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Jan 17, 2010 #6 Greeble1 TS Rookie jobeard you are indeed correct but, in this case, it was not a coprocessor but a flaw between the Win 7 sub-system and the Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums TechSpot Core Build a PC Today's Posts What is the Coprocessor and what driver isneeded? By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... Ask a question and give support. have a peek here

maybe changing the boot menu setting to Onboard --> install driver --> change it back to pci-e ?Click to expand... on an yellow background) is often from an interference to your CPU coprocessor functionality from an incompatible or conflicting videocard driver or Motherboard BIOS. I'll tell you if it worked (or not )Click to expand... more system specs in my profile ;] Any usefull help is appreciated ^^ Nilsb/PACMAN #1 Nilsb7, Apr 2, 2009 ickymay New MemberJoined:Jan 12, 2009Messages:1,689Likes Received:113 use the SMU (chipset) drivers for

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my pleasure and Its good to know Ive helped #16 ickymay, Aug 12, 2012 (You must log in or sign up to post here.)Show Ignored ContentShare This Page Tweet Loading...Log Allright, I booted in safe mode, disabled the coprocessor in device manager, and rebooted the exclamation thing has disappeared well thank you very much cmn! ^^ looks like I can go By the way, thank you for the quick reply :] Nilsb7/PACMAN Edit: Ok, ehm I started the Vista64 driver for my onboard card(not in compability mode or whatsoever) and now it

Cheers, J Jan 17, 2010 #7 jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 10,134 +772 no argument from me :wave: Jan 18, 2010 #8 dubwise78 TS Rookie Topic Starter Thanx Greeble1, What is the coprocessor and does anyone know which driver I need or where to try and what to search for? Ask ! Coprocessor Driver Not Installed Page 1 of 3 1 23 > 12 May 2009 #1 Wiisper windows 7 build 7600 95 posts Coprocessor driver?

compaq presario Audio/sound device You just plugged/unplugged a device in the audio jack... Coprocessor Driver Windows 10 How to select driver? I understand that Nvidia Hybrid SLI technology could allow me to add a Nvidia graphics card on top of the integrated Geforce 8200 GPU for better graphics. Good luck in your oncoming Exams Nilsb!

With the different devices, they can have the same driver , it's because they all use the same chip manufacturer. Coprocessor Driver Windows 7 Ultimate 32 Bit Download it worked on me 100% 2 Kudos 2 Kudos kargo27 Tutor Posts: 12 Member Since: ‎05-27-2009 Message 6 of 90 (252,771 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Coprocessor windows 7 Options Mark Solved! I wil keep coming back for sure."Eric Smalter, Boston, MA "WOW!

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Edit2: Oh **** The answer to what's an SMU is in your reply *slams head against wall* I'm now installing all of it, so I checked all three optionsClick to expand... http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/what-is-the-coprocessor-and-what-driver-is-needed.137069/ If problem persists, Restart in Safe Mode using F8 taps and go to DM and Disable [ Don't uninstall] your onboard Video and on reboot if prompted to install a driver Coprocessor Driver Windows 7 64 Bit Hope this helps. Nvidia Coprocessor Driver extract the exe using the winrar and go to your device manager and manually install it.

The above is found in my Device Manager under "Other Devices" ... navigate here Why can't I install the Windows 7 driver on the mobo chipset? ThaDraGun View Public Profile Find More Posts by ThaDraGun 20 May 2009 #4 Razgriz panavia Windows 7 64bit/Ubuntu 10.04 32bit/Linux Mint 9 64bit 27 posts Broadstairs Will this So I thankyou for your time and advice :grinthumb Jan 30, 2010 #11 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open Coprocessor Driver Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit Download

I'll definitely try your methods but it might take a while because I got some exams coming up... installed newest drivers from nvidia, it fixed the usb issue but still doesnt recognize any drivers for the coprocessor. I bought Windows 7 and did a clean install and now I'm having problems with 7 crashing. Check This Out You may also...

Already have an account? 15.49 Nforce Drivers http://www.nvidia.com/object/nforce_vista64_15.26.html Do I have to run the file in Compability mode? (Seen that on another site ) And why do I even need to install any drivers for that ****** worthless I looked all over the forums but I cant find any solution to this.What dose this coprocessor driver suppose to do anyways?Also...im abit confused of what laptop I have here...on the

See if that fixes the issue.

Jan 18, 2010 #9 Greeble1 TS Rookie No problem, dubwise78, This issue is that only certain Nvidia unified driver sets have this driver. Edit2: Oh **** The answer to what's an SMU is in your reply *slams head against wall* I'm now installing all of it, so I checked all three options #4 Nilsb7, Is it a generic term for an unknown device or is it half of my dual core processor? Amd Coprocessor Driver Windows 7 I am not sure why this did not show up in other OS's on the same computer (such as Vista and XP) but it seems to be a fairly common problem

I recently installed the Windows 7 drivers available at Nvidia.com for my Nvidia 9500GT and got a noticable FPS boost. If your driver isn't working, use the driver having the same OEM with the your laptop/desktop brand name. Or is this because I choose to Share memory (or something like that)? this contact form Hard Drives 750Gb Samsung 7200-3Gb/s 32Mb Cache SATA Internet Speed 10M Generator View Public Profile Find More Posts by Generator 20 May 2009 #6 Butchern1 Windows 7 x64 build 7100

I've an nVidia 8200 chipset with plans on changing to AMD 890GX/SB850. My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Self Built OS XP Pro SP3 x86/Vista SP2 x64/Win7 x64 Triple-boot CPU AMD64 X2 AM2 5000+ Motherboard Asus MSN-X Plus Memory Corsair TWX 2Gb (2x1Gb) After pulling my hair out trying to find the solution, I finally came up with a fix. Windows Forum Home Windows 7 Forums > Windows 7 Hardware >

We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. I agree with ickymay. maybe changing the boot menu setting to Onboard --> install driver --> change it back to pci-e ? #7 Nilsb7, Apr 4, 2009 cmn New MemberJoined:Mar 17, 2009Messages:856Likes Received:45 Nilsb7 said: