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To correct this issue, I uninstalled Windows Mobile Device Center, right clicked and Uninstalled the USB Sync Cradle in device manager and scanned the PC for new hardware. This time, when the driver was installed Windows Mobile Device Center was installed at the same time as the driver. I think my issue was probably caused by me installing things in the ...


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A google search for "PCI/VEN_8086&DEV_4239&SUBSYS_13118086&REV_35" led me to this post on HP's support forum, can you try and see if one of those work for your device?


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I can't speak for any particular implementation of NTFS for Mac, personally I use Paragon & that's always been OK for me. Essentially it just enables write for NTFS. Mac can already read NTFS perfectly well [& can be persuaded to write with some tweaking, without adding a 3rd party solution, but is unsupported] Adding write support should not ...


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I had the same problem and I finally solved it - the cause of this problem is going to amaze you! :) I checked the drivers of both my video card and the built-in graphics card, they both seemed to be updated. then out of no reason at all I decided to go check the power saving settings (sleeping mode, screen poweroff etc..) and the thing I found was that ...


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It's possible to copy the files, but to actually use the drivers is a bit more complicated than that. You would need to not only copy them into the correct directory, but you'd have to register them as well. The best way to do this is to find and run the installers. Most of these drivers will be free from the company website and if they're not free no one ...


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This happens when you use an USB 3.0 port because Windows 7 doesn't support USB 3.0 by default. You have to inject the USB 3.0 drivers into the boot.wim with DISM to fix this error.


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It's possible using the Android debugging bridge, for example for WiFi and 3G/data: adb shell svc wifi enable adb shell svc wifi disable adb shell svc data enable adb shell svc data disable Other services can be enabled/disabled. Look at the list using: adb shell service list To toggle Airplane mode: adb shell am start -a ...


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I would suggest you to scan your pc using software like Malware Bytes, HijackThis and Combofix (and with your antivirus too). You can try to rename your file to something other too, like "a.exe" (maybe there's a name-related issue)


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Source The dreaded TOS1901 missing device on Toshiba Laptops (Fixed) Since Windows Vista 64-Bit was introduced, many Toshiba laptop owners have been left with a single Unknown Device in Device Manager. This device is the Firmware Linkage Driver. While this device does not appear to affect system performance; it is annoying to have one Unknown Device in ...


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You can easily do that by going to Control Panel > System > Device Manager When the device window opens, right click on problematic driver and choose Uninstall option. Once the process is finished right click on any driver and choose Scan for hardware changes option. Also you should check out for the latest available software for your Windows version on ...


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I found that switching off Bluetooth helped. It is on the same chip, but using a Bluetooth mouse and wlan makes the wlan crash every minute. Without Bluetooth it worked for a while longer. Still I get a few "deauthenticated" and "rekeying" messages and sometimes it recovers, sometimes I have to turn the wifi off/on in the system settings. Strange ...


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ok, so it really depends on how much RAM you are using regardless, you could be allocating alot of RAM before and after you add a GPU to your system but if you wasn't using the majority of your RAM anyway you will not really see any differences regarding performance.


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My ASUS N550 uses fn-F4 to brighten the keys progressively. fn-F3 to dim the keys progressively. The shortcuts work like this out of the box.


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Thank you Markus it works! Steps: Start Windows and connect device. It won't install properly so you have to edit ftdibus.inf and ftdiport.inf and replace PID_6001 to PID_0000 Reinstall drivers Open FT_PROG and load device. Change idproduct to 6001 and clic program.


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I run in the same problem. I programmed the correct Product ID using FT_PROG again. You need to edit the INF file of the FTDI driver, so the device with the wrong IDs is recognized by the driver. All seems to work fine for now using Linux -- the stick is recognized again. When I plug the stick back to a Windows system, the product ID is changed to 0000 ...


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Your experience is common with ATI drivers. The original driver had nothing to do with your laptop being slow. The built-in video uses an ATI chipset but it is not necessarily identical to a retail product. The computer manufacturer (Sony in your case), provided an OEM driver designed for what is inside your computer. ATI periodically offers updated ...


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I would also check the power. If your power fluctuates too much it can cause all kinds of weird, almost untraceable issues as this can change the bit state in the RAM, CPU, and even corrupt data on your hard drive as the read and write voltages are not quite what they should be. Check your motherboard's website for utilities that can check the voltages. ...


