Unfortunately the new hardware wizard cant find the driver for the coprocessor and when i go to the device manager there is a little yellow exclamation mark by the coprocessor. I am reposting in case you cannot get it done the way I suggested. By the way, is there any other help I can offer to continue helping in this? And I really am interested in getting this solved. Doesn’t matter what I do, the same probem reoccurs.
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But if it is, the question is why? If anyone can figure this out, they will help me alot. Keep up the good work! I ran 32 bit for so long, I almost forgot about the 4th Gig until I installed bit. Is it safe to update the bios true a disc? Originally Posted by xc rider.
I doubt it has anything to do with win 7, i’ve it install on both of my rig and both is detected without the aid of any drivers CD.
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You have the same symptom that other folks are reporting. I strongly advise people NOT to do this. I used the bootme. I would strongly advise coprocesssor using the Vista bit USB drivers.
Good to see some progress! I agree with Evolution3d, I too think that the problem is related to the OS trying to get more memory that the system already has, so when it reaches its physical limit, it crashes. Hope this is of some use and hope even more you can help playinum out!! Looks like it pulled out of the cpu socket, It happened to me also, I use a small blade to VERY CAREFULLY pry the 2 apart, also it looks like no bent pins, if so i also had to straighten them very carefully also, Corocessor the cpu socket look good, If all is good then clean the thermal paste off and reapply and re-install everything, make sure the cpu fan works well also.
Driver selected, now performing install Aren’t most of the drivers you need already included with Win7? I’ve tried the 2GB Memory limit thing. Sbator – Thanks for the info.
I have tried your temp workaroung by trcating mem back to 2GB and it appears to be working. Unfortunately the new hardware wizard cant find the driver for the coprocessor and when i go to the device manager there is a little yellow exclamation mark coprlcessor the coprocessor. Is it game over?
Searched 35 INFs in directory: Luckily I booted up again and I didn’t have that problem a sli chipset that was originally for windows vista. Distributed Computing – General. It’s not running as far as I can tell no process for it in “process hacker”.
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More fun to have someone else to blame. Coprcessor this isn’t the info you want or I can provide something else let me know. We have all of the info we need right coprocesor for this one, and I’ll definitely post in this thread when I’ve got any updates. A supposed expert in one of their forums forwarded me the drivers for the desktop version that I already had tried-they didn’t help. You must log in or sign up to reply here.
I dont wonna turn it on again. Can you also post the output of msinfo32 to a message here? I am sure you can squeeze that a little more. PAINx5Aug 1, Queueing up error report since device has a PnP problem Coprocesso must be rebooted to regain use of USB device.