I can't find driver for bluetooth
I lost the driver for bluetooth
read these tutorials on how to set up bluetooth
How to set up a Bluetooth connection
Set up a Bluetooth compatible device
Here are solutions to some common problems with Bluetooth devices:
You can also try a convenience store for diagnose and fix common problems with equipment and devices running.
If the above does not correct it contact the manufacturer of the device
I have a windows xp but I n can't find driver for 1 cmpatible yet mp3 player and sensible is connected automatically
Unfortunately, the community of Windows is able to provide support in English. The following URL will help ensure that you receive support appropriate for your location information. Open the link and select your region from the drop-down list, and then click the arrow to continue.
recently installed xp pro but can't find driver for usb controller any help please model nx6325
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recently installed xp pro but can't find driver for usb controller any help please model nx6325
All the Windows drivers for your laptop are on Portal support business web users for your laptop HP. In the drop-down list, select Windows XP. It's an operating system supported so reinstall drivers.
Check the Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) for Legacy USB Support. To do this, follow the procedures below:
- Restart the computer.
where can I find driver for qualcomm cdma technologies msm for windows 7?
From the manufacturer/supplier of your device
I bought a Satellite L505 with Windows 7 home 64 bit. Now, I want to install Windows 7 Professional 64 bit. However when the installation starts he reports that it cannot find a driver for the DVD.
Who can help
If you do a search on Google you will find a lot of results on this error message and in general it s associated with the middle of the installation (DVD itself).
Do you use an original disc of Microsoft Windows 7, or is it a copy to a friend?
You should only use the Microsoft original disks with valid software.
I am the owner of a satellite M70-340, but I can't find the driver for mass storage controller.
Having lost my recovery disc, I would be grateful if I am headed on how to get this driver.
I think you are talking about drivers Win XP. Is this good?
I found this FAQ from Toshiba:
There, you can find this statement:
+ After the installation of Windows XP, there might be a yellow exclamation by a "PCI memory controller" or "* Mass Storage Controller *" in the Device Manager.
+ This hardware will only supported by Windows Vista. +
+ That is why there is no Windows XP drivers. +
Hope I could help.
After re-installation, my HP ZBook 15 G2 is missing the driver for "PCI Serial Port (COM5)".
This unit has the following ID: VEN_8086 DEV_8C3D
I installed all the drivers for chipset for the HP ZBook 15 G2.
Where can I find the driver for this device?
You need this driver. If the driver will automatically install the driver for serial port, and then manually install the device by navigating to the folder of the driver that was created when you ran the file.
This file will be located in C:\SWSetup\sp68428. Make sure that the include subfolders is selected and the driver should install. Then restart.
The hardware ID you posted is supported by this driver if you look in the mesrl configuration file.
% SRL_DeviceDesc % = ComPort, "PCI VEN_8086 & DEV_1E3D & CC_0700"
% SRL_DeviceDesc % = ComPort, "PCI VEN_8086 & DEV_1CBD & CC_0700"
% SRL_DeviceDesc % = ComPort, "PCI VEN_8086 & DEV_1C3D & CC_0700"
% SRL_DeviceDesc % = ComPort, "PCI VEN_8086 & DEV_1DBD & CC_0700"
% SRL_DeviceDesc % = ComPort, "PCI VEN_8086 & DEV_1D3D & CC_0700"
% SRL_DeviceDesc % = ComPort, "PCI VEN_8086 & DEV_8C3D & CC_0700"
% SRL_DeviceDesc % = ComPort, "PCI VEN_8086 & DEV_9C3D & CC_0700"
% SRL_DeviceDesc % = ComPort, "PCI VEN_8086 & DEV_9CBD & CC_0700"
% SRL_DeviceDesc % = ComPort, "PCI VEN_8086 & DEV_8D3D & CC_0700"
I'm sorry. I looked very hard, but I couldn't find a forum of mouse so I had to publish on printers. Hoping someone can help me.
Desperately looking for the driver for this mouse. This is a wired mouse dell with 2 side buttons and a scroll wheel. http://www.techexcess.NET/images/products/Dell/Dell-RP962-WS690-WS390.jpg
I'm looking for the driver so that I can configure the side buttons. Also the side scroll on the mouse does not right now. I guess that's because I don't have the driver.
Otherwise right now, once I have connect my laptop (Win Vista, 32-bit), the mouse works very well with the left and do a right click and vertical scrolling. However I'm looking to set up the side buttons and the scrolling. Tried very hard to find the driver on the Dell Web (Drivers/software) site but this mouse is not yet listed. (actually I'm disappointed that they have no listed in all optical wired mouse)
Help please! Thank you so much!
I'm sorry for the inconvenience you have suffered. You to use the link below and download the drivers that will help set the programmable keys:
My HP elitebook and windows 7, see the printer but can't find a driver. HP site does not support download for this device.
Anyone know how to contact the CompactLogix L32E Lookout 6.5.
It doesn't seem to be a driver for it in the OPC server from OR. Can someone point me in the right direction.
I thought that the 5300 ENI:CompactLogix would work, but it does not work.
Thanks to the folks at Kepware. I was able to get this working for CompactLogix L32E.
