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FifteenJr
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Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit dv2000 (dv2125nr) Drivers

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I'm missing coprocessor, two base system devices, and a "Unknown device" drivers in Device Manager, and in the action center it says I need to Address a problem with my memory card reader by installing drivers and to install my graphics card driver. Is there any like, public beta drivers for Windows 7 for me?
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Hi,

For coprocessor and base system device You will use Your Vista drivers to this model.

coprocessor:

NVIDIA nForce Chipset here (install and reboot)

 

two base system devices:

Ricoh 5-in-1 Card Reader here

 

If there will be any problems with instalation of any of this two files try compability mode. All informations about it You will find here.

 

Unkown device:


Go to Control Panel -> Devices Manager

Click with right button of Your mouse on Unkown device and choose properties. Then go to bottom details and paste here Hardware Ids. This way we will know what it is.

 

Below You've got example how to do it:

 

Device ID

Device ID

Device ID

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ACPI/HPQ0006

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I'm guessing thats the QuickPlay buttons.

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HP Quick Lunch Buttons here (ver 6.50.5.1)

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Hello I have some of the same problems here. I have two Base Devices left to add deivers for that I have no clue what they are. could you please help me. Thanks for the help so far the above drivers works great. By th way I am runing windows 7 64bit

 

 

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@ToddH

 

Hi,

You need to install driver for card reader.

You will find it in below guide:

Windows 7 Upgrade Guide for dv2000 models

 

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Hello!

I have a laptop HP DV2000 effect. Product information: HPDV2000, core i3, I bought six months. my computer hard drive stops working, was dynamic. Win7 can not modify. Now I do not knowwhat to do for my computer at all. you can help me fix my computeris not. you can send me a recovery home base 7 win for me! if so, Ithank you very much. I would love to use the products of Hpproduction. thank you very much
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@tusthan

 

Hi,

Please write your notebook product number (p/n). You'll find it at the bottom of the laptop on a sticker.

Resource:
How to Locate the Notebook product number (p/n)

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