I have been running Windows 7 x86 because even though I have x64 processors, my laptop came with Vista Ultimate x86 installed on it. Oh and is it appropriate for me to use this topic to ask another question regarding explorer. Thanks in Advance, Fubar I originally had three unknown devices but the first two were based on my Nforce PCI system devices which I finally found here: Find More Posts by Fubar Unknown device in device manager code:
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It wasn’t there on my old drive so something isn’t right here.
I had Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit installed on here, but decided to reformat my hard drive using Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit. Gnaglor XP Pro 10 posts.
These are the only things I can find to identify it. I am just going sne0100 leave well enough alone and stay with Windows 7 x86 for now on.
Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. Hello everyone, I hope you could give me some clue that may have caused the appearance of an unknown device.
Since the laptop came with everything pre-installed I have no idea what it can be. Hewlett Packard dv6 nr driver problems. Apparently there aren’t that many drivers for x64 systems yet and from what I read 32 bit apps.
Probably drivers for the chipset, all I see on msi’s site is 32 bit drivers, so you might be outta luck until they update drivers.
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Unknown device in device manager code: All times are GMT Fubar65 Windows 7 Ultimate 12 posts In a Basement. Thanks for the replies. Sorry that last word didn’t get in the subject line.
I have been running Windows 7 x86 because even though I have x64 processors, my laptop came with Vista Ultimate x86 installed on it. So I just did another clean install of Windows 7 and went back to the original 32 bit install.
Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Unknown device in device manager after Bios default settings are applied. You are right, the drivers I need are only found in 32 bit. Welcome to Windows 7 Forums.
Oh and is it appropriate for me to use this topic to ask another question regarding explorer. Find More Posts by Fubar Find More Posts by Hammerhead You could try the 64 bit CIR drivers from here: Find More Posts by Gnaglor.
Try dropping their tech support an email to see if they can help. I originally had three unknown devices but the first two were based on my Nforce PCI system devices which I finally found here: It took me days to figure out what the problem was, no joke, and so I blogged about it here: Drivers Unknown device in device manager code: Could always try to download the chipset drivers and point the driver update manually to it.
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Unknown Device in Device manager. I had the problem same problem with Windows 7 on an HP laptop. My only problem so far is one unknown device under device manger. After reading about the differences between x86 and x64 systems and the fact that I have 4GB of memory that only came up as 3GB under x86 I thought I would experiment with Windows 7 x