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Acer veriton x4640g
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Device manager: ACPI\MSFT0101 (unknown)

i don't have any idea were I can get these driver...

pls HELP... 

 

 

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Hi,

 

Welcomd to HP support forum. HP does not own any Acer laptop. Please try:

 

      http://laptop-driver.blogspot.com.au/2016/07/acpimsft0101-intel-trusted-platform-for.html

 

Or go to Acer forum:

 

      http://community.acer.com/t5/Acer-Community/ct-p/en?profile.language=en&stoprd=true

 

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Hi, @shin18 :

 

Unfortunately, there is no W7 32 bit driver for that device.

 

If you switch to W7 64 bit, there is...you install this hotfix.  It is only good for W7 64 bit.

 

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2920188

 

Now...if you have to run W7 32 bit, check your PC's BIOS and see if there is a setting to turn off the Trusted Platform Module (TPM).

 

Unless you are running W7 Ultimate or Enterprise, that device has no value. 

 

It is only used for supporting Bitlocker on the W8.1 and W10 operating systems.

 

Only the W7 Ultimate and Enterprise versions support Bitlocker.

 

If you can't turn it off in the BIOS, and you can't install W7 64 bit, then you can just ignore the uninstalled device, now that you know what it is for.

 

 

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so it is not important if I turned it disable to bios?

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Not important at all.

 

Like I said, all that device does is allow the bitlocker funtion to work in W7 Enterprise and Ultimate, W8.1 and W10.

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I have Windows 7 Professional 32 bits. 

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Yes, so W7 pro does not support Bitlocker.

 

You may as well disable the TPM in the BIOS if you have such a setting so you can save a little system resources and have a error free device manager.

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