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Daniel_Potyrala
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Re: unknown acpi driver ACPI\ENE0100

@raddadi

 

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Please write your notebook product number (p/n), which system are you using and country of purchase.

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Vegah-bsb
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Re: unknown acpi driver ACPI\ENE0100

I just instaled Windows 8 Pro - 64 bits on my TX2510us (p/n  FE912UA#ABA), purchased in the US.

 

After install, Windows 8 shows "driver not available" status, even after windows driver online search by troubleshooting.

 

The Windows 8 Device Manager show "Unkown Device" with the following info:

 

ACPI\VEN_ENE&DEV_0100
ACPI\ENE0100
*ENE0100

 

HP Online Support and Drivers only shows options up until Windows 7.

 

How could I go about installing a driver for this CIR device on my PC ??

 

Thanks up front,

Cristian

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Re: unknown acpi driver ACPI\ENE0100

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Hi,

Have you tried to use the Windows Update?

 

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Re: unknown acpi driver ACPI\ENE0100

Yes, I have run windows update many times since istall. Have tried the upgrade optinon in Device Driver and the device is still listed as Unkown Devices under Other Devices.

 

Would there be a direct download of this driver available by HP?

 

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Kyle_W
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unknown acpi driver

Try running the HP Support Assistant to see if it can detect any missing drivers. Here is the link: http://goo.gl/SeV0F
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Vegah-bsb
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Message 16 of 31 (23,195 Views)

Re: unknown acpi driver

I installed the HP Support Assistant, ran the updates, no issue detected, but driver wasn't installed. Any other ideas ?

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caste
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Message 17 of 31 (21,143 Views)

Re: unknown acpi driver

I have same problem with my notebook dv62193el, where I have installed windows 8 enterprise.

I try different driver program:  driver max, driver genius.  But nothing to do. the problem persist.

Thanks in advance.

 

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italya12
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Registered: ‎01-10-2013
Message 18 of 31 (20,164 Views)

Re: unknown acpi driver


Nunkistar wrote:

I have got a Pavilion TX2500 with an unknown driver

Can anybody help me solving this one.

 

The details of this unknown driver are:

ACPI\ENE0100

*ENE\0100 

 

Running Windows 7 RC 64 


 

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AttackofZaq
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Message 19 of 31 (20,107 Views)

Re: unknown acpi driver

Hello italya12.

Please try this driver.  Let me know if it helps.  

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Message 20 of 31 (19,893 Views)

Re: unknown acpi driver

Thanks a bunch, that solved the same issue for me. I'm running Windows 8 Pro 64-bit on a HP DV5-1153ei

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