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Drivers/printers can be difficult to remove, especially when you are accessing a computer via remotely. What I do is open the command prompt with elevated privileges, and run printui /s /t2 That will open the print server properties. I chose the printer I need to remove, but before I click remove driver, I open services. and prepare to restart print spooler....


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Try DS4Windows. It contains the drivers you'll need and give you a lot of other options.


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Simply uninstall the utility software. When you visit Programs and Features sort the items by date installed. You'll either see two new entries (driver + utility) or just a single item. If you see a single item right click on it and see if it has a "modify" option on the context menu. If this does not work, you can also try uninstalling all of the software ...


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Have you tried uninstalling the CD/DVD burner from the hardware manager, rebooting and letting the computer re-install the drivers? Also, in the version of Ashampoo that I used to use, under the settings menu, there was an entry to enable extended drive enumeration (or something similar). This somehow forced the program to see or recognize and use older or ...


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When you open the ETL in WPA, click on Profiles->Apply->Browse Catalog and select the file FullBoot.Boot.wpaprofile you see this overview: and see a 58s delay in PreSessionInit/PreSMSS-Phase What Happens in This Subphase The PreSMSS subphase begins when the kernel is invoked. During this subphase, the kernel initializes data structures and ...


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Your target is not found because you are trying to update a device that does not exist. Your laptop only has 1 optical drive, therefor trying to run a firmware update for another optical drive will not work. See comments.


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Our program uses ISIS. When we remote to user computers, often they have the TWAIN already running for other apps. We load ISIS, load our program and seem to be okay. We don't remove the TWAIN driver so it seems they can co-exist. Now if you are asking about doing something like trying to have two devices in the OS using the different drivers, that I'm ...


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I managed to install the driver only, which is OK for me. Running the setup.exe in Safe-Mode didn't work. So, I followed these steps: Restart into safe mode Open device manager Find your GPU and right-click it, then select "Update Driver Software" Click "Browse my computer for driver software" Tick "Include Sub-Folders" Navigate to the directory where ...


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Use Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) is a tool precisely for situations like this - where there are existing drivers that have not or cannot be cleanly removed which prevent you from updating or installing new graphics drivers. DDU solves issues with unclean or incomplete driver installs/uninstalls by using its own, "brute ...


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Can't comment yet... Probably just uninstall the Nvidia drivers again, restart, run the updater (GeForce Experience?) as administrator, and update again.


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it looks like you are on a laptop using NVidia optimums technology (the laptop has the integrated intel gpu, and a dedicated NVidia one). Your laptop is likely overheating because it is now disregarding the lower powered intel one, and using the overkill NVidia gpu for everything. The solution on Ubuntu for this is to download Bumblebee, a utility that ...


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I've been able to induce display driver crashes two different ways in the past: Overclock your display device (GPU and/or video memory) too aggressively Increase the temperature of your display device (use caution here!) For the overclocking option, try increasing the clock on either the GPU or the video memory in small increments until a failure occurs. ...


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Since this Question is too old to migrate to Retro SE... I got PC-DOS 2000 to work on VirtualBox by loading PCNTPK.COM on startup (a DEVICE line in CONFIG.SYS) and then running DHCP from mTCP (I just invoked it from AUTOEXEC.BAT, which means you can run it anytime you like). I didn't mess with any NDIS or IPX stuff at all (at least deliberately). Oh, you ...


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You can reset your PC which does the following. Reset PC All of your Personal Files and Apps will be removed Your PC settings will be changed back to default You will have to re-install all of your programs & third party drivers again. It rolls the computer back to it's factory settings, so Any updates will also be removed and you will have ...


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Your question seems like it might be "why doesn't my usb card provide power". Did you attach the card to the one of the power supply connections? If the link you provided is for the card you have, then you almost certainly need to do that, if you are expecting your USB port to provide any power and not depend on external power supplies.


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For overheating I would do the following: Clean CPU/GFX fans and heatsinks of any dust. This will help in the short term. If your case has filters for air flow, clean those. Opening case on hot days would help. The end game would be to buy a good air cooler and redo your thermal paste as it's been running at high temps which can degrade the efficiency. I ...


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1 dump shows tat the Intel HD driver igdkmd64.sys is involved rsp : 0xfffff80000b9a398 : 0xfffff8000310c156 : nt!PnpBugcheckPowerTimeout+0x76 0xfffff80000b9a398 : 0xfffff8000310c156 : nt!PnpBugcheckPowerTimeout+0x76 0xfffff80000b9a3d8 : 0xfffff8000327fa00 : nt!PnpDeviceCompletionQueue 0xfffff80000b9a3e0 : 0xfffff800032202d8 : nt!ExWorkerQueue+...


