i have a 200gb sandisk

beerbarian
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November 28th, 2017, 3:10 pm

I've more or less given up all hope. :x
It seems the "Fall Creators Update" (1709 build 16299.64) really was the final nail in the coffin for the iffy and broken support that Windows 10 32-bit had for the SD host controller subsystem in these tablets.
I've tried all manner of messing about, booting with allowing unsigned driver loading enabled etc. etc. and I could not force it to load any down-revision driver for "SD Storage Class Controller" which has error code 10 any time an SD card is inserted.
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January 1st, 2018, 7:32 pm

Hi,

I have finished new ISO, I injected all my working drivers into. Fall iso does force latest, you just need to downgrade as I have previously stated in my other thread.
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January 4th, 2018, 7:16 pm

The driver downgrade steps do not work on latest Windows release.
I have followed the steps numerous times, to the letter.
Are you running latest Windows release and able to run those old drivers successfully? That's all I really want to know.
Does one have to wipe and reload Windows using your iso?
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January 5th, 2018, 9:28 am

beerbarian wrote:The driver downgrade steps do not work on latest Windows release.
I have followed the steps numerous times, to the letter.
Are you running latest Windows release and able to run those old drivers successfully? That's all I really want to know.
Does one have to wipe and reload Windows using your iso?
Yes, as I too found out, system randomly hangs, BSOD's stating sdbus fail and long loading.
Drivers I have found a few days ago, seem to solve it 100%. Been testing and they are looking promising. System is much faster at booting and sees card all the time. Copying to card, it doesnt disconnect. Getting nice speeds of 40 - 80 mb/s. Will do some more testing to tonight and upload on weekend.
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January 5th, 2018, 3:49 pm

Sounds positive and promising, thanks for keeping the torch of hope burning :D
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January 6th, 2018, 12:11 am

beerbarian wrote:Sounds positive and promising, thanks for keeping the torch of hope burning :D
SD Host / Controller Drivers - Revised 5/1/18

To solve problems with large SD cards.

SD Drivers

Install the following with "have disk" in update driver.

1)Update Driver Software.
2)Browse My Computer for driver software.
3)Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer.
4)Have Disk.
5)Browse.
6)Point to correct folder as detailed below.
7)OK.
8)Next.

It will now install the driver, if it says its not signed, ignore and install.
If it asks to restart / reset, say NO. Change all drivers then restart.

SD host adapters, Intel SD Host Controller (there is 3 of them, do same for each).
Use sdbus.inf_x86_c83c0a6e5a47667c folder.

Storage controllers, SD Storage Class Controller (there is 2 of them, so same for each).
Use sdstor.inf_x86_f47e19133e18faa2 folder.

Also make sure "USB Selective Suspend" is disabled and the device "Allow computer to shut down device" unticked.
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February 19th, 2018, 9:45 pm

I don't know how you can continually claim this works because I just tried your install ISO and these drivers and they just don't work!
Also the screen shot you have for USB selective suspend settings don't seem relevant to Windows 10 on this hardware.
The steps for power management for the USB items in device manager are relevant but I couldn't see a way to create a power plan besides this:
https://imghost.io/image/ydH2Q
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February 19th, 2018, 10:33 pm

beerbarian wrote:I don't know how you can continually claim this works because I just tried your install ISO and these drivers and they just don't work!
Also the screen shot you have for USB selective suspend settings don't seem relevant to Windows 10 on this hardware.
The steps for power management for the USB items in device manager are relevant but I couldn't see a way to create a power plan besides this:
https://imghost.io/image/ydH2Q
Well I have been using these drivers since I created iso and never had one disconnect. On latest iso, there is only one other driver in list, should start with Version 6.x.xx.x. Select that one and it will work fine.

If you disable Connected Standby, then you can alter extra settings. Then you can re-enable Connected Standby and settings you changed with stay, even if you cant see them.
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February 19th, 2018, 11:37 pm

It's not a disconnect problem I'm having, the device is just not recognised at all when inserted because of this driver error

https://imghost.io/image/ydyZo

If I try to change the driver for that from just what's cached in your install, it's these two
https://imghost.io/image/ydvtT

And if I try to update the SD host controller it gives this bigger list
https://imghost.io/image/yd125

So this Connected Standby change is a reg hack I've just read:
http://www.itprotoday.com/management-mo ... ed-standby
Will it really make any meaningful difference to having Windows recognise the SD controller?
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February 21st, 2018, 12:13 am

beerbarian wrote:It's not a disconnect problem I'm having, the device is just not recognised at all when inserted because of this driver error

https://imghost.io/image/ydyZo

If I try to change the driver for that from just what's cached in your install, it's these two
https://imghost.io/image/ydvtT

And if I try to update the SD host controller it gives this bigger list
https://imghost.io/image/yd125

So this Connected Standby change is a reg hack I've just read:
http://www.itprotoday.com/management-mo ... ed-standby
Will it really make any meaningful difference to having Windows recognise the SD controller?
Hmm, well it is odd. The bigger list shows the V6.xx.xx.xx drive im using. 64Gb and below have never had any issues at all, regardless of windows version. Your also wrong, lots of people have used the drivers I linked to on this forum and it has helped.
The only other thing I have done is format cards as ExFAT. Simply due to the card manufacturers specifying that is the only way to get quoted high speeds.
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