Chipset driver in the INSTALL WIM & BOOT WIM. Windows Updates have to be installed only in the INSTALL WIM.
We need not use NVMe Updates.
CRIS: Ok, when will be the time I will do, no worries.



#109



Hi Cris,
Greets,

I want to have a complete look from your Win7 Device Manager after you have installed Bluetooth & Killer Software.
( By complete look, I mean only the main listing/tree of all the Devices )

So ? ...


CRIS: Ok, please watch the file below.....




Thank you,
Cris









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01 Apr 2019   #112
Vineet Garg

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

Hi Cris,
Greets,

Thanks for all the information. I don't need any more information right now.

1. OK.
Now Uninstall Both : Intel Bluetooth & Killer Performance Driver Suite.

2. You are quite right that the extra stuff is of no use & we don't need it at all. I have found good drivers without that extra stuff.
Sometimes older drivers have better compatibility with win 7.

3. As already said : A proper IMEI ( Intel Management Engine Interface ) is already installed by the Chipset driver. It's just that it appears in the Device Manager with other name : Intel HECI#1 -A360

So,
As said above : Uninstall the two from 'Installed Programs' list & be ready for the new drivers.
New drivers soon!

Thanks & Regards. ...
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01 Apr 2019   #113
Vineet Garg

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

Hi,
Try it out :
Only / Pure driver for Killer Wireless : The Oldest One!

Intel PROSet/Wireless Driver/Software 20.0.2 for Windows 7 64-bit download starting...

((( INSPIRATION : Intel WIFI drivers - Page 7 - Intel Chipset - LaptopVideo2Go Forums )))

EDIT : Updated the Link

Sorry forgot to mention : Just execute the driver, that's all.
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25 Apr 2019   #114
Cris85

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

Hi Vineet Garg,


I'm back.


I made as you told me (to unistall and reinstall the new drivers), today I tried to install the new WIFI drivers that you asked me in your latest post, but unfortunately even with this driver package does not happen anything....


Keep in touch,
Cris
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1 Week Ago   #115
Vineet Garg

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

Hi Cris,
Greets,
So,
The Intel USB 3.1 will be working now : Forum - [Solution] Win7 drivers for USB 3.0/3.1 Controllers of new Intel chipset systems

The Pass Key for the Driver zip is xiaofengmod

( Thanks to sir johnhoh, PrinceOfAbyss & SIW2 )
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1 Week Ago   #116
Cris85

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

Hi Vineet Garg,

nice to hear you back my friend, Im soooooooo excited to try it. Honestly I was going to lose all the hope about it. Give me the time to put back the OS Windows 7 64bit , and I will go back to you soon.

I'm reeeeeallly reeeeally happy to hear this news, thank you very much to share it.
Cris
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1 Week Ago   #117
Cris85

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

YYYEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA FINALLY , this nightmare of USB A36D it's DONE/FINISHED/KILLED!!!!!!!

This guy it's a genious, everything working perfectly now. All the USB ports are working finally and I can go back definetly to Windows 7. I was really sad because I cannot use Windows 7 and must replace it with 10.

Thank you so so so so so so much Vineet Garg!!!!!!

Now, I will try to create an Windows 7 OS installation for fully EFI BIOS at least I will solve the problem to don't switch the BIOS in CSM mode.

I will do everything again and correctly, then I will let you know about the bluetooth and WIFI problem as well.


Keep in touch,
Cris


PS: I attached the pic proof.....


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1 Week Ago   #118
Vineet Garg

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

Cris,
Really, really genious person! Great work!
Now I am also hopeful again. Let's see what comes in the way but i won't be able to answer daily.

I am just reminded of your Bluetooth. You installed some SCM for that but actually you need a radio button driver for win 7. You are in a much better position to understand its role as you have it in win 10. Its not showing in the Device Manager so it is just a software button still important!

About integrating Nvme driver updates, Windows Updates, etc with NTLite. Just see what the author sir has to say:

''Do you know of Apply - Image process queue?
You could do your full process on install.wim, minus those two updates.
Choose Saving mode - Stop, so you don't wait on saving.
Then when it's done, reload install.wim (press new Preset to have it clean as it will load previous preset), then add those two updates on the Updates page.
On the Apply page choose Image Process queue - Updates - boot.wim both editions.
Apply with saving and ISO
''

Is it clear ? Let me know.

Thanks & Regards. ...

EDIT/UPDATE :

1. Sorry for the confusion! Actually, there is a hardware device/button on your laptop/keyboard to switch on/off Wireless & Bluetooth for the laptop. We need a win 7 driver for that & i think it would be better to get it from Windows Update. Some win 7 driver are available online though!

2. I will solve the problem to don't switch the BIOS in CSM mode
Actually, it depends on UEFI BIOS type, There are 3 generations of UEFI BIOS : [TIP] Windows 7 UEFI install without CSM | My Digital Life Forums

3. SIDE NOTE : I found it interesting though it does not apply here as the Install.wim size is below 4GB : [SOLUTIONS] UEFI/Secure Boot with Install.wim over 4GB | My Digital Life Forums
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1 Week Ago   #119
Cris85

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

Hi Vineet Garg,

I wanna cry .. I tried to create a bootable Windows 7 for fully EFI/UEFI mode (so not the CSM mode, otherwise I have always to switch this fuctionally from the BIOS, because I'm using more than one OS), I followed the below video to create it:

YouTube


The same Guide should be in this Forum as well but now I cannot find the address....


Anyway, the solution seems it's working but when the booting arrive to the "Starting Windows", just before when should appear the first choice screen for the OS languages; the booting stuck and doesn't continue.


I tried to change the USB ports, tried to take out any Fastboot and so on from the BIOS, someone in internet try to say that could be also about the Nvidia drivers missing, so I tried even to add them ...but the resault it's the same. The booting for the installation will continue only if I switch it in the BIOS the CSM mode. Yes, the USB it's prepared for EFI and in GPT.


What can be that block the installation process?


Cris
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1 Week Ago   #120
Vineet Garg

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

Hi Cris,
Greets,
1. Did you thoroughly go by my last ( edited ) post & links ?

2. I can follow your Youtube link but am not able to make anything technically out of it.
Besides, as I have mentioned/linked in my previous post, there are 3 gen / types of UEFI BIOS & they behave / act differently with CSM. So, any such solution may also work for one generation & not for the other(s).

3. You are thinking its a NVIDIA driver problem ? No, The basic VGA driver is good enough to go ahead of Starting Windows!

4. I have always to switch this functionally from the BIOS, because I'm using more than one OS
Do you mean to say that UEFI+CSM blocking UEFI + GPT Win 10 ? No No No!
Win 7 is not a complete UEFI OS & CSM just adds that support to Win 7 & It will definitely not block a full UEFI OS Win 8, 8.1 or Win 10. Explore your BIOS properly or I have to get into this ?

Let me know.

Thanks & Regards. ...
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