In reply to Jessen P’s post on November 8, It took me days to figure out what the problem was, no joke, and so I blogged about it here: How satisfied are you with this reply? 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. Apparently there aren’t that many drivers for x64 systems yet and from what I read 32 bit apps. I had the problem same problem with Windows 7 on an HP laptop.
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Since the laptop came with everything pre-installed I have no idea what it can be. I tried to run DriverMax but it only supports Vista x86 not x Sorry this didn’t help.
How satisfied are you with this reply? In reply to Jessen P’s post on November 8, Did you insert any device to the computer?
I have been running Windows 7 x86 because even though I have x64 processors, my laptop came with Vista Ultimate x86 installed on it. And yeah for your question It doesn’t pop-up while connecting any device.
I recently decided to to a clean install of Windows 7 RC x I hope this helps. This thread is locked.
I had the problem same problem with Windows 7 on an HP laptop. So I just did another clean install of Windows 7 and went back to the original 32 bit install.
ENE CIR Receiver driver free download for windows – Hewlett-Packard – HP Pavilion Dv6 Notebook PC
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Thanks for the replies. Unknown device In device manager, by a virus? These are the only things I can find to identify it.
Ee0100 More Posts by Hammerhead Find More Posts by Fubar You are right, the drivers I need are only found in 32 bit. Sorry to know that you face issues with Device. Unknown device in device manager code: It took me days to figure out what the problem was, no joke, and so I blogged about it here: Find More Posts by copernicus.
Probably drivers for the chipset, all I see on msi’s site is 32 bit drivers, so you might be outta luck until they update drivers.
Did this solve your problem? You could try the 64 bit CIR drivers from here: All times are GMT After the reformat was finished, I ran Windows Update and it found several items to download and install for me.
The time now is I originally had three ens0100 devices but the first two were based on my Nforce PCI system devices which I finally found here: We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. After reading about the differences between x86 and x64 systems and the fact that I have 4GB of memory that only came up as 3GB under x86 I thought I would experiment with Windows 7 x I can find it in.