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Win 7, No coprocessor driver

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Just installed Windows 7 & am seeing yellow triangle telling me there is no driver installed for my coprocessor.  Have HP Pavillion dv2315.
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To assist you with the appropriate driver, could you please give the product number and model number available on a sticker below your notebook.
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The Product Number is HP Pavillion dv2000

P/N RV324UA#ABA

Servie Tag dv2315NR

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Co-Processor driver is a part of chipset driver. here are the chipset drivers for your model:

http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/nForce/15.51/15.51_nforce_win7_32bit_whql.exe

 

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@ET-10,

 

Hi,

I've got one request to You. May You confirm then this drivers solved Your problem?

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Confirmed.  I installed the driver's, rebooted my computer and so far all seems OK.
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Yes this worked nice. We all want you to know how much we appreciate your time. Thank you

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Hi,

 

I have a dv2845se, what it happens, is that my computer is 64bits, and this solution is for 32bits.

 

Anyone could solve thisproblem

 

Please help

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Hi:

 

Try this W7 64 bit nForce chipset driver:

 

http://www.nvidia.com/object/nforce_win7_64bit_15.53.html

 

Paul

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