I recently added an update to one of my most popular articles here at WindowsObserver concerning the clean install process for two NuVision Windows 10 based tablets. The manufacturer had relocated the driver downloads for their older Windows tablets because they were in the process of updating their download center for those drivers. At least that is what a company rep told me via phone support when I called looking for the drivers because my articles link were showing them as not being found on their original page.

That updated address did allow me to access those drivers and I was able to document and perform that clean install last fall without issue. I added the updated link to the drivers and moved on from that challenge.

However, in recent days I have been getting emails from readers stating that the updated download page is still there but any attempt to download drivers from the included links is now failing to find those drivers. I went and checked things out and this was in fact the case.

This is disappointing because I imagine there are a lot of folks with these two specific tablet models. The TM101W610L Solo Draw 10 inch tablet and the TM800W610L 8 inch tablet were sold at significant discounts through the Microsoft Store a couple of holiday seasons ago. A lot of folks bought them but now it appears support is being deprecated by their manufacturer.

That is unfortunate because there is a lot of life left in these devices.

When the Windows 10 April 2018 Update was released back in early April I was able to easily do in place upgrades on both of those tablets thanks to updates made during the Redstone 4 development process.

While all of this is great there is now an issue for owners of these two popular tablets. No driver downloads means no clean installs because several of the drivers on each device are not included in the box with Windows 10. Like many of you I did not save those downloads so they are not available as a backup even on my own network storage drive where I keep things like that for posterity.

So at this point I seemed to recall that there was a way to back-up third party drivers on a Windows 10 based device using PowerShell. Off I went in search of this magic elixir and I found this article at Microsoft’s Windows IT Pro Center on how to use the PowerShell command Export-WindowsDriver.

So I went to my TM101W610L and TM800W610L, fired up PowerShell as an Administrator and ran this command:

Export-WindowsDriver -Online -Destination C:\Drivers

This command will extract all third party OEM drivers from your current Windows installation to a directory called C:\Drivers.

So I did this command on both the TM800 and TM101 tablets and extracted the entire batch of third party drivers for these two Windows tablets. I then saved them as zip archives and will make them available via this site with no guarantees of any sort – just as a service to my fellow TM800 and TM101 tablet owners. At least it helps prevent these two tablets from ending up on the scrap heap.

The names inside of these archives are a bit cryptic so my recommendation is that you just target the main directory when updating drivers after a clean install. In Device Manager check the block to look in sub-directories as well. Your Windows 10 system should be able to scan and find the right driver that you need.

Here are the direct download links from my download repository:

You can also access them on this download page.

If you have any questions let me know and enjoy your tablets once again!

P.S. If you use these drivers please let us know how they worked out in the comments below – thanks!


  1. Richard Fjeld

    Hello Richard Hay,
    I just found this posting about the NuVision tablet. I had just about given up on mine (10in). It choked on 1803 and won’t stop trying. A couple times, the download allowed me to put it on a USB drive, and it installed about 80% or better, when the battery gave out. I need to review, and catch up. I would like to know if a clean install will be at 1809 or not? Thanks in advance.
    Richard F.

    • Richard Hay

      If you create your install media using the 1809 version then it will indeed give you the October 2018 Update.

      • Richard Fjeld

        Richard Hay,
        (My apologies if I do not post correctly.) I want to say many thanks for sharing your knowledge and driver list with us for the NuVision Tablet. . I now have 1809 64bit up and running. For the benefit to others concerning the battery, it showed 56% remaining when I got done. The install did not take nearly as long as I anticipated. Words aren’t adequate when I say; thanks again.

        • Richard Hay

          Richard (great name) – you posted just fine and I am thrilled to hear of your success. Glad the information I shared provided the catalyst to help you get things up and running again on your tablet. They are really handy consumption devices to use as a second screen.

