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What if you use the disable USB port program via Task Scheduler on user logoff and enable on user logon? Or use Microsoft' devcon command to disable/enable the specific device using Task Scheduler.


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Neither dump looks particularly conclusive, just listing a problem with "device object has been blocking an Irp for too long". Looking into it, both dumps have mention of FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: X64_0x9F_3_e1d62x64_IMAGE_pci.sys BUCKET_ID: X64_0x9F_3_e1d62x64_IMAGE_pci.sys where e1d62x64 is the driver for an Intel Gigabit Adapter. I would suggest ...


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Did you check this page? http://blog.nielshorn.net/2011/08/rt3090-wireless-adapter-with-slackware-13-37/ Helped with my rt3090 issues


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You can remove the old drivers with the inbox tool pnputil.exe run pnputil -e > C:\drivers.txt open the file drivers.txt and look which .inf file is associated with the driver you want to remove run pnputil.exe -d oem<NUMBER>.inf This removes the driver correctly. If this is too complicated, you can use the tool DriverStore Explorer [RAPR] ...


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Try using Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) (the program itself is pretty straightforward and easy to use/self-explanatory). Link It will most certainly work, bu if it fails as well, I am afraid your best bet would be to clean install Windows 10. EDIT: of course after successfully uninstalling the previous drivers you will have to install them again. I ...


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Up to Windows 7, you can view non-present devices in Device Manager by starting it like this, from an (elevated) command prompt: set devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices=1 start %windir%\system32\devmgmt.msc Starting from Windows 8, this switch is no longer required. After starting Device Manager, select “Show hidden devices” from the “View” menu. Before ...


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There is no reason to delete drivers. Windows comes preinstalled with tens of thousands of different drivers to ensure that anything you put in just works. The process of removing them is quite involved. However, many times when you install a "driver" you actually are installing an entire software suite. The example you gave of an nvidia "driver" is one ...


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The ATK Package could be uninstalled from Uninstall Program in Control Panel. After reinstall I still can't find it in Device Manager though, but it works for now.


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Dell laptops from this era seem yo ship with three options in their BIOS: Regular AHCI mode. Ancient backward compatability mode Fake RAID mode. By default Dell sets these to RAID. Windows 7 ships with a lot of drivers and it will install just fine if you set the disk to AHCI mode. If you set it to RAID mode then you will need to load drivers. Without ...


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As far as i know this is Driver independent if they include this feature or not. All my past laptops have not included this feature in Windows. But Ubuntu has it included in their default drivers. So if you REALLY want it you could switch OS. Another "easyer" fix is to have a small USB soundcard. Plug your headphones into that and set the new USB soundcard ...


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Uninstall WiFi drivers http://www.killernetworking.com/support/driver-downloads/standard-drivers -- Download these Install. Done. Works like a champ. No discos.


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Finally I figured out that when I used chrome recovery utility to install chromium os, it must have changed my pen partition. Later when I format it with usb tools like rufus and universal installer, and also bootice as well, but none were able to show my pen drive on explorer. I was about to download window 7 usb creator tool but I again Googled and some ...


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Microsoft provides a way of temporarily preventing Windows driver or update from reinstalling in Windows 10. To temporarily prevent the driver or update from being reinstalled until a new driver or updated fix is available, a troubleshooter is available that provides a user interface for hiding and showing Windows Updates and drivers for Windows 10. You ...


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I have solved the problem. I found an old version (9.17.10.2857) of the driver from HP that was intended for Windows 8 but actually worked. I installed this via HP's installer over the latest Windows 10 version (which was from Windows Update, not HP). For anyone else trying to find this: hp.com/drivers, search your model type, change OS to Windows 8. To ...


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Before you downvote this answer again, please read what the OP wrote. According to the OP the computer is currently running Windows 8.1 (which allows you to deselect Windows Updates) not Windows 10 (which does not allow you to deselect updates). Indeed even Moab's suggested tool does exactly what I am proposing, selecting which updates to install. "AFTER ...


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No, the GPU inside the VM is emulated, so you can't install your host GPU driver. If you need such programs, that heavily use the GPU, install them on the host and not inside a VM.