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It is always a better bet to stick with the drivers from the motherboard manufacturer. These drivers are known to work with your board's exact configuration (since most things that require drivers can be at least mildly customized.) And most BSOD issues are hardware related (thermal/mechanical/electrical.) If a driver were the cause of BSOD issues, the ...


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This is fixed in upstream http://git.kernel.org/cgit/linux/kernel/git/iwlwifi/iwlwifi-fixes.git/commit/drivers/net/wireless/iwlwifi/pcie/drv.c?id=4f08970f5284dce486f0e2290834aefb2a262189 I think you should open a ticket in launchpad if you don't want to patch the kernel by hand.


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Usually when dealing with Adapters that are not directly supported, the best option I have used is first to install a program called Ndiswrapper which allows Linux to use Windows drivers for wireless card support. After installing Ndiwrapper just Open the "Windows Wireless Drivers" service from the System -> Administration menu: Then locate a .inf file ...


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Scan for hardware changes is the method, you indicate having used that method and it hangs on the scan? That method is not usually required for proper detection. It is hanging on some device? For that you remove any extra things and scan , to attempt to detect what device may cause it to hang. It could be a "filter" or added driver thing in the driver ...


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Driver Timeout - basically you are overworking the system. You could try increasing the Timeout Detection and Recovery value (that page has a 'fix it for me' option), or try closing down programmes you are not actively using. Alternatively; Fixing the Nvlddmkm Error Has interactions covering Power setup, making sure the PCIe always running at full ...


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I just bought the Y50 too, pretty sweet huh. Aite so I just solved the problem. First of all, update your drivers to the latest one. Next, get Nvidia Inpector. Open the program, click the little wrench button and in profiles (top bar) look for the naruto game. Then delete it, (press the red cross). Idk how but this seems to work for me.


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The answer is wrong... the correct way to do this is to run the Certificate Manager and remove the certificate from the Trusted Publishers node.


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I have the old EOL version of profilic working under Windows Server 2012 R2 using the driver from this link https://www.sendspace.com/file/5m5afw For more details visit the site below (that is where i found the solution) http://social.technet.microsoft.com/forums/windows/en-US/3f8e22a0-52bc-431b-a901-292096b46131/prolific-comm-to-usb-driver-not-working My ...


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from the first click at Internet search engine I found your drivers ,Your drivers at that link HP Pavilion 500-280eo Desktop PC support Or may be there is some thing else I don't understand , thank you


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Source Wireless Networking What are the recommended settings for 802.11n connectivity? These are the default settings for IntelĀ® wireless adapters supporting 802.11n. These recommended settings can be found under the Advanced menu on IntelĀ® PROSet/Wireless Software. Learn how to access and configure advanced Wi-Fi adapter settings. On the ...


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After some fairly early phases of system startup, both the service manager process (services.exe) and the plug-and-play service (which lives in one of the svchost processes) are involved in starting and stopping drivers. This applies to drivers with a "Start" value of 2 or 3 in their registry entries. Your "can't connect USB" issue issue sounds as if the ...


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For some reason, on http://www.alcatelonetouch.com/global-en/products/mobile_broadband/ot-x500.html, the Windows 8 instructions (contains driver as well) seem to be posted only in Italian (grab aggiornamento-x500e-wind-per-supporto-windows-8.rar). Give it a try, it should work on 8.1 as well.


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Likely, your system somehow "misplaced" its C:\Windows\System32\drivers\*hid*.sys files. A normally functioning system can be expected to have the following files: hidclass.sys hidparse.sys hidusb.sys kbdhid.sys hidbth.sys hidir.sys mouhid.sys hidbatt.sys VMBusHID.sys There are two options for restoring any of these missing files. Copy the file from ...


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uninstalling the best driver (channel 13 support) [DW1520 Wireless-N Half-mini ] and installing windows [Broadcom 802.11n Network Adapter ] solved my problem special thanks to ChrisinNL [http://superuser.com/users/373162/chrisinnl]


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I found that Toshiba's European web site has Windows 7 drivers that are not available on their US site: http://www.toshiba.eu/innovation/windows7_drivers.jsp


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Source What can I do if my wireless devices don't roam between my wireless router and TP-LINK's AP and Range Extender products? How roaming works Roaming is purely a client decision. The wireless client is responsible for deciding it needs to roam, and then detecting, evaluating, and roaming to an alternative AP. WLAN standards bodies (such as ...


