UNKNOWN DEVICE ACPI\HPQ0007\2&DABA3FF&0 !!HELP!!! (91210 Views)
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estelle peych
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UNKNOWN DEVICE ACPI\HPQ0007\2&DABA3FF&0 !!HELP!!!

PLEASE HELP ME HOW TO FIX THAT..
I GOT FROM VISTA TO XP ...
DV 6705CA THIS IS MODEL OF MY COMPUTAR...
THANK YOU SO MUCH
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Cheryl G.
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Re: UNKNOWN DEVICE ACPI\HPQ0007\2&DABA3FF&0 !!HELP!!!

Install.Net Framework:

http://tinyurl.com/758p8

HP Quick Launch_requires .Net:

http://tinyurl.com/2qosvc
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mrg_1
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Re: UNKNOWN DEVICE ACPI\HPQ0007\2&DABA3FF&0 !!HELP!!!

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Cheryl,
    I am very good with drivers but this has me stumped.I have a DV9700 P/N Kl035EA#ABV.  I have successfully installed all the XP x64 drivers except one.
ACPI\HPQ0007\2&DABA3FF&0  the darn QuickLaunch.
First I installed:  .Net Framework v2.0 x64:
Tried Quick Launch Buttons:     ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp38001-38500/sp38171.exe
Quick Launch v6.40B SP38171 on Win XP x64 generated the error:     “Not Compatible with this version of Windows”   
SOLUTION:  unpack then run setup.exe in XP compatibility mode for XP x64 installations. (Right click > Properties > Compatibility tab > check box “run this program…”> XP >ok.   (But their is still an unknown device in the Device Manager.)   IE: ACPI\HPQ0007\2&DABA3FF&0
  I am guessing sp38171.exe did not install properly.
Got any ideas???   I can not do a Forced install, since their is no INF file.
Did I install something in the incorrect order ?
Starting over is not desirable but possible if necessary.
Is their a better quick launch driver ?   Even an older one.
2nd Problem :  Brightness Control Keys F7 & F8 Do not function. I can not control the screen brightness. This is not a VGA issue.  I am told it may be a Intel Chipset driver issue.
  What do you know about it ?
I currently have Intel Chipset v9.2.0.1015.
What is the newest Intel Chipset Driver version ?
What is the original Intel Chipset Driver version.?


Lastly,  What is the difference between QuickPlay and QuickLaunch ?

See attachment of device Manager.
thanks.



Elmbrooke
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Sirajul haque
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Registered: ‎09-09-2009
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Re: UNKNOWN DEVICE ACPI\HPQ0007\2&DABA3FF&0 !!HELP!!!

Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 Drivers for device ID: ACPI\HPQ0006, ACPI\HPQ0007 is explained in this document. Basically I created this document just to answer driver query related to above said POST.

Windows 7, Vista, XP Driver for device ID ACPI\HPQ0006, HPQ0007
http://www.tricksguide.com/windows-7vistaxp-driver-for-device-id-acpihpq0006-hpq0006.html

 

Hope this will help

 

Cheers :)

 

Though I work for HP, I do not represent HP here :)
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topmahof
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nice little link you did there siraj, thanks. i clicked your star for that one.

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Sirajul haque
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Re: UNKNOWN DEVICE ACPI\HPQ0007\2&DABA3FF&0 !!HELP!!!

Thank you for givng STAR :)

 

Glad that above said link helped you :D

Though I work for HP, I do not represent HP here :)
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