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Hi this is a bit late on my part but on the same thread I actually posted the answer which I deleted. AdHoc networks with pis are possible with Ralink based WiFi Adapters I use the RT5370 Ralink Driver which makes Adhocing possible with pis If you need to refer this here is my query which shows that nl80211 drivers aren't much of help You can trust me with ...


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Most of the time this type of problems are caused by hardware itself but you can try any of the following solution which will fix the software/driver problems. Just for FYI, This applies to Windows OS Solution 1 Go to Control Panel > System and Security > Power Options > Change plan settings (next to whichever active plan you're using) > Change advanced ...


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If you have Windows 10 installed, there is a good chance that your drive will just workTM with another set of hardware. You can install all drivers that both systems might need. That being said, conflicting drivers might cause unstable system performance. Boot up your system in your new hardware configuration and test it out. On a side note, Windows 10 ...


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Use BlueScreenView to read the dumps. It will show the most likely driver/dll that causes BSOD. According to my experience, 0x9F usually refers to Intel LAN adapter driver/Intel Display driver. BSOD happens when they try to change power mode/enter sleep mode. Drive update is required. You can use https://drp.su/index.htm to scan you PC for available driver ...


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Hi all after update to win10 my networkcard dint work i went here https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25016/Intel-Network-Adapter-Driver-for-Windows-10?product=82186 and download PROXwinx64.exe hope it wil work for you to .


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Unfortunately there is no software fix for this. I believe this was a hardware issue. My thinking is that, the driver was meant to access the hardware auto detection, thus by disabling it, and specifying a output device, my sound would work. We also tested on exact same spec machines and had no issue. I ended up returning the laptop to the supplier whom ...


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This is not necessary to uninstall hyper-v..... maybe try this it worked for me. Simply go back to devmgmt.msc and click view, show hidden devices click scan for hardware changes and then this should bring it back to non hidden device THEN you can uninstall it :)


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Make sure you init driver class as below $manager = new MongoDB\Driver\Manager("mongodb://localhost"); $collection = new MongoDB\Collection($manager, "logs","capped_logs");


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There is no universal rule here. Some computers will receive better drivers through Windows Update, some work better with manually installed ones. That being said, you can safely let Windows Update install whatever it finds, then check which devices have missing drivers and download them from Sony. It works pretty well most of the time. Even if drivers ...


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I have the same GPU and ran in the same problems as you but i was using Windows 10. If you are using the AMD lastest drivers (Crimson Edition 16.2.1 Beta), try switching on the old catalyst one (15.7.1), i personally had alot of problems with Crimson Edition drivers. If its still not working, i suggest using Display Driver Uninstaller in safe mode to ...


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Artifacts means 99% failing hardware, so unfortunately your best bet is to get a new GPU. If you have someone, who will borrow you another GPU you can try that. Or if you want to be 100% sure your GPU is bad, try putting it into someone else computer. Also, when GPU is failing, the last resort is "baking the graphic card". As crazy as it sounds, it works, ...


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What you are looking for are the Boot Camp drivers for Windows. You can download them directly from the Apple Support site. Normally when installing Windows on an Apple computer, you would create your partitions using Boot Camp, and have the drivers and software download using the Boot Camp Assist tool on OS X, before you install Windows, thus having it ...


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Go to this link. Click on Driver-Chipset. There are 2 Drivers that are related to USB 3.0. They are both labeled Intel USB 3.0 Host Controller Driver. I would install one of them and if it doesn't work then try the next one. I hope this helps. Alternatively, you can always try a 3rd party software to install drivers. Like Driver Booster.


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You can download various drivers for Windows 7 here > http://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/compaq-15-s100-notebook-pc-series/7234969/model/7485838 Look under Driver-Chipset for "Intel USB 3.0 Host Controller Driver"


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Just power cycle the computer. Windows should reinstall the drivers automatically. If your power button is set to turn of the computer, you should be good to go - unless you have unsaved documents, then it will wait for a response you cant give. However, turning your computer off by holding the power button down for 10 seconds will not cause any damage.


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If you looked to the System event log, you would probably find a message like this: Source: Microsoft-Windows-DriverFrameworks-UserMode Description: The UMDF reflector was unable to complete startup because the WUDFSvc service was not found. This service may be started later during boot, at which point Windows will attempt to start the device ...


