Hi Birdman, Thank you for your comment. I have a bit of a problem here. I looked it up on the intarweb and it may be related to the hard drive protection software or the sata drivers itself. I have created tons of images for the older units, nc, nc, nc, , , etc, but on the , I am getting a 0xe iastore. Thank you for your comment Demesmeaker, I am very glad it helped for your HP ! But I downloaded the driver anyway and re-installed and this resolved the issue.
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Recently we received a new set of laptops, the HP Compaq b type. Our intarweb was down yesterday and so i couldnt download anything to test it out. Microsoft Windows 10 bit.
If you have a question, please create a new topic by clicking here. Any help is greatly appreciated. Message 3 of I actually have a question on getting an image to work for the b model.
Message 5 of Hi Steven, Thank you for your comment. The time now is Please help as I really want to get the right drivers for Windows 7 so my laptop will be in good shape.
Message 4 of Anyways the link to the service pack you had did the trick.
ACPI/HPQ PCI Unknown Device Driver [solved]
All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Best regards and have a great weekend, -J. Thank you in advance for your help!
Unknown device in XP on a Compaq b laptop. Thanks for the tip Daniel. Thank you for your comment. Effective immediately, these forums are now closed. Message 1 of unjnown Selecting “Chipset Controller” installing the Chipset Controller on the device manager but the propery shows that “No drivers are installed for this device”.
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I saw you helped Dell users with a similar problem … Can you hnknown me with this one too? The laptop is an HP Elitebook p. Also, updated the drivers using Driver Easy but still getting the error. Tried that but it was not successful.
Hi Eugene, Thank you for your nice comment. The device you posted hd id of is Validity Fingerprint Sensor-also on your driver page. I’m redoing the image right now, but i am gonna try to run a few driver updates first and maybe the intel update.
This works for my windows 10 hp. I have all the necessary drivers loaded that I am aware of and I installed any driver that looked valid from the HP dfvice site.
Message 2 of This topic ynknown been locked due to inactivity for a long period of time. Message 10 of Totally confused on what is going on!!!?????? I’ve tried using Everest Home edition to try and see what it could be, but a bunch of hardware isn’t supported because of Everest’s age and inability to detect certain bus devices So does anyone know how I can find out what device it could be?