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Hp Omen 15-ce018dx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

While running the SP84071OmenCommandCenter-installer, there was a request about a 'ntf64X64.sys Realtek lightweight (NDIS6.40) needed

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Uninstall the old Omen software and the HP System Event utility.

Reboot.

Update Windows to the newest version of Win 10 (or at least to Win10 ver:1909 if you can).

 

Then install these files...

  1. Omen installer driver... sp105943.exe
  2. Get OMEN Gaming Hub - Microsoft Store
  3. Get HP System Event Utility - Microsoft Store
  4. OMEN Command Center SDK Package sp110380.exe

Run Windows updates again, click the Check for Updates button even if it shows its up to date.

Reboot and run the Omen gaming hub (formerly Omen Command Center).

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May I ask why you are installing that old download that isnt used anymore?

Did you reinstall Windows? How did you reinstall the OS if you did?

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Was thinking maybe there's a way it could help with the system heating issues and also improve gaming experience.

 

I restored windows from recovery

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Uninstall the old Omen software and the HP System Event utility.

Reboot.

Update Windows to the newest version of Win 10 (or at least to Win10 ver:1909 if you can).

 

Then install these files...

  1. Omen installer driver... sp105943.exe
  2. Get OMEN Gaming Hub - Microsoft Store
  3. Get HP System Event Utility - Microsoft Store
  4. OMEN Command Center SDK Package sp110380.exe

Run Windows updates again, click the Check for Updates button even if it shows its up to date.

Reboot and run the Omen gaming hub (formerly Omen Command Center).

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Overheating? Depends on what your idea of high temps are. Make sure the vents are cleaned out. Blow air into them to break any dust loose. If its really bad, you would have to take the laptop apart for a more thorough cleaning.

 

IF for example you are reaching into the 90s consistently while gaming and the game hub is not able to help, you might have to run a tool like Intel's XTU program and under-volt the CPU.

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Thanks for the solution on the command center

 

Although I noticed you said its was old...is there a new, better alternative 

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The links I gave you that you marked as the Solution, are the new versions.

The original drivers page for your model is old and no longer of much use.

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Noticed an issue with the command center...I've been trying to update/download the drivers in the command center but it'll download, restart do all those stuffs...but still wont update 

 

Even tried looking for fix but  fix online  but none so far

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Dont download from within the Command Center.

Follow the instructions I gave above to uninstall and reinstall. If you do that, you shouldn't be getting anymore notice to update files in the command center hub.

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