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02-28-2012 05:27 PM
First, install the chipset driver and reboot.
You only gave me the ID's for the card reader driver which is at the link below.
You will need to click on all of the devices with the little yellow ! marks and get the hardware ID's from them after you install the above two drivers.
That will lessen the amount of device ID's you need to post.
There are more than just one model wireless card that could have gone in your notebook, which by the way is a HP Pavilion dv9910us Entertainment Notebook PC.
That is why I need the hardware ID's from each missing device.
02-29-2012 09:37 AM
HERE IS THE ETHERNET CONTROLLER INFO. THIS IS THE ONLY OTHER WITH THIS ERROR
02-29-2012 09:57 AM
Below is the link to the driver you need for the Atheros wireless adapter you have.
02-29-2012 10:35 AM
Thank you for this info. It worked perfectly. Only other issues I have is the webcam...This is not being detected at all. Is there a driver I need to download for this as well...there is no recognition in he device manager
02-29-2012 10:40 AM
I think you need to install this Cyberlink YouCam software in order for the camera to work.
04-22-2012 08:38 AM
I was working with my Pavillion dv7 2040 us. Suddenly the mouse stopped working. I hadn't changed anything (Windows was 1 month old, Laptop is 3 years old and no new software installation.
I then installed chipset, usb and storage device drivers from HP website.
Still not working.
Somebody please help
are hardware IDs
04-22-2012 08:50 AM
That is your JMicron card reader in need of drivers.
I don't think that should be affecting the mouse.
Try the latest touchpad/mouse drivers from Synaptics:
04-22-2012 10:02 AM
Thank you very much. I really apprecite.
First link solved the "Base system device" problem. Mouse was not working. Second one solved the mouse problem as well. Said there is another versian of synaptics. Installed it anyway and the problem is gone. Thx
04-26-2012 09:18 AM
I also have a Base System Device Driver Not Found but I don't think it is the card reader as the card reader shows up in Device Manager with no problem shown. Says PCMIA Card reader is a Texas Instrument-1260 Cardbus controller with UltraMedia (2 listed).
Here is the infor for Hardware IDS on Base System Driver Not Found:
PCI bus 2, device 4, function 2
This is Windows 7 on an older laptop which seems to run okay except for extended DVD/CD I/O operations, in particular writing DVD's on an external USB DVD device.