If you are using a Gigabyte motherboard and running win10 successfully or have run into issues, please post your basic hardware specs. What devices, drivers and from what source; Microsoft, OEM, 3rd party. Epson Wf 2540 Driver Windows 10. If your Windows installation was an upgrade ( win7, win8 or win 8.1 ), insider activated or clean ( not upgrade ). What platform, 32 bit, 64 bit, AMD or Intel, amount of ram, drive type ( physical disks size and how many) Raid, scsi, ide, type of video card, number in system. The reason for this information is from my own experience with windows 10 that driver support for some devices have been left out for the os or made so that the system does not perform well to force obsolescence even though the hardware is more then able to run it. Thanks to all that respond. Hi, The list you are requesting is a bit long, so just a few basic details.
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This machine works quite well with Win 10 RTM 10240, whether from a upgrade of Win 7 SP1, Win 8.1 (have done both}, or a clean install of 10240. It hasn't always been that way with some of the Previews, but is stable and performs well at the moment. EP45_UD3R Motherboard x64 Core2 Quad Q9650 (OC'd) added recently, to replace Core2 Duo E8200 (OC'd) HD4850 Gigabyte Radeon HD4850 Graphics 8GB Gskill 1033 (2x4) 3 Seagate Data HDDs. 2TB, 3TB, and 4TB.
No RAID 1 Corsair 120GB SSD for OS 1 HighPoint RocketU 1022A USB 3.0 Controller The machine for the most part is running drivers installed by Win 10 RTM, or that were retained through the upgrade. Some were original Gigabyte drivers, but a lot were using the hardware manufacturers drivers. You request seems like a thinly veiled rant against Gigabyte. Also your basic premise seems to be flawed (that because the hardware can support Windows 10, that if Gigabyte doesn't make work, Gigabyte is cheating you, no matter how old the motherboard is.) Microsoft can state that XXX is the minimum requirements to run Windows 10. But it is the minimum, not a guarantee that Windows 10 will work on that machine, or if it will run into problems or not. In a nutshell the hardware is only part of the picture, and the BIOS, and drivers and such are the rest.