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I have a bit of a problem here. Hi Diederick, I am very glad this driver helped solve your unknown device issue! The device you posted hd id of is Validity Fingerprint Sensor-also on your driver page.
My pleasure Charbel, thank you for commenting! Here is the deal:. Anyways the link to the service pack you had did the trick.
HP Compaq 6500/6700 Notebook PC Series – Unknown Device in Device Manager: Location on PCI Bus
See you on the other side. Find More Posts by Rider. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I actually have a question on getting an image to inknown for the b model. Below You’ve got example how to do it: I recommend you to restore the computer to a previous date when the USB ports were working.
ACPI/HPQ PCI Unknown Device Driver [solved]
Making mistakes while manipulating registry could affect your system adversely. Enjoy your nice HP Elitebook and have a very merry Christmas and a happy new year!
Our intarweb was down yesterday and so i couldnt download anything to test it out. I have all the necessary drivers loaded that I am unkhown of and I installed any driver that looked valid from the HP drivers site. The time now is Thank you so much JDH.
devic Before I reset the computer, would be wise to try setting up a Virtual Machine VM with Window 7 to see if that has the same issue? Here’s the hardware id’s though: Next time this situation comes up, I’ll give it a whirl. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic.
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HP Compaq 6510b Notebook PC – Unknown Device in Device Manager After Reinstalling Windows 7
I fogot to mention the process i create the image: Here is the deal: Thank you for posting back. Unknown device in XP on a Compaq b laptop Maybe this will help.
Then i copy the sysprep folder over and run it and then do the mini setup and fully automate and program the Volume License Key key into it and tell it to not reactivate. I reviewed your post and I understand that the USB devices are not getting detected on your computer and you are getting an error message. Message 4 of Welcome to the HP Forums! Enjoy your nice DV7, those are cool machines! Last edited by Wamplet; at I don’t even know what kind of device it is!