I have an HP DV6500 with an AMD TL-64 processor and the NVidea GeForce 8400M GS graphics card. It's the rs085av model.
I recently installed Windows 7 Pro 32 bit, and I managed to install all the drivers except for two items. It shows "Coprocessor" and "Unknown Device" as incorrectly installed. I don't know what the Unknown device is, but it might be my cd drive (slimtype DVD A DS8A1P ATA), which also isn't working. Also not working is my Ethernet port, which is on the motherboard.
So, if anyone knows what drivers I need to grab to get those to work, or if I need to reinstall the chipset, I would love to know.
Ok so I installed windows 7 on a Hp Pavilion dv6500 a couple of weeks ago and had lots of trouble updating drivers but this guy from this forum kindly helped me figure almost everything out, after a couple of days I tried to use some of my usb connections and none of them are working, it either says it can't be recognized or they just won't open at all, I really NEED to use my usb connections are right now and none of them are working.
im looking for a coprocessor driver for xfx a72p- 7509 motherboard or xfx 740a-sli to run on windows 7 64bit, id tried getting an update driver from nvidia, but didn't work and also allow win 7 to search automatically but still nothing.
I installed Windows 7 Beta Build 7000 (from official windows site, but i got a windows key from a friend of mine ^^) a couple of months ago, its all working fine.I recently installed the Windows 7 drivers available at Nvidia.com for my Nvidia 9500GT and got a noticable FPS boost.Today when I was just browsing some stuff i noticed that I had 2 driver errors:
USB Camera <-- old thing, bought it years ago, so screw that xD Coprocessor <-- No further information given O.o
so I tried to use the troubleshoot thing by rightclicking on my computer (with the yellow sign next to it ) and clicked Troubleshoot. It tried to reinstall the coprocessors drivers, but couldn't find earlier drivers so it failed.so now is my question: What the hell is my coprocessor? Could it be the onboard Nvidia geforce 7050? I personally doubt it becouse when installing Windows 7 it showed it had downloaded the WMD drivers from windows update for the 7050 and the 9500...
I have an AMD Phenom II X3 710 2,5 GhZ, and after fiddling around some in the device manager I notice that the "coprocessor" is unknown, and I can't find drivers for it.I've an nVidia 8200 chipset with plans on changing to AMD 890GX/SB850.As a sidenote I'd actually also like to hear the experience of you wise fellows if any has tried changing motherboard without reinstalling windows.
The drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28)
There is no driver selected for the device information set or element.
To find a driver for this device, click Update Driver.
The above is found in my Device Manager under "Other Devices" "coprocessors" . I have already tried to install drivers for my sound card (Win 7 drivers are available)but when I do , Im told they dont need to be updated, I have the latest edition. I assumed the coprocessor was my sound card because I dont have any sound. Im tempted to do a system restore ! My m/b is a MSI K9N2 Diamond.
I have an AMD athlon 64 x2 dual-core TK-53 processor but i can't find an driver for the coprocessor not even on the offical site. Windows say's in the device manager that it isn't working properly because there are no drivers installed.
I am getting this message... The drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28)
This is resulting in my laptop in crashing regularly and windows tries to recover the display driver.
I have a HP dv6525 with 7150M / nForce 630m - driver version 188.8.131.5248.
After installing the new drivers from Nvidia (195.62, 197.16 and then 258.19) I still have the drivers for this device and are not installed (code 28) error. I have tried to uninstall the driver and re-boot the machine and windows finds the hardware and I get the same error. When I updated the driver, I download the driver file, go into the extracted directory and run the setup.exe file. Then I go to the device manager and update the driver for this device and specify the directory for it to search on my hard drive. I have a GeForce 8400M GS video card and am running Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. My laptop is an HP dv9500z (Product GP347AV). I am running an AMD Turion 64 X2 2.2 GHz processor.
I recently did a clean install of windows 7 home premium (64 bit) on my notebook Hp Pavallion Dv6700z CTO. It came from Hp with Vista home premium (64 bit) installed. My processor is an AMD Turion 64 x2 Mobile technology TL-60 2.0 GHz (amd lists this as a dual core). It has 2.0 Gb ram w/ 64 bit OS. I am getting an error message which states...
Coprocessor-The drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28). I tried to have windows resolve the issue but it could not locate any drivers.I tried Microsoft support but after almost 2 hours and many driver installs they say they cant find a solution and its Hp's fault for not supplying drivers. I went through Hp they but its my problem because they dont support any OS updates so any help would be apprecited.
Got this MSI CR600 Core 2 Duo laptop today with 32bit Windows 7. Promptly installed an RC version of 64bit Windows 7 on drive D which enables me to boot in either version.
Downloaded Nvidia's laptop motherboard driver which got the sound and Video going. Performance Test rates this machine at 689.6 which is not bad. Only problem in Device Manger is an exclamation mark against "Coprocessor".
Any ideas on where to get the driver for this "Corprocessor?". Windows update did not help.
I've tried installing the Win7Vista 179.48 32bit beta drivers from nvidia and have had no luck. I've even installed them in Vista Compatibility mode. The only drivers available for Windows 7 at the HP support site are wireless drivers, and I've tried using older drivers supplied by them for Vista with no luck there either.
device manager showing coprocessor without drivers cant find what its supposed to be updates won;t install downloaded all relevant drivers from asrock and nvidia but still no luck .anyone any ideas what this could be?
I am missing three drivers in my device manager. They are listed under other drivers and when I look at the properties there is no information given as to what its for.The first two say base system device and the third one says coprocessor. None of them can be updated from the manager because it cannot find the drivers online. I believe the first two have to do with nvidea but everytime I try to download the driver it does not work. I have no idea if I am even on the right path. This is the last issue I am having from my windows 7