Solved: What is the 'coprocessor' listed in the device manager, and where can I find a Windows 7 driver for it? It's not referring to the - 155718. Windows 8 can't find co processor and nvidia geforce. So the Vista 32-bit driver didn't. Right click other devices¬ coprocessor and click update driver.
Hi all Testing win8 Enterprise as multiboot on above Hardware. Have had some issues with NVIDI GeForce GO 6150 drivers which seem to have been largely overcome. Device manager notes drivers for Other devices>coprocessor are not installed. Notice performance rating for Graphics far lower than when running win7. Download Net Framework 4 Offline Installer 32 Bit Windows Xp. assume related to coprocessor driver issues.also screen occasionally goes black / fickers. Have tried auto update of drivers.no joy.
Ideas anyone?can I copy the drivers from my win7 installation and run in compatibility mode? Kind regards Eldred. May have solved coprocessor issue go to control panel>troubleshooting>hardware and sound>hardware and devices run trouble-shooter (uncheck apply repairs automatically) when trouble shooter asks you to download sp36213.exe from HP(file v.
220.127.116.119 nVidia nForceChipset driver 13.11 revA )save it to desktop use 7zip to extract to desktop then move it to where you want it use control pane>device manager>right click other devices¬ coprocessor and click update driver. Browse to location of extracted folder and point it at win64 folder. I found this allowed me to run my 2nd screen at full resolution, and has reduced but not eliminated occasional black screen bug(think this may be a win8 not driver problem) has not made any difference to windows experience rating for graphics.
See other posts re NVIDIA Geoforce GO6150 drivers.
The Pavilion TX 1000 has the nForce 4 chipset which lost support after Vista. This is why you have problems with the 'co-processor' and video. There will never be Windows 8 drivers for your machine, or any running on the nForce 4 chipset. Command Line Print Pdf Duplex here. You would do best to revert back to the original Vista operating system. The minimum specs quoted for Windows 8 are misleading because most machines made in the last few years exceed them. What isn't taken into account is the driver support for the hardware. Without a full driver set, regardless of CPU and RAM, performance will never be good.
Windows 10 Pro - Start10 - part of a local network which is a '3rd party optimizer-free' zone. So the Vista 32-bit driver didn't work? Laptop owners should not upgrade unless the computer manufacturer has OS specific drivers. An easy way to tell if they will is to go to NVidia in your case, or AMD ATI and see if desktop machines with similar video cards are getting support. If they are not, then your computer manufacturer will not be supplying OS specific drivers either.
As I said to the OP, best to revert to the original OS. Windows 10 Pro - Start10 - part of a local network which is a '3rd party optimizer-free' zone. Still struggling to make a driver work. Revert to original OS?that would be 32 bit vista for me which was rubbish.64bit win 7 ultimate works very well.but does not really allow me to make the most of my HP pavilion tx1340ea's (only about 5 years old)touchscreen/tablet capability.win8 seems almost perfect.allowing me win7 style 'power/business use' through desktop for CAD, and massively improves tablet use for drawing and leisure activities.8 seems a good thing bar issues with screen and print drivers. I think it is pretty stingy of HP and NVIDIA not to support this relatively new piece of hardware on the OS it should always have had originally.if HP wont help sort this I doubt I shall buy another bit of HP kit.much as I like their gear. If MS can help solve this there are a lot of HP tx 1000series units out there who would be mad not to upgrade to win8.bucks for bill.less kit to landfill.and we all feel good. I think I'll keep trying.
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