          • Richard Fjeld

            Thanks for the tip about using the tablet as a second screen. I have done some streaming of video to a TV with it nicely. A change of subject now; I am trying to reserve as much HD space as I can so don’t have such as Acronis or Aomei on it to look at partitions. Perhaps I need to learn to use diskpart? My point is, I wondered if the rescue partition was present after I did the clean install with version 1809. I hooked up the wired keyboard, pressed ‘shift and restart’, and the maintenance screen opened. With Office365 installed, I still have 10Gb of storage.

      • Ed Lewis

        Thanks so much Richard! Yes there are many out there with a partially-functioning Solo. I’m still trying the install you recommend, almost had it last time. The step by step pushes my limits but I think I can do it, Holiday today so I’ve got some time. Cheers

        • Ed Lewis

          The fix works! Nice piece of hardware once again. Hey NuVision, how about a self installing batch update?

  2. Chopper

    Very helpful post. My Solo 8 bombed on 1809 and could not fall back to 1803. Thanks to your posts and — more importantly — the driver file you provided (was unable to download from NuVision due to a problem on their server), I was able to install Windows 10 1809 cleanly and now have an updated, fully-functional tablet with the latest version of Windows. Thanks to those who posted the wifi fix, too. Needed that as well… cheers!

    • Richard Hay

      Thanks for sharing about the experience – glad you were able to get up and running. My Solo 8, Solo 10 Draw, and even the HP Stream 7 all did in-place upgrades. The Solo 10 Draw was not seeing the update though so I used the Upgrade Assistant to get the in-place upgrade rolling on that device.

      • Ed Lewis

        Thank you! I’m giving this a shot as “update” wiped my Mic, other things and caused my Solo 10 to be functionally useless. Mfg. Support is not useful …I didn’t know what to do with the drivers once they were unpacked. Claps for you, guy!

  3. Lou Anna Simon, PhD


    • Richard Hay

      I am glad this was helpful – thanks for letting me know.

      • Lou Anna Simon, PhD

        One more thing — there has to be a special place in Hades for MSFT .. to cause so much chaos .. let’s not get into Win10 Upgrade 1803 ..

  4. Zac

    Okay so how do I go about installing these drivers? I recently installed lubuntu on the system and realized that half the stuff doesn’t work and I have reinstalled Windows but I don’t know what to do with these files

    • Richard Hay

      Zac – after downloading the files you need to expand the compressed file either into a temporary directory on the tablet or you could put them on a USB flash drive and connect that to the tablet using a MicroSD to USB Type-A dongle. Then open the Device Manager to look for all the hardware items that have a yellow exclamation mark on them. Right click those one at a time, select Update Driver and then select Browse my computer for driver software. Select the directory where you have the drivers from the downloaded stored at and then select them to let the system look through that directory for the appropriate driver. Repeat this for each device in Device Manager marked with a yellow exclamation point. By starting with the wireless drivers you might be able to find many of the drivers through Windows Update and then install the remaining items through the process I just explained. Good Luck.

  5. Reo

    Can’t download. Keeps on Failed – Network error

    • Richard Hay

      Hey Reo – I just tested the downloads and both worked so it might have been a temporary issue when you hit the network error. Try again and let me know now it goes.

  6. Brad

    Thanks Richard for putting all this info together! Got one upgraded and working on a second now!

  7. sonny santiago

    Richard Hay are these drivers still available cause i been trying to download them for the past 3 days an by the time it reach around 25% the download fail

    • Richard Hay

      Yes they are still available and being actively downloaded by others without issue.

      • Wes

        Hey have you had or heard of phantom touch issues on the 610l?
        ive been having them and they are getting worse.

        • Richard Hay

          This is the first time I have ever heard of anything like that on that tablet. What happens when you see it? Maybe I can test and see if it shows up on my device? Thanks.

        • wesley house

          When it happens i get phantom touches all over the screen except where I am actually touching . mainly right don mid line of screen .

  8. Phil

    Hi Richard!

