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NeoBeum
08-22-2017, 11:24 PM
ASUS Notebooks - Windows 10 Creators Update Overhaul
2017 Drivers & CustOEM Recovery Project
(Previously G751JY - Windows 10 1703 Creators Update 2017 Driver List)

Temporary Placeholder Info

Intended Models: All Windows 10 ASUS Notebooks

Current Target Models: G751

Project Status: In Progress

Target Recovery Partition Size: < 10GB

Target Recover Images: Windows 10 Home, Windows 10 Home Single Language, Windows 10 Professional, Windows 10 Education (Approximately 4GB)

Target Image Packages: Latest Security Update, Flash Update (1GB)

Software List:

Driver List:

Things to do:
Sort out Samsung/SanDisk/Intel
Sort out Windows Critical Apps for Barebones Configuration
Sort out ASUS Packages
Tidy up my posts in forums
Implement XInput
Make GUI
troll ASUS with defiled official logos for Windows 10 Shell
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Bonus Round Challenge: Fit entire Recovery project on to 5GB ASUS Webstorage

Current Progress:

OCTOBER:
Have benched Intel RAID Hardware RAID vs Windows AHCI RAID on the Stock HGST 1TB 7200RPM, and there's a really good gain - so I'd recommend a Hardware RAID setup on NEW INSTALLATIONS OF WINDOWS - to make the process go smoother.
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SEPTEMBER:
Windows PE (boot.wim) Windows Setup will boot in the 2nd index of this image after the initial setup restarts and loads the appropriate Setup Files
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This is a standard (different names) boot.wim
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Windows RE (winre.wim) found in the install.wim \Windows\System32\recovery (Transferred to the Recovery partition after Setup)
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Additional tools included (mwuhahaha - I'll probably get in trouble for this)
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Just some example boot options
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ALERT: READ POST #3

Check to make sure your model has the same hardware as the G751JY (Example: Bluetooth Broadcom vs Intel)
This is driver only, not including software. I'm almost finished my Custom OEM Recovery/Installer for the G751JY - that will have the software list included there.
If anyone can't find these drivers, post and I'll upload them to my GitHub
The drivers that are not enabled are the older or original drivers for reference.


Name & Category (Driver name in C:\Windows\System32 = NAME.inf) Manufacturer Version Date Class WHQLSigned enable Hash guid


************* INTEL CHIPSET
************************************************** **********

****************** INTEL HM87 *********************
Intel(R) CS System LynxPointSystem.inf 10.1.2.86 INTEL 10.1.2.86 07/18/1968 System True True EBF5C9C845BEF962360261CE539191CB1280C8B90F2D4AC81E 1314DB2DD6DDBE {8cf2fc1f-e3dc-4595-b307-c700c0788538}
--Intel(R) CS System lynxpointSystem.inf 10.1.1.9 INTEL 10.1.1.9 07/14/2015 System True 37E44C80197E15886FAFA932EC9F8ECBFBB52A3D8F93BD6892 723E0CBDF24BE4 {27d4c9a1-f203-412f-aa77-6421338240a4}
--Intel(R) CS System LynxPointSystem.inf 10.1.1.38 INTEL 10.1.1.38 10/03/2016 System True 45DBE1087C492CBD9B4D8DFB16FC499FC51BFA2AD71C5A2EE1 ACBD51C6ACD91A {f6efcc16-07d5-4a9f-8cc1-62c9e828e287}

************************************************** *****
****** HASWELL i5-4200 i7-4710HQ ONLY
Intel(R) CS System HaswellSystem.inf 10.1.2.86 INTEL 10.1.2.86 07/18/1968 System True True D82E66740DBAEE056C347D50EAE8BE0A0F7210A78E593DE0D3 D8444DFB60BD6D {ff2ea1e4-7ab2-4d3c-9912-891470af17f8}

****** MISSING CRYSTALWELL i7-4860HQ G751JY ONLY
Intel(R) CS System CrystalwellSystem.inf 10.1.2.86 INTEL 10.1.2.86 07/18/1968 System True True 55796F83B9B3ED443008C9E189B2481C37430F7C2C8BBFB2A7 507EC0A5221008 {701de522-b001-4531-bff2-ab42a2714143}
************************************************** *****

