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dv6605us coprocessor problem

Upgraded to 7 Professional 32 bit and get error message for coprocessor. nForce 630M chipset w/ NVIDIA GeForce 7150M disply adapter. I tried downloading the driver from NVIDIA, still get error. Any help to clear this up will be appreciated.

 

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Re: dv6605us coprocessor problem

Hi,


Chuck_W wrote:

Upgraded to 7 Professional 32 bit and get error message for coprocessor. nForce 630M chipset w/ NVIDIA GeForce 7150M disply adapter. I tried downloading the driver from NVIDIA, still get error. Any help to clear this up will be appreciated.

 

Hardware Ids:

PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0543&SUBSYS_30CF103C&REV_A2
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0543&SUBSYS_30CF103C
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0543&CC_0B4000
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0543&CC_0B40


 

Try updating from Windows update. Very frequently one will find the drivers there. The information you posted does identify it as an NVIDIA coprocessor. Are you also showing ACPI driver not installed?

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erico 

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Re: dv6605us coprocessor problem

You need to update NVIDIA nForce AR chipset drivers. Try Vista drivers for your model from HP support site. They should work okey.

 

Other you might need (if you have):

- SD card reader (from HP support)

- Audio (from Windows Update) & Display (from NVIDIA site)

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Re: dv6605us coprocessor problem

erico,

 

Tried the Windows Update, failed w/ code 80070006

 

All other drivers are installed, no problems other than coprocessor.

 

lukevader,

 

I'll try the Vista drivers

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Re: dv6605us coprocessor problem

Vista drivers won't install...."not Vista operating system."
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Re: dv6605us coprocessor problem

HI,


Chuck_W wrote:

erico,

 

Tried the Windows Update, failed w/ 

 

All other drivers are installed, no problems other than coprocessor.

 

lukevader,

 

I'll try the Vista drivers


 

Was there another number before the  code 80070006 ?

 

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Re: dv6605us coprocessor problem

That was the whole number, no others.
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Re: dv6605us coprocessor problem

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Hi,

Is this the NVIDIA web page that you downloaded the driver from?  GeForce Release 179 Supports your chipset and video chip for Windows 7.

 

Please post your results here in your thread.

 

regards,
erico 

Message Edited by erico on 11-16-2009 11:16 AM
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Re: dv6605us coprocessor problem

Yep, that's the one . I tried it again and the coprocessor is still a problem.
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Re: dv6605us coprocessor problem

Try this if it helps, go to device manager and update the driver manually choosing an update from disk. Goto SMU folder and choose the file. Try both Vista and 7 versions if the other won't work.
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