Step 1: In the OPC Server OR create a new channel. The channel name can be anything you want.
Step 2: Device driver will be ControlLogix Ethernet. You can also enable diagnostics if you want.
Step 3: Network adapter. I used default.
Step 4: Write only the latest values. Service at 10. (These are the default settings and are recommended.)
Step 5: Finish new channels configuration
Step 6: Click the icon to create the new device
Step 7: The name of the device can be selected.
Step 8: Select model of device in this case CompactLogix 5300
Step 9: Device for me ID been XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX, 1, 0 IP address (note the 1 redirects the path at the bottom of basket.) 0 to the location where the processor is)
Step 9: Device synchronization. Leave the default values.
Step 10: Automatic demotion leave unchecked.
Step 11: Leave default values do not generate start remove create and enable the subgroups
Step 12: Port and watchdogs with default settings
Step 13: Options of the project leave default. (In my case, I've changed to short because that's what most of my tags was)
Step 14: Create tagname of the device.
Step 14: Finishing Device setup.
You now have two options.
Option 1: Start creating labels according to your needs. (This is what I did)
Option 2: Newly created device right click and select property. Then select the database creation and click auto create.
Go to the belvedere and create the new driver.
Select Client OPC
The server name will be on the menu drop down. National Instruments: NIOPCServers
You must be done and smiling.
I removed the old driver that I received a message that says Windows cannot start this hardware device because its configuration register is incomplete or damaged (code19) any help much appreciated.
All optical drives that I've seen work with native support built into the operating system. Make/model specific drivers are not necessary (otherwise how would Windows settle optical media?).
When optical readers to driver problems, the solution is normally that the registry must be modified, as defined in this atricle...
However, as you say "removed" the former pilot, I can't say with certainty that the steps described in the article above will work for you. If they aren't, maybe if you we say exactly how you deleted this driver, we might be able to offer other solutions.
I am running XP Pro 64-bit, 8 GB of Ram. I recently had to format my HD and everything... to reinstall all the software programs and hardware connected. This includes the keyboard listed in the title of this message. Everything works... MS Wireless Optical Mouse 2000... and all the keys on the keyboard, with the exception of the key 'Sleep' on the far right end. I used the CD packed when I bought the keyboard and the mouse packaged together.
When I go into settings where it shows the list of ads of the keys, the sleep key is not in the list!
I uninstalled the keyboard using the Panel of configuration/Add / Remove programs. Then, I ran CCleaner and restarted my computer.
I then download and installed the driver only POSSIBLE listed on the MS site, and I noticed that the list did NOT say 1.1 that the Sleep button still does NOT work.
I then uninstalled the newest driver and once again used the original CD, restarted my computer. Nothing has changed. All keys UNDER the intended MS sleep function key.
I checked the properties, hardware, driver, Control Panel, keyboard. It shows 220.127.116.11 driver.
This keyboard operated perfectly from November 14, 2008 when I built this desktop computer and it should once again!
How can I correct/eliminate this problem?
You have whatever it is again plugged into the PC?
You are still able to get in mode sleep without the use of this shortcut key?
You may need to reinstall the system drivers, like you, for example video card drivers.
In addition, in the data sheet of the product (in the link provided above), you will notice this line: shortened sleep functionality is available if your system supports power management and it helped, and that all devices are compatible with power management.
This is why I am asking if there is that anything that is plugged into the PC that might be turning off standby.
Also, since you said it was perfect in the past, have you tried a system restore to a point in time in which it was working fine?
Should which driver I need?... Please help me... I have no idea... thx...
I don't know what drivers you need, but if you have a laptop US model pilots, tools and utilities, you will find under http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/su/su_sc_modSel.jsp
I just bought a new Sat Pro P870 PSPLFA-O1C001, which comes with Windows 8 and no downgrade disc.
The customer wants Windows 7 Pro, so bought the software & made a new installation. I downloaded & installed all the appropriate drivers from Toshiba site http://www.mytoshiba.com.au/support/computers/satellite/p870/psplba-02k00s/download?os=25
But I still have a "other devices" - (USB) Universal Serial Bus controller.
Hardware ID are:
PCI\VEN_8086 & DEV_1E31 & SUBSYS_FF1E1179 & REV_04
PCI\VEN_8086 & DEV_1E31 & SUBSYS_FF1E1179
PCI\VEN_8086 & DEV_1E31 & CC_0C0330
PCI\VEN_8086 & DEV_1E31 & CC_0C03
Name of the physical device object is:
Anyone able to tell me what is this device?
I put t know if this will help but try please install THIS driver.
Please post comments.
I have new laptop A100 and I just replace vista by XP win.
Almost all of the installed devices inside do not work using the appropriate driver (downloaded from this site).
But I can't find driver for Bluetooth. When devicemanager launched, there is the unknown device list, labeled as tos6205/acpi/2 & daba3ff & 0.
Please, could you tell me if it's really BT and if so, how could I make operational?
Thank you very much
The Bluetooth driver stack can be downloaded from the Toshiba page!
You will check the drivers of your Toshiba notebook series section or you are going to visit the center of Information of Toshiba Bluetooth page:
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