Windows 7 Edition home premium with service pack 1: I need to get drivers for DC bus SM Bus Contrller and universal.
I have trouble finding drivers for SM bus controller and bus universal controller. I don't know why they are not loaded on the hard drive or if they were at the same time, how or why they are missing today and, more importantly, where do I go to find these drivers? Your help is very appreciated!
1. What is the brand and model of the computer?
2. What is the accurate and complete error message you get?
2. don't you make changes to the computer before the show?
I suggest you try the steps from the following link:
Tips for solving common driver problems
Since SP2 was installed I had travel problems, copy, delete and rename files. When I do all this the appropriate box opens, but it will remain open and the computer will not respond. The only way to solve the problem is to use the Task Manager to end the task.
I'm running a processor 2.33 GHZ of intel with 23 GB of ram and a 500 GB with 310 GB of free disc.
Free unlimited installation and compatibility support is available for Windows Vista, but only for Service Pack 2 (SP2). This support for SP2 is valid until August 30, 2010.
Microsoft free support for Vista SP2 at the link above.
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OK, I have a legal copy of vista Home premium with service packs and updates from microsoft and want to start clean with a clean installation I do not have the original, only recovery and put installation disc at level Express disc?
OK, I know that this may be simple for most, but I have an of a moment _ this find. As I said legal copy that has been saved... I backed up all my files on DVD, I don't care if I lose all the programs that I can always download them later. Basically I want is that it was when I brought home the first time. I searched high and low for the original disc of Vista but no luck. I do not have people upgrade at any time, but I was not able to find a definitive answer about it online. Not too complicate it again but I have 4 GB of ram and processor can run 64-bit, and I have 32-bit curently I'm sure you know where I'm going with that. I know a little about how to do it, but want reasurance and direction from someone who knows hit safe and ready to help. Any person who get end to this nightmare for me will be really appreciated.
Contact the manufacturer to obtain a set of recovery discs original (for a fee) and use them to make the initial installation. Activate it. Then you can do the upgrade and activate that. You must install the original operating system in order to install the upgrade. If you are going from 32 bits to 64 bits that cannot be done with an upgrade - which requires complete and clean installation.
Here is the Microsoft policy on replacement software; http://support.microsoft.com/kb/326246.
I hope this helps.
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used ACER Aspire 5100 which has windows vista Home premium with service pack 2. It has technology MOBILE AMD Turion 64 x 2 usb ports doesn't work don't, webcam and CD/DVD drive now does not.
I bought the laptop to a pawn shop and waiting for a few minor problems, but not this one.
It began with the webcam doesn't work does not correctly, but works. After Device Manager running that it has detected a Xerox Pro scanner, not built in webcam which i see in front of me. I tried everything with no success, but this isn't the only problem there is... more
After I realized that the cam is not working, all 3 USB ports leaving recognize anything and all the devices connected by a mouse flexible wireless microphone on a memory stick 4 GB, could not be recognized. All were then tested in two other PC with these things being recognized and installed on the PC.
I have updated after him saying driver not installed, only to be told driver is already up-to-date, but will still not be recognized.
Now the CD/DVD does not work and is not even detected in scan. says the drivers are not present or that is disconnected. I did nothing else than to go in circles are doing the same thing over and over again.
Is there a worm or bug or something wrong freeking I know and how do I solve this problem?
I like most of the features of vista, but if it's the doo doo a bit I have to put up with... I want XP less back pain...
Once again can not locate or install programs or drivers to operate the integrated webcam
All USB ports defective 3 and CD/DVD is no longer functional or even detected in laptop... HELP ME PLEASE
1. did uninstall you the USB ports on the Device Manager and reinstalled as mentioned in the previous post?
Please see the following thread link:
Uninstall all USB device manager entries and check.
a. Click Start and typedevmgmt.msc and then click OK. Device Manager opens.
b. expand Bus USB controllers.
Note: You will need to scroll down to find this point.
c. the first USB controller under Bus USB controllers right click and then click on uninstall to remove it.
d. Repeat steps above for each controller USB is listed under Bus USB controllers.
e. restart the computer. After the computer starts, Windows will automatically check for changes on the hardware and reinstall all USB controllers that you uninstalled.
f. check the USB device to see if it works
2. have you tried to uninstall the webcam?
