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Thorboy062309
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HP Pavillion DV6809WM, upgraded to Windows 7, missing one driver

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Under device Manager it is listed as coprocessor

I ran unknown devices and this is what it is finding for the hardware ID.  



* Windows Description - Coprocessor
* Hardware ID - VEN_10DE&DEV_0543&SUBSYS_30CF103C&REV_A2
* Device Category (Class) - Other devices
* Enumerator - PCI

* Detected Chip Vender - Nvidia Corp
* Detected Chip Device - <unknown, id=0543>
* Detected Vender - Hewlett-Packard Company
* Detected Device - <unknown, id=30CF>

* Device Status Flags - Detected, Unknown, Present, Not Phantom, Category Visable

i have looked and cant find much.  Any help pointing me the right way would be appreciated

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I am not certain on this but it may be the driver for HP Quick launch button??? Or did you install this driver? it may answer your question
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Funny thing is i got the message that i should look for solutions online and that doesnt work.  So when I restarted i just told it to run the program anyways.  The quicklaunch buttons do work just fine.  I did go ahead and reinstall the chipset just incase but that didnt solve it either.  Everything is working on the laptop I am just confused about what the coprocessor is.  

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Hi,

You need to install chipset drivers:

Nvidia chipset here (First install this and reboot. Don't install only Network Management Tools (v73.16) "Sedona" from this package)

 

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Hi, I have the same problem on my dv6809wm. Iinstalling nVidia chipset driver written by Daniel didn't help. The problem remains!
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@Tangense

 

Hi,

Reboot Your system and check again.

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I've had this same problem and found the answer on another forum here. What it amounts to is selecting "Browse for computer software" on the update driver window. In the "Search for driver software in this location" select the C:\ drive. Make sure "Include Subfolders" is selected and select next. 

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