10-13-2015 01:20 PM
I've held back from updatng my Yoga 2 Pro to Windows 10 having read of numerous niggles and teething troubles over the last few months.
However I'm now seeing more reports from users who have solved the initial problems, and would like to go ahead and update.
I've seen a lot of different posts from users troubleshooting specific issues but I'd be really grateful to any users who could pass on recommendations and best practice for installation. Should I go through windows update, or download an ISO for fresh install?..should I go with drivers from windows update or lenovo support site....etc.
Thanks in advance
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10-13-2015 05:17 PM
For me I just updated through windows update and used the drivers that windows update installed. I didn't install any of the lenovo released ones as they all appeared to be the same or older version. I did make sure I was on the latest BIOS before updating.
06-04-2016 07:18 AM
Wilkster: thanks for all the details. (I cannot seem to give you Kudos, but I tried.)
I rarely use Windows but I did upgrade to Win10 a few days ago, before reading your post. Since I don't use it, I would probably not notice subtle problems.
I did notice that scrolling via two fingers on the touchpad stopped working. From the Device Manager, I asked for a touchpad driver update but the system said I had the latest. After much googling, I forced a driver re-installation (i.e. downloaded (same) driver and ran the .exe). That fixed the scrolling. Your approach was to use regedit, not something I like doing since the settings are undocumented.
DMTF seems to be a standards body. Probably you (or the firmware setup screen) is referring to one or more of their standards.