08-16-2015 05:38 PM
I was reading through the forum and see several posts similar but not specific to my issue. Please see screen shots of device ID's can anyone tell me what device or devices that it is referiing to? My card reader works so It most likly is not that the only things left In can think of are the quick start buttons or the camera?
Solved! Go to Solution.
08-16-2015 06:03 PM
It is the card reader...
It is a 5-in-1 reader and there can be 3 or more of those devices starting with the vendor ID of 1180
Vendor Search Results
Returning 1 match for: "1180"
Sorted by: Vendor ID
The Vista driver should work...
This package contains the driver for the Ricoh 5-in-1 Card Reader for the supported notebook models and operating systems.
File name: sp37809.exe
08-16-2015 07:47 PM - edited 08-16-2015 07:51 PM
Thanks that did it! I also had issues with the on-board WiFi adaptor it woud say it's connected and it would not go on the internet and often would say limited access no internet. I finally decided to use a USB WiFi adaptor and now I am up and running. Who would have thought a 2008 Vintage PC originally with Vista OS would be running Windows 10! If you have a solution for the On-board WiFi let me know I was using the Drivers that came with Windows 10 as well. Will the Vista drivers also work as well with the WiFi Link 4965AGN?
08-16-2015 08:07 PM
I just tried the solution here: http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Wireless-Internet-Home-Networking/HP-Pavilion-dv6928us-Intel-Wireless-W... by disabiling the "n" feature and I will see how it goes right now I am connected with the on-board WiFi.
08-17-2015 06:42 AM
You're very welcome, Bob.
If you run into any other issues with the wireless card, you could try the latest W7 wlan driver from Intel (if the driver version installed for the wireless card is older).
The second driver on the list is for 64 bit.
08-17-2015 10:45 AM
Thanks I have it in my download folder in case I need it so far things are working very well,with the exception of the touch pad I posted a question here: http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware/Synaptics-Touchpad-vs-Windows-10/m-p/5206202#M192481
08-17-2015 11:38 AM
The only suggestion I can offer would be to uninstall the touchpad driver W10 installed, reboot and try the synaptics touchpad driver which was recommended in the dv6000/dv9000 windows 7 upgrade guide.
If it works, then you will need to stop W10 from installing the W10 driver by hiding the update.
You can't hide windows updates anymore from within W10, but you can use this Microsoft tool to hide them.