Win 7 Ultimate x OS Windows 7 Ultimate X You must log in or register to reply here. It would be great if you could help. I’m using an Acer Aspire z. Why would nvidia have anything to do with storage – Are we talking about a chipset driver. Wrong version of uninstaller.
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Thanks Thrax – I didnt need to know – but it was interesting. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Under the “other devices” the coprocessor’s driver apparently is not installed. All times are GMT It did mention something of the video driver though I had x05n installed coprocesor current video driver from nvidia and it did not fix the problem.
Joined Feb 23, Messages Reaction score I have found no drivers or software, or updates. Originally Posted by scirocco thanks for the fast reply.
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Windows 7 Ultimate X You are running a 32bit version of nvidia uninstaller on a 64 bit system binary type I Setup will now exit. I was searching desperately for Win7 64 bit, that’s why I wasnt finding anything Cheers mate! It can’t find a driver online. Hope this helps all of you.
Similar help and copfocessor threads. The above is found in my Device Manager under “Other Devices” You must log in or register to reply here. Thanks for the link Thrax, but i am still unsure as to how to resolve the issue. Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies.
Coprocessor in Device Manager error Here is what I did. The time now is Do you think there is something not functioning properly or could it be a false report Perhaps you could run a coproceseor on the CPU to see if it reports something on the Coprocessor. This installed the chipset right.
I have installed windows 7 about 6 times aeus on a dv and everytime this took care of the problem. Find More Posts by scirocco.
Coprocessor in Device Manager
Code 28 There is no driver selected for the device information set or element. You can try the Vista drivers for the coprocessor, or you can write it off as a device that HP does not yet support. Why would nvidia have anything to do with storage – Are we talking coprpcessor a chipset driver. Originally Posted by scirocco Hi Guys! I don’t know first, does the PC need that driver?
Anyone care to elaborate? Coprocessor in Device Manager. You have 64 bit Windows and unfortunately Asus only has that for 32 bit.
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