AERO 15X (i7-8750H) Windows 7 drivers

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  1. fredder

    fredder Newbie

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    Been trying to get Windows 7 to work on my new AERO 15X (i7-8750H) for a week now, no luck. Drivers issues. All I have working is the wireless. No problem using Windows 10, I just hate using Windows 10 and can't get any work done.
    I'm willing to pay anyone who can help me get this done. Maybe via teamviewer.

    Please help me if you can.
     
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    fredder Newbie

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    $200 to anyone who can help me get windows 7 drivers working. I'm desperate :/
    Windows 10 just sucks, nothing I tried so far works, it's just a slow version of windows.
    Read and watched so many tutorials on how to tweak it for best performance, registry tweaks, gpedit tweaks, services tweaks, disabled and deleted useless system apps like cortana and edge via PE. Nothing works.
    From what I read so far, most drivers can be installed on windows 7 by editing inf files, no luck so far.
     
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    steakikan Notebook Consultant

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    Doubt it, support for windows 7 is gone after Kaby Lake.
     
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    jhxrc Notebook Enthusiast

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    "Driver issues" means you have installed win 7 on your rig, right?
    If so, you'll have several ways to work out driver problems.
    1, if wireless driver doesnt work, find the wireless card model fitst and download the driver from the make's web
    2, if still unable to fix the problem, try drivergenius and your driver will be downloaded and installed automatically.
     
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