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When you install a driver through the device manager, you can only select .inf files. They are the core of a driver. Some hardware (usually printer drivers) require additional software to be installed. Installing the additional software is much easier (and userfriendly through a normal software install than an .inf installation. The problem with .inf is ...


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This file was removed in Linux 3.4, commit f05e798ad4c0; its contents have been moved into various other headers. It's possible that just removing the #include <asm/system.h> might work, but it's much more likely that your driver is simply incompatible with current Linux versions.


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PLEASE READ THE README files on the AMD site Direct from AMD: http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/latest-catalyst-windows-beta.aspx Starting with AMD Catalyst™ 14.6 Beta, AMD will no longer support Windows 8.0 (and the WDDM 1.2 driver) Windows 8.0 users should upgrade (for free) to Windows 8.1 to take advantage of the new features found in the ...


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Probably here, ish. The trick (lately) has been getting Apple software update to start bothering to get the HP drivers - once it's got them it seems to update them, but it's utterly stupid about going and getting them the first time for the past several months, at least. The link is to an apple knowledgebase article that includes an Hp Printer Software ...


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Dell Client System Update The Dell Client System Update (DCSU) application provides update capabilities for Dell™ OptiPlex™, Latitude™ and Dell Precision™ client platforms. DCSU is locally installed on the target system. It includes support for retrieving and installing updates for BIOS, drivers, and system software released by Dell. Dell ...


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Here’s your model’s support site. It’s the very first result on Google. It would be unusual if no such thing existed, considering how the device has all the latest hardware. All the necessary drivers, including drivers for both Intel HD Graphics and NVIDIA Graphics, are available there. If you don’t trust HP, you could’ve easily acquired the driver on ...


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You might want to check this reference for WebGL as referenced by Google's support page. It's disabled (by default) in some cases for stability and conformance purposes. However, it doesn't mean that the card doesn't support it at all. I believe you can enable/force enable them, depending on the situation.


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The Kernel is fine. The last driver which is called before your Widows crashes is netr28x.sys which is the Ralink 802.11 Wireless Adapter Driver. But it doesn't necessary mean that this driver caused the corruption. ******************************************************************************* * ...


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I had the same problem while ago. I assure you that your AMD card is not working properly, even not showing any problems in device manager. The diference between me and you is that I am on a Dell computer. What I did was installing the drivers from leshcatlabs. You will need to do a clean up first (you can find it under UNIFL>SUPORT>MANUALS). Leshcat gets ...


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As you are unable to connect your Windows 7 to any network (WiFi or Ethernet) you will need to obtain the drivers using an alternative method. Luckily, you have Ubuntu installed in a dual-boot configuration. If your Ubuntu has Internet connectivity I would recommend that you: Download the Windows Ethernet (or WiFi) drivers for your laptop using Ubuntu. ...


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According to Epson the drivers are included with Windows. This is half true -- they are available from MS via Windows Update. Use the Add Printer wizard to add the printer manually, and when you get to the part about choosing the driver, hit the "Windows Update" button to have it go get more drivers. This will take a while. Once it's loaded, look under ...


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From this question via "incompatible types when assigning to type ‘int’ from type ‘kgid_t’", try installing firmware-ralink before building (when in doubt, always search for the compiler error message): sudo apt-get install firmware-ralink Failing that, go with your last idea of purchasing a device known to work with Mint by default (which you may wish to ...


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The Vendor+Product code 148f:7601 displayed by lsusb is info enough. By looking up WikiDevi, we can see your dongle is a TP-Link TL-WN727N v4, or a Shenzhen Ogemray Technology GWF-7A05. In any case, rt2800usb is not the appropriate driver: the command # modinfo rt2800usb | grep 148F | grep 7601 which searches for Vendor and Product code of your dongle ...



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