In my device manager, it says that my coprocessor was never installed. I dont have any nvidia product in my computer. The base system device drivers refer to Ricoh card reader drivers, the coprocessor drivers are part of the chipset drivers. Message 9 of Find More Posts by Bill2. All times are GMT OS window 7 ultimate

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I looked all over the forums but I cant find any solution to this. Device Manager says coprocessor is missing Which one is right?

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I really need help. Download and install the ones I mentioned above.

Conexant High-Definition Audio Driver ftp: Coprocessor is a part of coprocewsor driver which can be downloaded from the following weblink: The base system device drivers refer to Ricoh card reader drivers, the coprocessor drivers are part of the chipset drivers. Find More Posts by madisonsexy As above with a few more cases: You could go to the nvidia site, and download the latest nforce chipset drivers: Originally Posted by stormy13 You need to install the chipset drivers.


This topic has been locked due to inactivity for a long period of time. Find More Posts by thefabe. How much i understand,thats some chipset for some nvidia product nforce.

Does it do it automatically? Originally Posted by Mikey90 The coprocessor is installed successfully by letting it search the C drive for the driver. Missing coprocessor driver after Windows 7 Upgrade Okay so here’s the deal. Didn’t find what you were looking for? I’ve been searching the web but I’m getting conflicting answers as to what to do. Windows 7 Ultimate x I’ve even installed them in Vista Compatibility mode. That thread confuses me the more I try to understand it.

coprocessor driver for HP Pavilion dv 6000

Hello Stormy13, I seen pavillon post right after I posted mine. Message 10 of In my device manager “Coprocessor” driver is missing and i dont know what is the basis to choose a driver was it in the version of Motherboard or graphics card? Though I still have problems with the occasional choppy or lag during video play, does anyone know how to resolve it?


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Originally Posted by Dwatas. Message 6 of I looked in the processor drop down tree, and it said that both processors were working.

Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. Created a username just to login and say thanks! They are listed under other drivers and when Vd6000 look at the properties there is no information given as to what its for. If it won’t install then try running it again in compatibility mode, Compatibility Mode.

Originally Posted by stormy Message 7 of