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MagicPinball
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Windows 7 and DV6500t (ICH8M LPC Interface Controller)

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I recently loaded (via dual boot) Windows 7 onto my HP dv6500t.  All went fine and all is working OK except for one issue.  In Device Manager, I have one unknown device.  Looking at its properties, it shows a location of: "ICH8M LPC Interface Controller - 2815" and the driver is unavailable.  I tried to use sp36881 (Intel Chipset Installation Utility for ICH8) from HP's site and this did not work.  Any help?
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Hi,

Try this drivers.

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Hi Daniel,

I tried your suggestion.  It didn't work.  I am still getting an unknow device in Device Manager.  (on Intel(R) ICH8M LPC Interface Controller - 2815)  Anything else?

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Go to Control Panel -> Devices Manager

Click with right button of Your mouse on each yellow sign 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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Well, I tried to paste from the snipping tool and it work.  I tried the "Insert/Edit Image" tool button and I can't get that to work. 

 

Anyway, here are the Hardware IDS you wanted:

ACPI\HPQ0006

*HPQ0006

 

I see that one of the IDs is ACPI.  My power features work OK.

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HP Quick Launch Buttons here
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Thank you.

 

OK.  That seem to work.  Now what magic chart gave you the map from those IDs to the Quick Launch Buttons?

 

Appreciate your help.

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