**** NULL_HECI (10.1.2.86 Chipset) ME CROSSOVER ****
Intel(R) CS System NULL_HECISystem.inf 0.0.0.1 INTEL 0.0.0.1 01/04/2013 System True True D4D2251AA533C7D9C7E7DB727B23D245F9DB10F87FF9BC1216 22DA487537525A {892af345-053b-4bab-8a5e-14a6b1ca2f2b}

************* END OF INTEL CHIPSET
************************************************** **********


************* INTEL CPPC
************************************************** **********
******** WINDOWS 8 DEPRECATED - WINDOWS 10 REQUIRED *******
Intel(R) CPPC System IntelPcc.inf 1.0.0.1018 Intel 1.0.0.1018 09/04/2014 System True True BE97984B0CF6E518590E47006DD1B7ED01CC5D80F45DAD862F 5F21EF6F0190AC {ac99a064-8edb-4380-b5a6-3e00a050d382}
************************************************** **********


************* INTEL MEI
************************************************** **********
Intel(R) MEI System heci.inf 11.7.0.1032 Intel 11.7.0.1032 06/20/2017 System True True 5EAFC56646F7E22815B739AD72800E21F64AE35853815F43FA DC7E98D16ADA66 {a581e356-db59-4435-8bca-607b94b220b9}
--Intel(R) MEI System heci.inf 11.0.0.1157 Intel 11.0.0.1157 07/07/2015 System True 79FD97FCCADE68CC4DA9AC7CF84BE96C78A117B3ACE72DA7E5 93687ED7666903 {c58f8803-cd92-4df6-ad88-49b26ece8eb5}


************* INTEL RST
************************************************** **********
Intel(R) RST HDC iaAHCIC.inf 14.8.16.1063 Intel 14.8.16.1063 04/10/2017 HDC True True F9B7EBC8BD07BD517E2852F46086FE5925D72EEB09B76BBC3C CC04AA458F1423 {c44a3526-a842-4344-b1bd-d93e393c5317}
--Intel(R) RST HDC iaAHCIC.inf 14.6.0.1029 Intel 14.6.0.1029 07/27/2015 HDC True 7B944B640DC35EC5A3FE91550EB5C01F4C9F1752588E2DA02A B3C598B35DA6D5 {51634ccd-9a66-4d4e-aca8-ed40b81136fa}
(iaAHCIC "SOFTWARE" RAID / BIOS)
Intel(R) RST SCSIAdapter iaStorAC.inf 14.8.16.1063 Intel 14.8.16.1063 04/10/2017 SCSIAdapter True True F9B7EBC8BD07BD517E2852F46086FE5925D72EEB09B76BBC3C CC04AA458F1423 {2b03486b-5a68-4114-bfa9-76d523b2f141}
--Intel(R) RST SCSIAdapter iaStorAC.inf 14.6.0.1029 Intel 14.6.0.1029 07/27/2015 SCSIAdapter True 7B944B640DC35EC5A3FE91550EB5C01F4C9F1752588E2DA02A B3C598B35DA6D5 {10d8cea0-dbed-4ba4-a8bf-c419d608a9dd}
(iaStorAC "HARDWARE" RAID / BIOS)