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After numerous hours combing over the internet and trying dozens of different drivers to load (some of which numerous times), I was able to find a workaround which, somehow by a miracle, worked for me. there is a file on the GYGABITE discs that came with the motherboard called: Chipset\100SER\IntelUSB30\Drivers\Win7\x64\isub3xhc.inf After Windows gives ...


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In order to get windows to reinstall a driver you usually have to remove and insert the device again but seeing as it's part of the chipset you can't do that... Check if your motherboard has a PS2 port on the back (large green and/or purple circle on the back of the computer). You can then use this to move your mouse and/or keyboard. You could see if you ...


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It's been a while, but if I recall correctly, your kernel driver will set up a device in /dev which maps to the memory addresses allocated to the PCI devices either by the BIOS or kernel. User space programs with the appropriate permissions will then open, read/write/seek, and close that /dev/ file to interact with the PCI device. See chapter 12 of Linux ...


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You can't point to an Exe in DISM: /add-driver:"C:\Users\name\Documents\mylifeishell\USB3\USB3.0_allOS_2.1.28.1_PV.exe" Extarct the Exe and point to the extracted driver : /add-driver:<fullpath>\FUSB3_allOS_2.1.28.1_PV\Files\x86 Also make sure you run the cmd as admin. Your other mistake is your incomplete mount path. Use this folder structure: ...


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Solution : Now install Rufus and create usb with gpt for uefi, later select ONLY fat32 and create usb flash with win8 or 10. Finally, reboot the system and boot with uefi... The partitions will be create only automatic and select partition 4.


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From the pictures we can't tell you wil chip is uses. Install the PCI card to your system, run Device Manager and find the device. Look at it's properties and under details select Hardware Ids: Now look in a PCI Database which chip it is and google now for a driver.


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If you prefer to download the driver directly from Apple's site: Download the latest version of "Boot Camp Support Software" from Apple.com: http://support.apple.com/downloads/#macoscomponents Open the ZIP file and go into the BootCamp\Drivers\Asix driver Run the AsixSetup64.exe driver installer


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I'm confused about what a driver exactly is it's nothing to do with a hard drive. It's a different subject. Alright, so from what I know so far a disk drive is a common type of secondary storage memory. well, do you really know.. do you know what the difference between primary memory and secondary memory is. In my book, it says a disk drive ...


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For hardware to work firstly it need to be connected to some PC bus (PCI, USB), and secondly - right driver need to be loaded. On Linux this is simple, sudo lsusb & sudo lspci are your friends. Windows has equivalent for lsusb on it's pages, it has also its github repo: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/ff560019(v=vs.85).aspx ...


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Yes, I have another PC connected, but I don't know the steps to download kernel and install it on centos. I download rpm of latest kernel and try to install it from terminal but the installation fail. When I go home, I post the error.


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If you do not have the new kernel, you need to get it. You did not mention that you have other PC, USB disk, Ethernet cable, USB/Ethernet adapter, but I suggested the easiest solution I can envision. :) Actually simplest would be to connect your mobile phone to PC over USB and enable Tethering on phone - "Share your phone's mobile data connection via USB". ...


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Installing the wrong driver for the laptop keyboard, as outlined here worked for me: http://superuser.com/a/788372/7018


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After installing numerous multimedia programs and fiddling around with the settings, uninstalling the Intel drivers and reinstalling the Intel drivers, and messing around with refresh rates and other driver related tweets, I was unable to get rid of the tearing. The only solution I have found so far is to change the Windows theme to an Aero theme. A ...


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You cannot increase it beyond the manufacturers parameters. Get a good gaming KB, and it will allow you to set it even up to 1000, but those were designed to support values that high. The manufacturers driver will allow you to set various values usually between 100 and 1000.


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It appears that the file aswVmm.sys does not have WHQL signature in the present version (2016 11.2.2262), it can be verified by running the sigverf tool. When secure boot is enabled it requires that all drivers are WHQL signed as specified here. So you need to disable secureboot in BIOS to get it working. Another recommended fix: turn off the self-...


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Go for motherboard replacement thats the only solution if you want to play games on the laptop. Else disable Nvidia Graphics. Any use laptop for other purposes.


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I have a Probook 470 G3 i7 6500 with AMD R7 graphics card and run Win 10 Pro. I use a second monitor. When working for an hour or two I also have the screen starting to flash on and off. Eventually the second monitor loses its resolution. I have to go through sleep mode to get it reset. I have read a lot and there seems to be a lot of similar issues. I have ...



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