    Thanks for providing the driver files! The NuVision website is currently a complete mess, so you’re the only source for them right now.

    Additionally, I did have one minor issue with the WiFi drivers in your package. After a bit of sleuthing, I found a reference (https://forum.up-community.org/discussion/2492/i-found-a-working-windows-10-wifi-driver) to a set of working drivers that might be of help to others:


    Downloaded from the line with the following (left to right in the table):

    Broadcom – Other hardware – Broadcom 802.11n Wireless SDIO Adapter
    Windows 10 and Later Servicing Drivers for testing,Windows 10 Anniversary Update and Later Servicing Drivers
    Drivers (Networking)
    1.2 MB

    This downloads as a .cab file, so I just extracted the contents into a new folder with the other drivers you provided and did a ‘Have Disk’ with both of the Broadcom devices that hadn’t installed properly.

    So far so good! I’ll update if I run into any problems, but hopefully this is useful to others in the same boat.

    Keep up the great work!

    • Richard Hay

      Phil – thanks for sharing your experience with the wireless drive and the link to the download you located. I have no doubt that is going to help someone out since things are so unavailable from the NuVision website.

    • Irongin

      Thank you so much you’re my saver !!!

      • Richard Hay

        Glad to have them available for everyone.

    • Brad


      Thanks so much for this! Did the trick for 2 of these tablets I needed to upgrade!


    • Gab

      Thanks Phil! Upgrading from 1.596.12.0 to 1.596.12.1 as you described also solved the problem for me.

  9. Brit

    Hi, i was wondering if you could help me figure out what to do with the nuvision tablet regarding the article “HOW TO: CLEAN INSTALL WINDOWS 10 ON THE NUVISION WINDOWS 10 TABLETS” i wasnt able to comment there, so im commenting here.
    So after the clean install of windows my table wont respond to any touch, keyboard and mouse input. so im stuck on the windows setup part where it asks for region and stuff like that. do i need a driver? or what can i do to navigate my tablet

    • Richard Hay

      You have to use a hub to connect a USB keyboard and mouse to the device so you can continue the set up process. Once Windows is setup then you will need the drivers to make sure all the devices are working.

      • Brit

        Ok got through headache lol do you have any drivers for the TM800W560L by any chance?if not then thats ok i just dont understand why the manufacturers website would take them off

        • Richard Hay

          Congrats on sorting that part out. Unfortunately I do not have those drivers. I was only able to extract the drivers for the two tablets I had. However, you could try the drivers I have for the TM800W610L since that is the next one in line. They could work and at this point it can’t hurt to try. Some of the hardware is likely the same.

          • Brit

            yeah I called their customer service and they told me that they dont have any drivers for the tablet the only have a disc image for the whole operating system, but that it doesn’t contain any drivers… so they emailed me that. and in the email it was a disc image for the Model TM800W610L, so im going to try and use these drivers. thank goodness that you posted them here or i would have been screwed

        • Ahmed

          Hi Brit,
          I bought a used tm800w560l and it is broken because the old owner was trying to fresh install windows or may be was trying to make it dual boot. Anyways, the tablet will not boot into windows and I’m wondering if you can share a copy of the tm800w560l disk image you received from NuVision.
          Thank you,

          • Brit

            sure here is the link and decryption code, but theres a catch so the file is larger than 5 gbs so it may take a while to download but the service they use only allow up to 5 gb downloads. So after you downlaod 5 gigs it will make you wait 12 hrs before you can download the rest. Hope this helps you

            Link : https://mega.nz/#!XPxC2Ljb
            Code : !hfyAU6ziO3yHzFVG5FOF_GfNqL-41N66sVD0kjDsj2A

    • Richard Hay

      By the way, thanks for also letting me know you could not post on that older blog post. I have gone ahead and turned on comments for older posts so If you want to go there and comment that the process worked for you it is now possible. Thanks.


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