************* INTEL THUNDERBOLT
************************************************** **********
Intel(R) TBT Net tp2p70x.inf 16.2.51.2 Intel(R) 16.2.51.2 07/11/2016 Net True True 247CF5BAD2AC054F607DFF5AA8BDF884C3686E8039A1E31DD3 8B36AAEAE4962C {2c8de589-3d35-4dc4-8218-77c1167178d0}
--Intel(R) TBT Net tp2p70x.inf 15.2.32.5 Intel(R) 15.2.32.5 06/09/2015 Net True 0BA5C138FED4C04F2B843209D4F739078C75ECECA9157E9C65 E82F5D81F8E1F6 {542ab417-7a76-48a9-b2c0-c9d8ca33945a}
Intel(R) TBT Net tp2p81x.inf 16.2.51.2 Intel(R) 16.2.51.2 07/11/2016 Net True True 247CF5BAD2AC054F607DFF5AA8BDF884C3686E8039A1E31DD3 8B36AAEAE4962C {20085f83-d123-4d73-9ac8-230409c002ef}
--Intel(R) TBT Net tp2p81x.inf 15.2.32.5 Intel(R) 15.2.32.5 06/09/2015 Net True 0BA5C138FED4C04F2B843209D4F739078C75ECECA9157E9C65 E82F5D81F8E1F6 {21035786-ab55-407d-8c3d-9ab3b779e39a}
Intel(R) TBT System tbt70x.inf 16.2.51.2 Intel(R) 16.2.51.2 07/11/2016 System True True 247CF5BAD2AC054F607DFF5AA8BDF884C3686E8039A1E31DD3 8B36AAEAE4962C {5b71d5ea-de9c-46df-81d3-bf5f4ec7152d}
--Intel(R) TBT System tbt70x.inf 15.2.32.6 Intel(R) 15.2.32.6 06/09/2015 System True 0BA5C138FED4C04F2B843209D4F739078C75ECECA9157E9C65 E82F5D81F8E1F6 {7cf89cb9-0815-4258-b207-e70eb504fee7}
Intel(R) TBT System tbt81x.inf 16.2.51.2 Intel(R) 16.2.51.2 07/11/2016 System True True 247CF5BAD2AC054F607DFF5AA8BDF884C3686E8039A1E31DD3 8B36AAEAE4962C {2b3dd555-5e45-4920-89c1-298e46b18961}
--Intel(R) TBT System tbt81x.inf 15.2.32.6 Intel(R) 15.2.32.6 06/09/2015 System True 0BA5C138FED4C04F2B843209D4F739078C75ECECA9157E9C65 E82F5D81F8E1F6 {5756b107-2097-4b1f-8744-14ef21942773}


************* INTEL DUALBAND WIRELESS 7260
************************************************** **********
Intel(R) WIFI Bluetooth ibtusb.inf 19.40.1.1 Intel 19.40.1.1 02/13/2017 Bluetooth True True E7A0182C762B22356710A5E7F0D4CFD88093F2B1E5C21F5435 763ADF61D8E6E6 {3889403d-749d-4b48-a349-4a16c91b6e1c}
--Intel(R) WIFI Bluetooth ibtusb.inf 17.1.1529.1613 Intel 17.1.1529.1613 07/13/2015 Bluetooth True 34907D2BA49EA591032DB6D918CF91134DE2DA68E45B909C4B EB62F1FD78AD7C {24d20882-6a98-4b5b-ad4a-cb02b1f543a2}

Intel(R) WIFI Net Netwbw02.INF 18.33.7.2 Intel 18.33.7.2 04/05/2017 Net True True 0395FF27D1C9335D971414D0E66D279F1ED0393CDE481EEA0C DDB63117661CB2 {02508733-0d2c-4099-ab5f-542d92565aaa}
--Intel(R) WIFI Net Netwbw02.INF 18.12.1.2 Intel 18.12.1.2 07/29/2015 Net True 3A5A2248592BABFB8A90578B142A0CEAF1E33028DF511C098D 0B28D53E517E1F {382a9e1d-1e8e-40ea-b4c6-f67dea7357e3}


************* NVIDIA GPU
************************************************** **********
NVIDIA GTX980M Display nvami.inf 10.18.13.6143 NVIDIA 10.18.13.6143 12/16/2015 Display True 1F26EDBBAA9E47C078E45366EFDEB94ED8017054FD06C9B815 0ADCF552A8DBB4 {d212fed9-40f9-4da5-8aa5-fd142265d3f8}
NVIDIA GTX980M Display nvami.inf 22.21.13.8233 NVIDIA 22.21.13.8233 05/17/2017 Display True True 4F0AC841D3908EAF7C48A979D473AEBC36999E35A26C2AD112 418D6A113E328D {e51b15bb-e887-4cbb-8660-7d79cc0d0ac3}


************* REALTEK GBE
************************************************** **********
Realtek LAN Net rt640x64.inf 10.019.0627.2017 Realtek 10.019.0627.2017 06/27/2017 Net True True 055BB7EE5C7F4C1D9A9019F2151F8FFA628A07F01EBA5CDE82 E544920F96FF12 {21c60cf6-e542-4598-8d07-9d099277dc8d}
--Realtek LAN Net rt640x64.inf 10.002.0703.2015 Realtek 10.002.0703.2015 07/03/2015 Net True A9F25E2E5666EEE7F60335B34AFE28E93486AA64DED63449B7 849FE4D56208A7 {688a310d-7fd2-4f77-982c-8d86ee65d566}


