All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. I don’t know what to do I’ve even installed them in Vista Compatibility mode. I have the same question. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build.
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Coprocessor driver is a part of Chipset driver. Thanks again, kudos given! I’ve tried installing the Win7Vista Set it to compatibility mode as shown, then just run it as normal.
Also once you have resolved a problem yo can click on the red triangle and write resolved this way the thread will appear with a green check mark so it will be easier for others to find a resolved voprocessor thread.
Missing Base System Device and Coprocessor for HP Pavillion – Windows 7 Help Forums
I believe the first two have to do with nvidea but everytime I try to download the driver it does not work. I’m not trying to be a jerk just passing on some information. Find More Posts by stormy Win 7 Ultimate x32 Win 7 Ultimate x I was searching to fix this problem saw other threads on this site too ,but i didnt find appropriate answer. It is posts like yours that make us feel that much better about helping out where we can. Missing coprocessor driver after Windows 7 Upgrade Okay so here’s the deal.
I would greatly appreciate it if anyone can help me out. The base system device drivers refer to Ricoh card reader drivers, the coprocessor drivers are part of the chipset drivers. Created a username just to login and say thanks! The only drivers available for Windows 7 at the HP support site are wireless drivers, and Go to the HP support page, let it detect your model, it’ll then show a page containing links to the drivers for your model.
That thread confuses me the more I try to understand it. I’ve been searching the web but I’m getting conflicting answers as to what to do. Acer Aspire M Windows 7 64 bit coprocessor missing Hi another newbie here, Just installed windows 7 pro 64bit to my machine and I have a driver error for coprocessor saying it is missing code I have no idea if I am even on the right path.
Can I download those then go to device manager and update from there for windows 7? Though I still have problems with the occasional choppy or lag during video play, does anyone know how to resolve it?
Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Base system device missing Hi guys, I have had to reformat one of the machines here at work. Find More Posts by yowanvista.
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Find More Posts by whest. Coprocessor is related to nForce chipset drivers, to to install them.
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Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Coprocessor driver missing! Before when I still have the RC version of Windows 7 there wasn’t any problems, but as soon as I upgraded from Windows 7 Home Premium some of my drivers went missing. Find More Posts by madisonsexy Does it do it automatically? Also there are no Windows 7 drivers for that chipset from HP as the chipset is made by Dc6000 and they dropped support for it a long time ago, Vista driver from HP Originally Posted by stormy