• After upgrading to Windows 8.1, my Bluetooth device doesn’t work. How can I get it working again?
  • I upgraded to windows 8.1 from store on my HP Envy DV6 7206tx and now, i am have problem with drivers for video and wireless cards. Both of them are not detected.
  • Hey everyone, I have an Android 4.2 tablet that runs on an Intel Atom processor (the Asus Memo Pad fHD 10). Can you install Windows 8 Pro on an SD Card and run.

Bluetooth not working after installing Windows 1. After doing these three things, the keyboard should be discoverable in the bluetooth connection menu of windows 1. Then just type in the code and you should be good to go!

The Drivers page for HP ENVY TouchSmart 15-j003sg (Product number D9V73EA#ABD) on Windows 8.1 64-bit now lists Mediatek Bluetooth Software Driver 2013-12-21, Version.

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Gigabyte GC-WB867D-I REV 4.2 Bluetooth 4.2/Wireless AC/B/G/N Band Dual Frequency 2.4Ghz/5.8Ghz Expansion Card, 2 x 2 Tx/Rx, 1x PCIe Windows 7, 8, 10 Compatible. Windows downloads to help personalize and protect your PC. Choose a desktop background (wallpaper) from the Gallery’s selection of beautiful. If you want to install Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 using UEFI instead of BIOS, then see this below first.

How to download and install the latest Windows 8. Update for free (updated)Microsoft Windows 1. Windows 8. 1 updates on a fairly regular basis. If you’re already using Windows 8. PC Settings (the new Control Panel, available from the right- hand menu bar) and click “Update and recovery.” There is also the option to download the latest Windows 8. Update as standalone files, if you want to archive them or perform an offline or enterprise installation. If you haven’t already installed the latest system updates, you should do so — Microsoft has said that users won’t get any security updates if they stick with older versions of Windows 8.

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To continue receiving security updates, you need to make sure you’re running the latest version of the OS. How do you do that, for free?

Just follow these simple instructions. How to download and install the latest Windows 8. Update. As we previously mentioned, the quickest way to get the latest update is to use the PC Settings control panel. If you do that, skip ahead to the section at the end of the story with tips on how to make the most of it. If you want to download the standalone files, though, read on. As always, we have to preface this with the usual disclaimer: Downloading Windows updates using unconventional methods is risky.

At the very least, you should ensure that the SHA hash of the downloaded file matches by using the Microsoft File Checksum Integrity Verifier (a free tool). If you have any important documents on your computer, you should back them up, too (this should be an unnecessary precaution, though; updates are just a bunch of patches, rather than a complete reinstallation).

Use the following links to download the right version of Windows 8. Official Windows Update download links: Alternatively, if you don’t like direct downloads, you can always hit up the official Windows Update website, which always points you to the latest version, and follow the instructions there. Once you’ve downloaded the initial Update 1, you will have six separate patches that need to be installed in a very specific order. Your computer will need to reboot a few times during the process. KB2. 91. 94. 42. KB2. KB2. 93. 20. 46. KB2.

KB2. 93. 84. 39. KB2. Windows 8. 1 Update Desktop. Note how Metro apps can now be minimized to the Taskbar.

Life after updating Windows 8. If you’re a mouse- and- keyboard person, you will find that the latest version of Windows 8. Metro interface more palatable. Whether this will move you to actually use the new Start screen is a different question. Unless there’s a Metro- style app that you really want to use, you will probably still find yourself on the Desktop, using a third- party app to bring back the Windows 7- style Start menu.

On the rare occasion that you find yourself thrust into the new Metro interface, at least the latest version of Windows 8. So that’s good. On the Desktop side of things, the latest update doesn’t change much. Recent tweaks have included better support for high- PPI displays, and that audio and video files now open in Photo Viewer and Media Player, respectively, rather than bouncing you into Metro. Barrons Gre Practice Book.

For Windows 8. 1 tablet owners, you now get a Search button on the Start screen, and some of the stock Metro apps have been updated/improved. Really, though, if you’re a power user and have some free time to play around, check out how to install Windows 1. Technical Preview in a virtual machine. Soon, things will get much, much better. Sebastian Anthony wrote the original version of this article. It has since been updated with new information.