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I see. I would need a certificate from the WHQL program, approved by Microsoft to sign the INF file. That way, I could install the driver without disabling Driver Signature Enforcement. I could also create and install a custom certificate by me, and sign all the unsigned drivers then they will install directly on my computer. However, it's not a practical ...


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Mine is Xbox One and the adapter for Windows 8 I download this:Kinect Run time and worked good for me.may could help..


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Driver files are .inf files. To get the Network adapter files you will need to download the appropriate Network Driver files for each model of PC you are planning to PXE boot. You can often extract the exe file to get access to the required inf files. Sometimes multiple models will be covered by one driver file, i.e Intel onboard network drivers. What are ...


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I can really recommend to activate hyper-V on your SP4 and run Linux in a VM without any impact (know to me). It's lightening fast and works very fine with even 4 GB machines.


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So it happened that after a while, the problem fixed itself. It might be because of a new windows update. At first, there was a time when I turned the computer on and the headphones worked. Next time I turned the PC on, they didn't work, and after that time they have always worked, so it's kind of an erratic bug, but it seems microsoft fixed it! Thanks ...


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Version V1.0.0031 Description ATKACPI driver and hotkey-related utilities File Size 12.62 MBytesupdate 2013/12/12 Download from Global Link There are only 64bit drivers available, so if you've installed 32bit its probable that it will be impossible to use those functions. If you are using 64bit then these Win7 drivers may function on XP if you're ...


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Sounds like it might be a driver crash, I use a USB sound card with my headphones and the same thing happens to me on rare occasions. My first suggestion would be to entirely remove any drivers for the headphones (I expect if they are USB they will have drivers), then reinstall the correct driver for your OS - not to say you didn't, it's simply very ...


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I am not familiar with the device; what is its CPU architecture? I'm guessing it is not the same as your computer. You will need to cross compile the driver for whatever architecture the phone is.


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The card is an AR95XX series unit, otherwise branded as Dell Wireless 1707, drivers for either should work. Make sure you've enabled the Wifi with the correct FN+?? Key Combination / Dedicated switch or the chip can not power up.


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This can happen for a few reasons, typically because you're either trying to install to a raid or your HD is connected to a newer chipset or a 3rd party controller that Windows 7 doesn't have in it's driver base. Press the F10 key during boot to get into the bios. http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01443329 explains the settings for the bios once ...


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Based on the data that you've posted I can see that Bugcheck 0x116 was caused by the AMD GPU driver atikmpag.sys. Go to the AMD website, download and install the latest driver version.


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I used to have this problem with my Atheros-based WiFi card, but in my case, "Install from Custom Location" didn't work. What did work, however, is the following: 1- Right-click the card in Device Manager and click Update Driver Software 2- Select the second option: "Browse my computer for driver software" 3- Click "Let me pick from a list of device drivers ...


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Ethernet flow control, so far, has been a failed experiment, because it often causes head-of-line blocking problems. Switches should not send pause frames to hosts. I believe Cisco switches cannot be configured to send pause frames; enabling Ethernet flow control on a Cisco switch just causes it to honor pause frames it receives. Hosts are wise to ignore ...


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There are three ways you can handle flow control: If you're overloaded, you drop data on the floor. If you can't provide service for a request from a higher layer, typically because your local queue is full, you return an error to that higher layer. You proactively notify higher layers that they need to slow down. At the Ethernet layer, method 3 is ...


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I have fixed it, somehow. For some reason, the latest beta driver and the latest crimson driver aren't coping with my R7. It introduces massive stutter on ANYTHING rendered by the dedicated graphics card. Either the framerates on both cards are conflicting or maybe it's an issue with the latest Mantle driver; I have yet to get an answer from AMD. Integrated ...


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The temperature 90° C might be the limit for your GPU where it starts "throttling", i.e. halts for a bit to cool down. Or maybe the CPU using the same heatpipes/sink hits its limit. How high does the CPU temp go? (CPU-Z) and what specific CPU model does that MacBook have? Put something small under the laptop to prod it up giving it more room to breathe or ...


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The problem appeared to be a bug in the drivers. After pulling the power cord for 30 seconds and then plugging it back in and restarting the computer. Everything worked again. Sometimes the solution is just that easy.