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It depends on the exact variant; the 430 is not one model but a series. In particular, variants with the "Mobile Intel GM45 chipset" do not have a "Radeon HD 6370M Graphics card".


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If you run DXDIAG and look at the Display tab you will see information about your GPU. Press Start Run Type DXDIAG and press enter Click Yes Go to the Display tab and post results here ~WinglessWinter


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You would have to open the laptop up and look, But by the look of it I doubt you have a dedicated graphics card as its rare for windows not to see hardware unless its switched off in the bios. if you bought it recently expecting it to have one I would contact HP, and ask them if the model you bought came with one, then if it doesn't ask if you can ...


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Connect your data card to the system. Right click on Computer and folloewed by Manage. Click on the Device Manager Find your device under Universal Serial Bus Controllers Click Enable if this in Disable mode.


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Use 7-zip or similar to open the installer - the driver files are usually in there. You can often extract all the files in the installer. Then go to add a printer in Windows, and follow the path to choosing a printer and say you have a disk. Then point this dialog at the folder to you extracted to, and Windows will give you a list of the printer drivers ...


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You can start to research the problem via this URL: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-gb/library/windows/hardware/ff559188%28v=vs.85%29.aspx Good starting point


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Did you created the RAID at all yet ? You need to create a cluster before attempting to install a system on your drives. Once done, you can try to use this driver (unpack the .exe first) This driver is for the 4e/DC. If you have an older LSI controller, you might want to try to load the Win 2k3 64bits driver related to your older controller. If you use an ...


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Just go to your Device Manager, expand the network adapters, right click virtualbox related network adapters and uninstall them!


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In this case, the Device Manager Code 32 error is probably correct. There may be a driver or service that is missing which is preventing Windows from accessing your DVD/CD drive. These drivers are often referenced as Upper or Lower Filters. I find this to be a common problem after installing or uninstalling software related to CD/DVD drives (e.g. DVD ...


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The problem was solved by installing the latest nVidia Drivers from their web-site. No further crashes have happened since updating the drivers. nVidia Driver Download Page


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Are you using PHP Non Thread Safe or Thread Safe. You can check this with your phpinfo.php file. If you are using PHP Non Thread Safe then dll name contains nts should be used and for Thread Safe use dll name contains ts. Refer below image for more details. You should also need SQL native client to be installed to access MSSQL server.


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It definitely was the Intel USB3 driver. The one dated 09/2013 causes the issue, but the one dated 02/2014 works. We haven't had a single issue since we upgraded it. Because the machine had been imaged with bad drivers already in place, I could not install the good one because it caused a BSOD immediately. I had to slip the new driver into the image ...


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Download the Windows 7 64 bit driver package. Begin the install and it will stall at "Connect via USB"... AFTER it pre-loads the drivers. Cancel the loader. Go to Add Printer and add a local printer. When you get to the drivers, the 2600n will be listed in the HP drivers available.


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I uninstalled ASUS Realtek Audio HD completely and let Windows handle all audio stuff. It works like a charm. So the Startech MUYHSFmm mm 3.5 mm 4 Pin to 2X3 Pin 3.5 mm Headset Splitter that I bought was the right thing...


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The best way to recover it if windows restore isn't working would be to use a boot-able live CD like Linux Mint. Boot from it and copy all of you files to a flash drive or a external hard-drive and then reinstall windows.


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Well 5% overall non-idle time isn't all that bad, but the fact that it's not allowing your CPU to switch states is a problem (the fact that ACPI.sys is eating a bit of CPU shows that it's either trying and failing to control the CPU for some reason, or intentionally eating up cycles so that it keeps the frequency high). More likely is that most of your ...


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Well miracle of miracles the solution came from here. Not only did this solve the audio problem, but it also solved some other haunting issues such as the wireless icon in the system tray not showing properly when connecting (even though it was connecting). Here are the steps to follow: Click Start, search for cmd, right click `cmd.exe` and select 'run as ...



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