************* REALTEK AUDIO
************************************************** **********
Realtek Semiconductor Corp. MEDIA HDXAMA3.inf 6.0.1.7661 Realtek 6.0.1.7661 11/10/2015 MEDIA True True 8A8EA6BB01B8365DDD86863C38DB097CA0EF60D074459B0314 E24A12F9B8185B {9472d7c9-d8c3-4f82-b0bd-62c07268bedb}
--Realtek Semiconductor Corp. MEDIA hdxama3.inf 6.0.1.7576 Realtek 6.0.1.7576 08/04/2015 MEDIA True 42B2A793151573F22B3FE0AA89B93DDFB34BD3FD3A6B452D85 DC55FF27EA10BA {2c861793-a4d1-4000-ba53-ad087312babe}


************* ASUS ATK / USER I/O
************************************************** **********
ASUS ATK System ATK0100.INF 1043.2.15.75 ASUS 1043.2.15.75 05/13/2009 System True True FD2114821AED52BF06FCC1C097F279423581EDF8785A5A1157 1C7F44B1D9036E {7b0897e9-035f-4870-9f3c-0e601b339be4}
ASUS RADIO System ATK4001.INF 1.0.0.4 ASUS 1.0.0.4 05/11/2015 System True True FAFEFEB656CF14AF9FAE68491522512049AE9BB479278A1925 48D9CBB1EBDD34 {4a1f37bc-5c7d-4e28-8bd8-961967385ea9}
ASUS SG Mouse asustp.inf 1.0.0.296 ASUS 1.0.0.296 04/10/2017 Mouse True True 039BA83A8A6F50A1C3358C2DB87C656A1EA778660F08851B2C 2E52379854FDF8 {3e54e1cb-7f14-4af4-a11e-62de6cf2e3b9}
ASUSTek USB System AiCharger.inf 2.0.0.3 ASUSTek 2.0.0.3 13/02/2015 System False True 32ED4FEA4595EE691B70AE563E79A4A592FED12BCF06AE479B 98100800B07A3F {fcd9d364-dcb8-426a-889e-b4ef05975b21}


************* GeneSys SD Card Reader
************************************************** **********
Genesys SD Logic USB GeneStor.inf 4.5.1.7 Genesys Logic 4.5.1.7 04/20/2017 USB True True EA6D160469A1E7E537A742ABD415C6F2E06440419E30C1A286 ACF6F28182F885 {546d2498-8117-47bf-b5b2-3563944ff2e8}
--Genesys SD Logic USB GeneStor.inf 4.5.0.6 Genesys Logic 4.5.0.6 07/13/2015 USB True 438D7E2CA8BD929FEB95D15B5DDB96757DB3D3CB7F71906B2C 3685419A2D7250 {a8d1a47f-f6a7-4592-a423-5d60efe1eb7b}


************* SAMSUNG NVME CONTROLLER
************************************************** **********
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd SCSIAdapter nvme.inf 1.4.7.16 Samsung 1.4.7.16 10/13/2015 SCSIAdapter True True 98F6FA15EB5276CAF46E92C84620B5FDE7E5D44EDD3C55A287 E8F54907316381 {da5a5618-5409-464a-a6d4-8a552d3568cb}
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd SCSIAdapter secnvme.inf 2.2.0.1703 Samsung 2.2.0.1703 03/17/2017 SCSIAdapter False True CB820C86ADA6F835292CB790F01B3E962C9C75040B04BD7A0D 92D6B8E700D12E {faab90ba-3b86-49ac-ab3f-06b84984e347}



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NeoBeum
08-25-2017, 11:39 AM
I've got everything primed and ready for Windows 1709.

https://github.com/NeoBeum/ASUS-G751JY

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Drivers missing are NVIDIA and Realtek Audio and LAN due to file size limitation. Also the standard driverset that ASUS have on the Support page are not uploaded - because there's no point in doubling up old drivers.

