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Total waste of time. Installed on both laptop and Windows tablet. After shutdown the machine and turned it back on, got the error no bootable drive. I downloaded cloudready and installed via usb flash, everything work.


I downloaded Youtube app and youtube music app from playstore but when I open youtube app it loads for a second and says connect to the internet, when I click on retry it loads and come back to the same screen. Similarly, in youtube music, it asks me to sign in but when I click on sign in, nothing happens. I am not sure whst is the issue, my internet is working fine. Please help. I want to use real youtube app instead of chrome youtube.


Hi! I am trying to download chrome os for my school, about 40 dell laptops, and I really need this to work. Ive seen these exact same steps in a youtube video from someone else, and as soon as I go to download the linux cinnamon mint, there is no link. It is currently at Linux mint 20, but I found the linux mint 19.3, when I click on it, and click on cinnamon 64 bit, it does not download, i am brought to a page that says download mirrors and gives me a long list of other links. I really need help.


Nice job! Must have taken hours to write that very helpful review. It's worth it though, the Venue 8 Pro was ahead of its time - the hardware was willing, but the software (Win 8.1) wasn't. With 10, version 1709, it's sweet.These points were really helpful:The accelerometers aren't working, so you have to work in portrait mode.The touchscreen doesn't work.It's funny that the MSFT Windows installation media doesn't have these basic drivers. I've update tons of older laptops, plus stuff like the Latitude 11 tablet, that were a lot easier - they are ready to go with wifi, at least, which means they self "heal" if fundamental drivers like touch are missing. The 5830 (Venue 8) was a bit of a challenge.BTW I was able to complete the install with an unpowered, dual-port usb adapter hooked to the OTG adapter. I used Assistive/On Screen Keyboard for typing.What saved me at the end - I hadn't stumbled across your article - was going to the Dell support page and scanning and downloaded the chipset driver. I DID download it to a separate USB - that's how I got wifi working - but didn't install it, thinking the Win Update tool would do a better job (it usually does).Now let's see if its bug free. I updated a different 5830 purchased new, but I think I still have those wasteful 2g & 6gb Dell recovery partitions. On this one, I erased all the partitions as part of the clean install, and reclaimed that wasted space.


Thanks for this guide, it helped me get 10 going on my tablet as well.A few hiccups I ran into:I had to disable bitlocker on my tablet before it would let me do anything. I did this in the command line, worked great, took about 10 minutes to unencrypt my drive. Save your bitlocker key from inside windows 8 to do this.The Dell drivers for the Intel Z3000 often failed to download all the way, randomly cutting off. I ended up searching for the file name in google and downloaded the drivers from the New Zealand Dell site and they worked fine.


If you already have a USB stick with dual connections....i.e. Micros-USB B and USB A-Type that can directly attach to the tablet, download the drivers from Dell as above...extract all the inf, cat and sys files into one "Drivers" folder and inject these into your Windows 10 installation media on your USB stick using powershell/dism. Google something like "How to Inject Drivers into a Windows 10 WIM/ISO Install Image?" for a guide. Basically, inject your drivers into the boot.wim and install.wim(once coverted from install.esd). Inject into both Index 1 and 2 for the boot.wim. Injecting these drivers gave me touchscreen support at the setup stage (boot.wim) and within the installed windows OS (install.wim) so i didnt need a usb hub or mouse/keyboard. Thank you for this guide though, it got me going in the right direction :-) 041b061a72


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