Apparently there aren’t that many drivers for x64 systems yet and from what I read 32 bit apps. Try dropping their tech support an email to see if they can help. You are right, the drivers I need are only found in 32 bit. I hope this helps. Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies.
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Installed windows 7 ultimate and a bunch of drivers from HP’s drivers section for my computer ene0010 I still have this unkown device. Hammerhead Win 7 RC posts Lancashire.
ACPI\ENE0100 device driver for Windows 7 x64
Probably drivers for the chipset, all I see on msi’s site is qcpi bit drivers, so you might be outta luck until they update drivers. I need to ask you a few questions in order to assist you in a better way. Fubar65 Windows 7 Ultimate 12 posts In a Basement.
Find More Posts by copernicus. I can find it in. Hewlett Packard dv6 nr driver problems.
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It wasn’t there on my old drive so something isn’t right here. I originally had three unknown devices but the first two were based on my Nforce PCI system devices which I finally found here: Sorry this didn’t help.
ehe0100 After the reformat was finished, I ran Windows Update and it found several items to download and install for me. NitinSrivastava Replied on February 22, Sorry that last word didn’t get in the subject line.
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I had Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit installed on here, but decided to reformat my hard drive using Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit. Unknown Device in Device manager. This thread is locked. It took me days to figure out what the problem was, no joke, and so I blogged about it here: Try dropping their tech support an email to see if they can help.
These are the only things I can find to identify it. Thanks for marking this as the answer. Apparently there aren’t that many drivers for x64 systems yet and from what I read 32 bit apps. Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation.
I am just going to leave well enough alone and stay with Windows 7 x86 for now on.
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Sorry to know that you face issues with Device. Thanks for the replies.
I have been running Windows 7 x86 because even though I have x64 processors, my laptop came with Vista Ultimate x86 installed on it.