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naser_4
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WinXP Pro - nx7010

Hi,
I have WinXP Pro & nx7010 notebook, I reinstalled Windows and downloaded the latest drivers from the support section. I also flashed my BIOS from F.33 to the latest. One device can't recognized. I keep getting (Unknown device) error. The device ID is (ACPI\WEC0518\4&61F3B4B&0).

Please help.
Thank you
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Holger Croy
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http://www.acpi.info/
There a helpful links
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Holger
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naser_4
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Re: WinXP Pro - nx7010

I think I knew what that device is, it's the SD card reader. How do I download the driver for that device? I can't locate the driver CD that came with my Notebook.
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Rainald T
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Re: WinXP Pro - nx7010

Naser,
obviously you asked in the wrong place.
As this is not a problem of XP but special problem with a *notebook* you'd better ask in the notebook forum where you'd find the specialists:
"notebooks - Armada, EVO, LTE, Tablet PC"
http://forums2.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/bizsupport/categoryhome.do?categoryId=274

You may also run a forum search on this section. I remember several postings on problems with the drivers for SD card readers recently.

If memory serves, it indeed might be a problem with the card-reader.
For other model "System Enhancements" software did fix the problem.
Unfortunatly there's nothing listed in so far for the nx7010.
For the nx7000, however there is
"System Enhancements Disk for Microsoft Windows XP version 3.00 H (1 Oct 03)"
http://h18007.www1.hp.com/support/files/hpcpqnk/us/download/18904.html

and for the 7100
"System Enhancements Disk for Windows XP (Service Pack 2) version 1.00 B (10 Sep 04)"
http://h18007.www1.hp.com/support/files/hpcpqnk/us/download/22115.html

You may try both. But please set a breakpoint for XP's "System Restore" in order to run a rollback if these SoftPaqs should be wrong.

HTH
Rainald



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Antoniov.
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Rainald T
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Re: WinXP Pro - nx7010

Antonio,
I rather sure that this is the well known problem with newer HP/COMPAQ notebooks and SD card-readers.
I don't think that the in general information will be of too much help.

Rainald
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MSG_1
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because you updated your BIOS, there is more to be update... for a concept understanding for ACPI, go to http://www.acpi.info/

so some device in your computers confirguation does is not BIOS recognised...
that explains the forst few letters in the SPEC or DEVICE ID ....furthermore, you must determine what device requires drivers ... find out what is synonomous with "WEC" ... next few letters in the SPECIFICATIONS DEVICE ID
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Cheryl G.
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Try the latest Chipset Utilty here.
http://h18007.www1.hp.com/support/files/hpcpqnk/us/download/22267.html
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**Clicking the KUDOS star on the left is a way to say 'Thanks'**
*To help others find solutions, click 'Accept as Solution' on a Reply that solves your issue*
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Jatek
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Re: WinXP Pro - nx7010

Hello naser.

I had the same problem now when reinstalling a NX7010 from the OS system cd.

Your missing the Winbond SD Card Reader Software.
You can get this from software and driver download on HP NX 7000.
This driver is not under 7010 for some reason, but the 7000 driver (and System Enhancement Disk) works with 7010 also.

Direct link to download: http://h18007.www1.hp.com/support/files/hpcpqnk/us/download/18385.html
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naser_4
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Thanks to everyone, especially Jatek
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Rainald T
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Thanks fro the success report, Naser.
Glad to hear that the problem could be solved with the proper drivers.

Now that the case is done, pls lock the thread using the "close thread" button.
This will avoid "Mee-too" postings and it will add a lock icon to the thread which signalizes that the case is done.

TIA
Rainald

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just trying to help out
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The software has moved, but this does resolve the problem in XP Professional on a Compaq nx7010 - that device ID listed above is certainly the SD card reader.

Go to Google and enter this search:

Winbond SD Card Reader Software - Version 2.00B


OR -

here are a few links to the software as of 3/27/2007


ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp24001-24500/sp24430.exe


http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareDownloadIndex?lc=en&cc=nz&dlc=en&os=228&product=350747〈=en&softwareitem=hb-13086-1


http://64.233.167.104/search?q=cache:Lqou0XFPGscJ:h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Software...

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Gary Cantwell
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Hi There,

Please take a moment to assign points to those who have taken the time to assist you. Here's how:

http://forums1.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/helptips.do?#33

Thanks,

Gary
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Dr°3°Tri
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"Your missing the Winbond SD Card Reader Software.
You can get this from software and driver download on HP NX 7000.
This driver is not under 7010 for some reason, but..."

Thanks Jatek!
I spent whole day +few hours yesterday to solve this driver.. . .
Now there is no marks in devmgmt and i can proceed to image creation +sysprep to avoid doing this never ever again. :)
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stoooo
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I had this problem today, and after using Google to search, found the following link to the software right here on the HP site. I have no idea how long *this* link will last.

Winbond SD Card Reader Driver 2.00B -
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareDescription.jsp?lang=en&cc=US&swItem=hb-130...
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moje meno
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Re: WinXP Pro - nx7010

Hi. I have the same computer. Thanks all, now my SD card reader works, but when I want to copy files from 2GB SD Card which I use in my camera, not all files are accessible(but they are displayed).When I use this SD card in another device there is no problem. Does anybody know, which capacity of SD Card is supported by this SD card reader? Or is it another reason?
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Ihsan_1
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Many thanks for all the people who helped in this. I downloaded the driver from the ftp site given and its working perfectly.
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Sykes
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Hi All,

The above said driver also worked in Vista for me. The detailed steps are available in below said link.

Winbond SD Card Reader driver for Windows XP and Vista
http://www.tricksguide.com/winbond-sd-card-reader-driver-for-windows.html

Please check if you face issues with driver installation.

Regards

Sykes
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