I reimaged my client's laptop and I am trying to download the drivers for the Universal Serial Bus Controller. I went on the dell website and tried downloading it but it still shows up as missing.
Operating system: Windows 7 x64
I was also wondering if dell has put the correct drivers up for the operating system. I select Windows 7 x64 drivers on the webpage. When I try to install them, it gives me a "invaild operating system" error.
I was having issues with my drawing tablet so I uninstalled my USB Drivers and accidentally deleted the files along with the driver. When i restarted my computer I went to the HP site and downloaded and installed the USB 3.0 driver.
As you can see under other devices the USB Controller has an issue. None of the USB drivers are working now.
I have an Acer extensa 5220 laptop, which suddenly decided this morning that it wont turn on any more! It was working perfectly fine, has good anti-virus, etc., and worked fine an hour before but now when it's turned on, the power button goes green and nothing else happens. It's not been dropped or banged, was not plugged into the mains at the time (but can that rule out a surge the last time it was plugged in?)There is not even a flicker on the screen, the fan doesn't come on, but I think the hard-drive hums. Does anyone have any idea what's wrong with it?
I have a Acer Extensa 5220 notebook, I wanted to upgrade CPU from CM530 (fsb 533) to Core Solo T1300 (fsb 667), my RAM is 667, bios newest. chipset supports this fsb (667) but when I put T1300 to the socket and assembled notebook, turned the power on it just didnt started :/ I just heard the optical drive, LCD didn't turn on, after ~10sec power led turned off.
Alright I have looked at every single piece of literature I can find and I am stumped. I have an eMachines EM250 (mechanically identical to the AO D250) and I can not for the life of me figure out what the small card slot on the bottom of the computer is. I know the memory slot and the HDD slot but the third slot is a mystery. I think it is a mini-PCI slot for a solid state memory module but I'd like to find a definitive answer before I go any further.
Dell's reverted back to making users burn DVD's that contain an image of the Recovery Partition, at least on new Windows 7 consumer systems (Inspiron, Studio, Studio XPS) This is a step backwards, but oh well.
I'll be updating the system recovery guide to reflect these changes over the next day or so.
I resumed computer from hibernation and found that digital persona, finger print identification isn't working... I cannot go past the login screen - I put in password and continue to vista. But here everything is slowed down, I check system resources and find that 95% of the ram is used, paging file on disk is totally used. Even cpu is maxed out and i cannot do anything! culprit seems to be digital persona... anyone how to proceed, how to diagnose the problem?
I have a ProBook 4535s. I just did a fresh Windows 7 install but I can’t get the USB controller and SM Bus controller drivers to work. I downloaded and installed them from the HP website, but they are still showing yellow in Device Manager.
what a mini PCI slot is and does please? I just got another 1Gb Samsung RAM for my Aspire 5610 (AS5613AWLMi) cause I thought the spare slot was for RAM and the guy I got the RAM from off of eBAy now says its a mini PCI slot! I will keep the spare RAM for emergencies but being the 'divvy' I am, I have not the fogiest idea what a Mini PCI slot is or does?
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There are only 2 places it could be:
1. First remove the existing ram chip (from the bottom side of the laptop), it might be under that one, but I don't know why the chip would in the top slot, it should be in the bottom one already.
2. It's under the keyboard. It can vary between models. But all you have to do it carefully pop the top button bezel off (EDIT: Start on the right side and pry it up and then pry the bottom edge until all the tabs are free) and then take the few screws out that are holding the keyboard down. It might be there clear as day or you might have to remove one more protective metal plate to find it. It's gotta be there!
If you still can't find it, GOOGLE your exact model number and include the keywords "ram" & "slot" with it. You should find some sort of specs saying how many slots are available.
Don't bother asking for a service manual. Most of the ones I've seen for Acer suck and don't show much other than an exploded parts view. But if you have to look, go here.
I have Acer Aspire 5050, and I very satisfy with it. But...when I reinstall windows XP professional could not install Network Controller. They are staying with question sign(?) in device list.. Now, when I connect to the internet, after some time windows shown me a "Win32 generic host error", or something like that. With that error my internet connection become broken and I could not disconect manualy. Instead manual disconnection, I need to restart computer to gain again internet connection... Does anyone knows what is a problem and where I could find network controller drivers(I tried at www.acer.com and could not find the network controll drivers)?