Or the machine in question can be incompatible, like Dell G Series. It supports everything EXCEPT power delivery though USB-C (With good reason, mind you, there is no USB-C PD capabilities to deliver the 240W the RTX variants need to work properly), so the protocol is disabled within hardware...
ok, I managed to find a dell thunderbolt package which comes with the preinstall license to the uwp App. Like with realtek app, with the license you can add it to an install script, as long as said script runs after the first boot (I personally suggest a registry file to add a runonce script as...
Hmm, I've done that just yesterday, and it still works. How I do it:
1 - Prep ISO with NTLITE, updates, driver integration (non-DCH), Unnattended (DCH drivers go here), tweaks everything.
2 - Boot PC from the USB drive, go get some coffee while it does it's thing.
3 - After it has booted to...
after starting connected to the internet for the first time, no connection with the internet is needed for further use. They have been working on my PC for about a month and a half, and I plan to reinstall my brother's computer soon, and will report if it still works or not.
The issues with Linux start with the Kernel. Nevermind the whole deep ingrained issues with graphics, the main problem though, is the all encompassing mentality that if it is not free, then it should not be a focus of linux to make it work, and in some cases it should not be allowed to work.
Worst of all is that the so called 'optimus' is but an illusion in this current generation tech, as in all tasks but HEVC encoding (which is crappy at best of cases when done via hardware) NVidia chip beats intel even in power efficiency as it can finish the runs and thus save power by idling...
So, for everyone still following this, I've managed to get some progress on installing this as painless as possible. It is not perfect, sadly, but there are times we need the UWP drivers for one or another reason so there is that.
This was tested on Intel Graphics Control Panel (Classic), Intel...
Yes, you should create the folder.
And no, the .Cat file isn't needed. The only files needed (Usually) are Basic, Handwriting, OCR, Speechrecognition and Texttospeech. A few also have ExtraFonts or somesuch, but none I used so far. Either way, no CAB or ESD files.
well, for instance, mine are for LTSC, 64 bits, which is 'build' 1809, and my NTLite is installed to default directory, so they ended up in
if it was the current windows it'd be 1909 instead of 1809 in there. Simple as that.
not talking about graphics, I was talking about Thunderbolt Control Panel, sorry if that wasn't clear.
PowerShell -NoLogo -NoProfile -NonInteractive -InputFormat None -ExecutionPolicy Bypass Add-AppxPackage E:\Apps\*NET*.appx
PowerShell -NoLogo -NoProfile -NonInteractive -InputFormat...
Ok, good news is that the Realtek Audio Console and Killer Control Panel apps can be installed with a minimum of dependencies, fully offline once downloaded with this command line
PowerShell -NoLogo -NoProfile -NonInteractive -InputFormat None -ExecutionPolicy Bypass Add-AppxPackage...
Then you're out of luck? you can try and download the 'app' offline, but chances are it'll force close.
You'll need this package:
And the app. You can download it from...
Not sure if this works but it is worth a try:
It is like the 'one graphics to rule it all' if a little older than 6951.
whats your Hardware ID, if you don't mind sharing. I think I have one for UHD630 in my HDD, but not sure of the link and there are variations of 'UHD630' with more and less cores, so different HWIDs.
As far as my searches in dell go, .6951 is the latest non-dch 'generic' 6-9th gen driver. All...