They only support the original operating system that came with the PC. I installed all the necessary drivers for this PC and everything seems to be working okay, but under Device Manager it shows one device that is “Unknown Device” This Unknown device is listed under Other Devices category. Mike on 9 Apr Adric Nov 30, The ACPI specs are set and standardized, but every bios may actually implement what it wants and there can be minor and major differences between how it is implemented. Agere Systems Softmodem Audio: So here is what I know about the HALs on XP — win 7 and vista I have not had a need yet to dig into, so they may or may not be the same.
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Try getting rid of it with device manager or uninstalling it with the programme removing device or CCleaner as that will get rid of duff shortcuts and other unneeded files. Unknown Device Properties – Location: I fixed it, WoOt!
Log in or Sign up. Well I installed a program called Unknown Devices and it shows this as: I’m going on this http: SullyJul 29, Notice in that forum post how the guy was telling you how to use the F5 key during install?
HP Pavilion model an. DasFoxJul 27, In the power settings of windows 7 I noticed that you could throttle the cpu and do some stuff with the fans. Intel Pentium 4 3.
Jan 12, Posts: Sinner on 9 Apr Weatherlawyer on 10 Apr DasFoxJul 24, Hmm so now what to do But — the trick is isn’t there always a trick? Anyone remember when you shut down how the screen would say “You may now safely turn the computer off”?
Defices username or email address: Nothing that can’t be fixed really.
They only support the original operating system that came with the PC. I installed all the necessary drivers for this PC and everything seems to be working okay, but under Devicees Manager it shows one device that is “Unknown Device” This Unknown device is listed under Other Devices category.
GlobalForceJul 26, I decices be interested dsvices see just what this is about when I get to work tommorrow and take a look at it. PNF I thought maybe if the chipset drivers would install this would resolve it, but can’t get them installed Whether or not the driver will work with a given BIOS is really anyones guess.
If you put the xp cd in would it not find the driver for it from that as it says it has a Microsoft listing?
Inside the computer is untouched. So I reinstalled Windows and of course the chipset drivers installed and this time it appears as: SullyJul 27, Mike on 10 Apr GlobalForceJul 28, Actually, the forum post above where the guy was talking about F5 and the wrong HAL being able to repair is next to zilch — this is false. I flashed the bios and it didn’t help