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Coprocessor in device manager?

Q: Coprocessor in device manager?

hi guy's i just upgraded from windows vista to win.7 and everything was working fine till i went to my device manager then i found out that my coprocessor is not installed i have tried installing it automatically but to no avail please what driver is recommended for the coprocessor can Nvidia product work am using an amd sempron processor nvidia graphics 2gb ram 32bit operating system and window 7 ultimate operating system.

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A: Coprocessor in device manager?

Not sure what component of your system that "Coprocessor" will be from. Do you have a cd or dvd that came with your system/motherboard? If not check what motherboard you have and go to the manufacturers website and download the latest drivers for it. I would guess that would be the most likely culprit
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I can`t figure out what driver I`m missing. When I open up device manager the only thing Im missing is "coprocessor"

The drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28)
To find a driver for this device, click Update Driver.

If I click update driver, or do windows update to see if that brings up anything... nothing new is found.

Any Ideas what it could be?
My Laptop is HP Pavillion DV2913CL


A:Coprocessor - Device not installed

Coprocessor is a part of NVIDIA chipset drivers. I had to force the driver from the .inf to install on a friend's HP laptop.
There's only once confusing bit...the driver is not actually called Coprocessor when manually loading it, it's named something else which I can't remember...
I was actually surprised when it loaded fine and windows accepted it...
I was basically stuck exactly where you are, coudn't find any online Win7 related info, however the search did suggest that Coprocessor is indeed part of NVIDIA chipset drivers.

I then decided to simply take a shot at force loading stuff that made sense from the .inf's....

A couple were rejected...and one worked

...can't think of the name tho...


EDITED: Mistake corrected. I meant NVIDIA chipset drivers not AMD!
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Installed Clean
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A:Device Mgr COPROCESSOR Need Driver, What is it

Hi Cafola and welcome to SF,

Co-processor driver normally is a part of the Nvidia chip set. Your specs show have Nvidia chipset, you may access Nvidia website here:

Drivers - Download NVIDIA Drivers

Select option 2, scan and install the latest drivers.

Hope this helps,


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A:The device driver for Coprocessor has not been installed.

angelangelina04 welcome to the Seven Forums.

You don't say who made your laptop (the M in the video card model gives it away), but check the download page for your laptop at the manufacturer's website for the chipset driver.
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I downloaded the new driver off MSI website for win7 64 for the chipset. When I try to install the driver I get a blue screen of death saying:



After that error i restarted the computer and the screen when crazy and displayed random colors and "(" characters everywhere lol.

Luckily I booted up again and I didn't have that problem any more but now it says "unknown device" instead of "coprocessor".

I'm not sure what to do any help would be great thanks.

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A:Coprocessor -The drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28)

I would reinstall the drivers form HP's website or try rolling back to a previous version, the reason being is that you may have received some Window updates that caused your problem. Windows hardware updates are not always the best.
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Hello again. The base system device drivers refer to Ricoh card reader drivers, the coprocessor drivers are part of the chipset drivers.

Go to the HP support page, let it detect your model, it'll then show a page containing links to the drivers for your model. Download and install the ones I mentioned above. While you are at it, download the other drivers as well to take care of future problems.
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Hi: Here are the links to the drivers you need for those two devices... Coprocessor: This package provides the driver for the NVIDIA nForce Chipset in the supported notebook models and operating systems.File name: sp36079.exe BSD: This package contains the driver for the Ricoh 5-in-1 Card Reader for the supported notebook models and operating systems.File name: sp34639.exe
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Hi Dick1030,

Welcome to Seven Forums.

Please do as follows:

1. It is unusual for the System Reserved Partition to have a drive letter. Please remove the drive letter.

2. Please remove (always Safely Remove) all the external drives including any card reader and do a drive cleanup as indicated here. It will clean your system of all non-present devices and you will be starting with a clean slate.(Incidentally this can resolve many drive letter assignment confusion of Windows OS, as you can see in the referenced thread.)

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4. Now take a screenshot of the Disk Management and post. While taking the screenshot, click on "Show/Hide Console Tree” and “Show/Hide Action Pane” buttons on the toolbar on top to hide those and also pull up the center partition line up as much as possible so that we get a clear and full view.

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please check out this webpage. it may help you to get started: Device Manager - yellow exclamation point

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Well it might be a good idea to look at the following tutorial:

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Welcome to Windows Seven Forums.

Have a look here:

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Quote: Originally Posted by 3Colors

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Download link is available in my signature.

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Install the most recent chipset driver and then the audio driver.
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did you put in the mobo disc and load the chipset drivers if you dont have it download form manufacturer and install
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A:unknown device in device manager

@Hao18? Try this one. REO