Use the list above to find the appropriate folder - Drirctories in the GitHub repo are the "Class" column in the list.
SCSI Adapters have the Signed 1.1(1.4.7) NVMe and Non-Signed 2.2 NVMe Samsung Drivers.

If by some chance "Intel(R) 4th Gen Core processor PCI Express x16 Controller - 0D01" is missing in device manager - grab the CrystalWell drivers.
It's the Intel 10.1.2.86 Chipset, dated 07/18/1968.
That's how Intel do dating for the newer stuff so things can be installed over the top for newer dated drivers.

If you use the default Windows 10 Intel Chipset driver "Intel(R) 4th Gen Core processor PCI Express x16 Controller - 0D01" will appear as
Intel(R) Xeon(R) v3/4th Gen Core processor PCI Express x16 Controller
Make sure that doesn't happen. The Chipset driver Windows will load for the G751 will be 10.1.1.38 Desktop version.
We want 10.1.1.40.

HDC Is where the Intel RST live - A way to think of what they are is - iaAHCIC is the Software Raid if you like... and the iaStorAC is the Hardware RAID - for changing in the BIOS. (The AHCI/RAID options) iaStorAC is what you'll need preloaded for accessing RAID configs during Windows Installation

WiFi Problems for 2.4GHz and 5GHz - Settings for Wireless AC 7260
Ad Hoc QoS Mode - WMM Disabled
ARP offload for WoWLAN - Disabled
Bluetooth AMP - Enabled
Fat Channel Intolerant - Disabled
GTK rekeying for WoWLAN - Enabled
HT Mode - VHT Mode
Mixed Mode Protection - RTC/CTS Enabled
NS Offload for WoWLAN - Disabled
Packet Coalescing - Disabled
Sleep on WoWLAN Disconnect - Disabled
Throughput Booster - Enabled
Transmit Power - Highest
U-APSD support - Disabled
Wake on Magic Packet - Disabled
Wake on Pattern Match - Disabled
Wireless Mode - 802.11a/b/g

NeoBeum
08-25-2017, 03:15 PM
I've just found something else Windows is having problems with

Windows can tell that you have a G751 - but it can't tell if it should use the driver set for JL/JM/JT/JY

JM/JT/JY i7 - 4710HQ 4720HQ 4860HQ
JL i5 - 4200H

The JY models carrying the 4860HQ will have problems - because Intel is missing the Crystalwell drivers for the Mobile bundle - and for Windows, it appears as a Server driver set.



This is the difference between
8086 0C01 - 4200/4710/4720 CPU to PCI Bridge (Haswell)
8086 0D01 - 4860 CPU to PCI Bridge (CrystalWell)

Chipset_Intel_Skylake_Win10_64_VER10119 (10.1.1.9) - from the support page does not have the CrystalWell drivers
Run:

SetupChipset.exe -Extract "driver.inf"

The drivers do appear correctly for ASUStek as version 10.1.1.38
https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/ScopedViewInline.aspx?updateid=44fcb341-d4be-4c1e-a3eb-77fd253ddf22
Intel - Other hardware - Intel(R) 4th Gen Core processor PCI Express x16 Controller - 0d01
Last Modified: 9/30/2016
Size: 98 KB
However - Windows will then categorize the 10.1.1.38 to be updated - to 10.1.1.XX

The only driverset to contain the Crystalwell drivers are the different branch driverset using 10.1.2.XX and these are the only found with the Intel Server Chipset package
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26859/Intel-Server-Chipset-Driver-for-Windows-




I've got a post on the Intel boards to see if they know: https://communities.intel.com/message/494746#494746

Gps3dx
08-27-2017, 12:13 PM
I've just found something else Windows is having problems with

Windows can tell that you have a G751 - but it can't tell if it should use the driver set for JL/JM/JT/JY

JM/JT/JY i7 - 4710HQ 4720HQ 4860HQ
JL i5 - 4200H

The JY models carrying the 4860HQ will have problems - because Intel is missing the Crystalwell drivers for the Mobile bundle - and for Windows, it appears as a Server driver set.



This is the difference between
8086 0C01 - 4200/4710/4720 CPU to PCI Bridge (Haswell)
8086 0D01 - 4860 CPU to PCI Bridge (CrystalWell)

nice job digging at this level of details.
A small Q for you.