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Go to Control panel and then devices then you can see your bluetooth adapter. Open it then tick on " lets find other device this computer" and then apply. Now you can connect any bluetooth device to your pc/laptop.


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Thanks to @DanielB comments I got it working. So ... what I had to do was to downgrade to older kernel/xorg version and make sure that it sticks (despite Arch Linux being design to stay on cutting edge). But it was a bit tricky.linux-4.2.5-1 Since I was stuck in console, I manually downloaded older packages from archive (specifically: linux-4.2.5-1, ...


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The newest dump from today shows an L2 Cache execution error (ICACHEL2_IRD_ERR): =============================================================================== Common Platform Error Record @ ffffe00179ec0028 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Record Id : 01d156748c4a7f72 Severity : Fatal (1) Length ...


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Turns out there are some weird driver issues that can sometimes occur when you update the non-clean format way from Win * to Win 10. Was fixed with a clean install.


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The Problem is that your R7 m265 doesnt work with the Windows 10 Driver from Windows. You have to go to your Device-Manager, search for your 265m and. Right-Click -> features-->driver-->driver update--> search from desktop/ computer---> search from list---> and now choose your installed driver not the 15.201 this driver is from windows 10 and dont work. I ...


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You should disable it again, after you got new crashes and provided the dmp files. DriverVerifier slows down Windows a lot (causes DPC issues).


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Try to start your PC in SAFE MODE, then go to the Device Manager en Try to Update your Driver.


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Or try Windows 7 media from Maher's digital wirld or murphy78(Google them) with slipstreamed SATA drivers. They have multiple revisions and you can choose the one that corresponds with you license.


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There are several ways to do that: Go to the manufacturers website. Select your laptop model, go to the driver section and download the drivers (e.g. to an USB pen drive). Then during installation choose to load additional drivers. Swap the pendrive with windows 7 install for the one with the driver. Load it and swap back.In your case this did not work, ...


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Short answer For horizontal scrolling in Adobe Reader X, send scroll messages to the parent of the scrollbar, as in sendscrolltoscrollbarparent in the code. Many other ways would not work properly. This method somehow gives very fast scrolling, even better than my original mouse driver. Long answer I had found my own answers, but had forgotten about this ...


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The best solution is to use the phone as a wireless hot spot. Therefore the Iphone or whatever smartphone you have acts as a wireless card. Then you go to device manager and find the unidentified hardware, right click and search for drivers using the internet on your phone.


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Adobe Reader has a strange way of handling horizontal scrolling. This is what I use to fix the issue: #IfWinActive, ahk_exe Acrobat.exe F13:: While GetKeyState("F13") { Send, {Shift down}{WheelUp} Sleep, 100 } Send, {Shift up} Return F14:: While GetKeyState("F14") { Send, {Shift down}{WheelDown} Sleep, 100 } Send, {Shift up} ...


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A powered USB hub is definately the answer. http://www.skivatech.com/power/octofire http://www.amazon.com/Upgraded-Anker-SuperSpeed-Including-Charging/dp/B005NGQWL2 or maybe a USB power injector


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It turns out that the problem is not with the hardware margins in the printer; the page definitions in the ppd file had set a printable area with 0.5" and 0.25" margins for a letter page. To fix this, edit the ppd for the printer (/etc/cups/ppd/yourprintername.ppd): Find the list of *ImageableArea definitions of page sizes: *DefaultImageableArea: Letter ...


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As "spherical_dog" mentioned above, the only sensible way to do this is to find another computer with internet, download the driver installer onto a usb drive, and run it on the faulty machine - that should easily fix the issue. Do make sure it's the right driver though, it'll save a lot of head scratching...


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It's safest to stick with whatever software came with the motherboard and that includes the firmware (i.e. BIOS or UEFI). The drivers that came with the motherboard have to work with that motherboard, but by the principal of Murphy's law the same thing cannot be said if you just install more up-to-date drivers provided by Intel, Realtek, etc. It is wrong to ...


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I have this very same problem in my HP 8570w. Replacing palm rest (buttons and touch pad) did not resolve. My machine went to HP repair center (I got another HP 8570w with the very same problem) and their diagnostic was that this behavior occurs due to a bug in the available driver for Windows 10. The only reliable way to used the touchpad or stick is to ...



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