Anyone care to elaborate? You must log in or register to reply here. Originally Posted by scirocco Hi Guys! 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. Similar help and support threads. Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation.
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I am as stuck as you on this one.
If it doesn’t install then it might be possible to get it to install by adding the rest of the device IDs from the Asus driver to the reference driver.
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Drivers for YOU: Asus X50n Coprocessor Driver Windows 7
You have 64 bit Windows and unfortunately Asus only has that for 32 bit. Find More Posts by scirocco.
Joined May 25, Messages 2 Reaction score 1. This installed the chipset right. It would be great if you could help.
Coprocessor in Device Manager | Windows 7 Forums
Joined Nov 6, Messages 1 Reaction score 0. This one might do the trick: Originally Posted by scirocco thanks for the fast reply. I was searching to fix this problem saw other threads on this site too ,but i didnt find appropriate answer. To find a driver for this device, click Update Driver.
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They give you the warning about cancelling installation at the storage drivers. Found the Nvidia driver and it installed it. You must log in or register to reply here.
It did mention something of the video driver though I had already installed ashs current video driver from nvidia and it did not fix the problem. I know nothing about a coprocessor. The drivers for this device are not installed. How much i understand,thats some chipset for some nvidia product nforce. The setup you supplied gives the following error: Coprocessor in Device Manager error Here is what I did. Do you think there is something not functioning properly or could it cprocessor a false report Perhaps you could run a test on the CPU to see if it reports something on the Coprocessor.
Originally Posted by scirocco Right!! Setup will now exit.
I bypass the errors, says it completed installation, asks copdocessor to restart, I restart, and when I come back the coprocessor error is still there. If you download and install the nvidia drivers from the HP website the coprocessor will go away. Check it out and see what it will do.