You wrote that for CRYSTALwell one set of drivers are the following... what is the set of drivers ( inc the 0C01 numbers ) for HASwell ?


PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0d00Desc="Intel(R) 4th Gen Core processor DRAM Controller - 0D00"
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0d01Desc="Intel(R) 4th Gen Core processor PCI Express x16 Controller - 0D01"
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0d05Desc="Intel(R) 4th Gen Core processor PCI Express x8 Controller - 0D05"
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0d09Desc="Intel(R) 4th Gen Core processor PCI Express x4 Controller - 0D09"
on my JT with 4720HQ, windows 10 creators update decided as well to install the Xenon drivers instead of 4th gen drivers.

NeoBeum
08-30-2017, 05:43 AM
nice job digging at this level of details.
A small Q for you.

You wrote that for CRYSTALwell one set of drivers are the following... what is the set of drivers ( inc the 0C01 numbers ) for HASwell ?

on my JT with 4720HQ, windows 10 creators update decided as well to install the Xenon drivers instead of 4th gen drivers.


I have to get back to you - because reading some of the White Paper stuff from Intel - the Haswell / Crystal Well stuff - have issues with incorrect HW Identification in Windows - so I'm not sure which chips are directly affect and then what they appear as in Windows -

but that very one that you quoted - 0D00 / 0C00, or (0D## / 0C##) - is definitely part of that HW Id thing.
I'll let everyone here know if I get a reply on my Intel Developer Community thread.

I'll dump a generic driver set for Windows 10 - Creators/Fall Creators Update when the Fall Update gets released - maybe in a month, but the Creators Update Recovery I'm doing - is very very simple to convert to other Model ASUS Notebooks.



The HW driver that windows ends up downloading names the devices as that Intel Xeon/4th Gen, which is really weird.
The Crystalwell drivers are completely absent from the ChipsetSetup.exe dating back from the one ASUS uploaded to the final release for G751JY -
Chipset_Intel_Skylake_Win10_64_VER10119

Even anything current on the Intel download page - the Crystalwell drivers are missing - even if it's to do with Iris and the onboard Graphics - I'm certain that Windows is getting confused - and ends up causing conflicts.

Because it'll download a full set - and then realise - oh... wait ... there's something missing... it finds it, and then it ends up belonging to a different set... for example - the Intel Server Boards - and then that package is downloaded too. I don't trust windows enough to be able to accurately do everything - so I'm putting my money on all of this causing some sort of minor issue.

The 4720HQ is Haswell.

There's only a handful of the Crytalwell chips - and this is why I think it may have been easily missed - because not that many devices out there for people to report problems.
https://ark.intel.com/products/codename/51802/Crystal-Well
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It's also quite frustrating, when you download Intel's own identification software, and your processor turns in to something the G751JY never had in the first place according to ASUS' hardware specs... so it's hard to trust anyone unless I have something that isn't throwing errors, or some driver package that includes everything.
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It's like asking to fault find something and giving you a broken multimeter to test with

I was about to go down to Windows 8 last week to test using the Win 8 drivers to compare - but I accidentally threw out my recovery disk when I was hucking out old Windows 10 DVD backups.

Gps3dx
08-30-2017, 01:54 PM
@NeoBeum - i've just check my win 8.1 OEM image I made on my G751JT 4720HQ back in the days using backtracker.
The laptop was shipped with inf chipset drivers 9.4.0.1027 (guess it's intel's number, not asus ).
I tried "updating" using these extracted drivers on my current installed win10 CU, and the "xenon" name still appears for device 0C01 (PCI-E x16 controller) and 0C04 (DRAM controller).

My point is that, if that's the state on win8, why should we expect something else on win10 ?

P.S - i've also updated my "chipset" driver to 10.1.2.86 from HERE (http://www.win-raid.com/t895f42-Intel-Chipset-Device-quot-Drivers-quot-INF-files.html#msg15778), and their data are indeed 1968 - lol...
device names are still "xenon"...

RomualdYT
08-30-2017, 04:48 PM
Hello, I wanted to know when do you go to publish the version with softwares? Thank you for this sharing.
Is it possible to have already a link software for the audio driver? Since the update I have cracklings and I have big gaps sounds-videos

NeoBeum
08-30-2017, 09:53 PM
@NeoBeum - i've just check my win 8.1 OEM image I made on my G751JT 4720HQ back in the days using backtracker.
The laptop was shipped with inf chipset drivers 9.4.0.1027 (guess it's intel's number, not asus ).
.

Intel Corp replied to me on their boards and told me to try 10.1.1.42, which I have already done.

For the LynxPoint Haswell, everything should be Good, like I had written, but for the JY, the CrystalWell should not change to Skylake.
If the Haswell chips are changing to Skylake, they said to contact ASUS, which I had done already.
Bahz has forwarded the reports to the Engineers.

If the chipset drivers 10.1.1.42 are installed, everything should be OK, until Windows recognizes the 0C00, 0C01, 0C04, 0D00, 0D01, 0D04 is using a generic driver, then attempts to update.

This is the problem.

it doesn't know what it should do.

I had the Windows 8 drivers unpacked a few weeks ago, and cross referenced, and it's a Windows 10 issue.


Hello, I wanted to know when do you go to publish the version with softwares? Thank you for this sharing.
Is it possible to have already a link software for the audio driver? Since the update I have cracklings and I have big gaps sounds-videos

Hi, I'm a firm believer of quality, and I hate things that are given to me broken, or apps that are junk like 90% of Steam and Google Play.
so until I have confirmation from Samsung, Intel and Asus, I will only have partial dumps, on my Github. I'll slowly push the Windows 10 Installation Scripts and Source when I generalise them so that the entire ASUS Notebook range are able to use them as templates.
I don't do things half assed.

NeoBeum
08-30-2017, 09:58 PM
oh, if anyone is reading this, and you're using another vendors PCIE NVME that's not samsung, can you tell me the driver set you have for the nvme controller, I may as well do all major brands while im at it

NeoBeum
08-31-2017, 12:22 AM
just reading everything all over again, I reckon somewhere along the line of Windows updates, it perma overclocked my cpu to 2.5ghz base...

NeoBeum
08-31-2017, 01:55 AM
I'm just adding this to the record, so later when Microsoft Technicians try to make up some sorry ass excuse, I can just slap them down again

(no one really needs to worry about this - unless you're doing clean installs or system resets with all drive bays in use)
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(the default windows install unattended file will ALWAYS default to disk 0 - too bad so sad if the NVMe drive is enumerated incorrectly right?)

This is what you all say to Microsoft Tech in chat


B**ch please, I had the correct configuration to begin with... so why in the hell would you want to enumerate and identify disks like that? Give me a way to identify disks by hardware ID, so Windows can reset and Update correctly. I don't want it installed on a slow secondary drive. If you can't fix it, then give me compensation or Escalate this support session, and put me through to someone who knows what they are doing.

There'll be about a 15 minute delay in the response in your chat, this is where they clean up the soiled area at their desk, while they buzz in their L2/L3 Techs.


Here... for your entertainment
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NeoBeum
08-31-2017, 02:18 AM
update - SanDisk have mailed me and will call me to discuss a problem for the Intel Atom Z8500 on the T100HAN regarding SanDisk's entire MicroSDXC range, which I haven't created a thread for yet.

just adding some ASUS touch to the windows installer... here's a preview
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NeoBeum
09-19-2017, 08:00 AM
Added some pics in to the first post :D

NeoBeum
09-25-2017, 10:02 AM
I've made a way to put the Windows 10 installer with latest 2017-09 Security patches, and 2017 driver set onto a DVD with 300MB to spare.

2.3GB Windows, 150MB PE & 1.5GB Update & Driver Deployment Share.

NeoBeum
10-10-2017, 12:45 PM
Got around to testing the Hardware RAID vs AHCI Raid on non SSD - I used 2x HGST 1TB 7200RPM drive.
There was no detrimental effect on SSDs in Samsung Magician - and temps are running fine- haven't seen the NVME go above 40 degrees C.
Windows will also see the RAID Array as a single disk , in Disk Management, compared to 2 dynamic Disks.

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Comparison to September just before I switched the OS and BIOS from AHCI to RAID.
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