Nov 30, 2015

Download latest BIOS upgrade file for Pipo W9 Tablet



BIOS upgrade file
Download latest BIOS upgrade file for Pipo W9 Tablet from here, here or here

Archive content 'W9-BIOS-10-14-NOLOGO' (3.2 MB):
- fptw.exe
- I8316_EDP_V1.7.6_R008_LogoDefault_20151014.bin


Caution: Please do not update firmware unless you know what you are doing, you really want it or it is absolutely necessary. Firmware updates may occasionally have bad results, like bricking your device, temporarily or permanently. The firmware update process is done entirely at your own risk. Before attempting to update the firmware, back up your data.

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3 comentarii:

Nate said...

I need help. I restored my PiPo W9s (which look like the above picture but is not a tablet. it is a netbook capable laptop) to factory settings with the windows 10 "Reset PC" function. The restore did not restore all the devices on the computer. The device manager shows man devices missing drivers. Could a good Samaritan make a windows recovery image and provide me link to the winre.wim file so that I can restore to an image containing the drivers? The recovery image on a hidden partition did not contain support for the drivers. They are also not on the PiPO website. I've contacted them but they want me to ship it back to them rather than provide the files. Shipping to China from USA and back is costly in time and money.

Thanks,
Nate

Steven Court said...

did you sort your drivers out I have the same issue.

Nate said...

Steven,
Yes I did get the software issues sorted out! It took weeks back and forth with tech support. They finally gave me a website to download the software from. After solving account creation issues I downloaded the software over many nights over a very slow link. I wrote some installation instuctions. The initial instructions were in chinese. You will need an 8 GB or greater USB flash drive. For the moment it (7.2 GB) is all posted here:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5rcXuH3vX0_a2NBVndYY1FDeVk

If you have trouble let me know,
Nate

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