If this is not the case, try to uninstall the webcam in Device Manager and install the latest version of the drivers from the following Acer site.
On the problem of DVD player, you can try the steps in the following article and check if it helps.
Hope this information is useful.
The tool on, for me, works much faster than 4 hrs. I just ran yesterday on a Windows 7 factory restore and it finished in under an hour. It's your call.
original title: Windows7 Professional Upgrade
I just bought a new computer running Windows 7 Edition Home Premium with an upgrade to windows 7 Pro. I have the PIN # for the upgrade, but I can't get the site to come www.windows7.com/get key. How to pass?
If your PIN does not work, try the following:
1. check that the PIN has been entered correctly. PIN code is not case sensitive and is alpha-numeric.
2. make sure that the PIN has not already been used to obtain a product key. A PIN can be used only once to get a product key. If the PIN has been used, you can connect to your account with your Windows Live ID (if you have it when the PIN has been entered) to access your product key or you can check your email for the confirmation e-mail, that you have received when the PIN has been consumed to access your product key.
3 contact support if you have any questions: www.windows7.com/getkeysupport.
Original title: guest for Windows 7 Home Premium account
I would like to aid which has had to face the problem below and how it was fixed.
I have Window 7 Edition home premium and created a guest account with normal privileges that is turned on but cannot access with the error "Windows could not connect to the Group Policy client service" I think that the main problem is related to a policy because when put on the account to administer it in pop, error message says 'Cannot connect to a windows service' Please check group policy log.
Thank you very much in advance
Thank you for your time and effort to get back to us, and I apologize for the delay in responding.
Method 1 step number d makes reference to the present Details tab on the event viewer, where you can get the details of the error. First, search for the error which will be something like Windows cannot process extension Client Strategy Group-side and click on the error and then click the Details tab and make a note of the GUID (Globally Unique Identifier) for the extension defective client-side. For reference, see the screenshot:
Now come to step f number , it indicates the location of the Group Policy Extensions so that you can check if the extensions shown in the case log and the Registry Editor extension have a difference. The path of the GPExtension is HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\GPExtensions. For reference, see the screenshot:
Let us know if the steps are clear to understand now. If this isn't the case, we will be happy to help you further.
original title: error with ehshell.exe
I have Windows XP Media Center Edition Version 2002 with Service Pack 3 and I tried to run Media Center but I get an error message with ehshell.exe. Could you help me?
This problem exists since the 1st Media Center. SP2 and SP3 had a difficulty, but it is obvious that it doesn't always. The same problem still exists in Vista today with a lot of other carried over from XP. System restore would work, but you do not have any good restore points so reinstall an operating system seems to be your only option.
You probably don't want to do an OS reinstall you need for Media Center, but since it does not at all, you might want to play then remove the Media Center updates and or SP3 and reinstall them.
I need to reinstall an o/s winXP Home legitimate as I already have the license, so I just need a copy of Windows XP Edition Home Premium. Can someone help me. ___
I need to reinstall an o/s winXP Home legitimate as I already have the license, so I just need a copy of Windows XP Edition Home Premium. Can someone help me.
Windows 7 Edition Home Premium. After that windows update KB982926 & KB982670, will in a reboot loop, 64 bit, Dell Studio XPS. I used F8 & restore to burst. Tried the update again with the same results. Silverlight & Net Framework updates
I want to clarify if you are able to start the computer on the desktop after the system restore.
Follow the steps mentioned below and then try to install the updates manually
Step 1: Auditor of file system (CFS) scan to fix all of the corrupted system files. To do this, follow the steps mentioned in the link below:
How to use the System File Checker tool to fix the system files missing or corrupted on Windows Vista or Windows 7
Step 2: Run the fixit available in the link below to reset windows update components.
How to reset the Windows Update components?
Step 3: Disable the security software; Follow the steps mentioned in the link below
Disable antivirus software
Important: Activate security software once everything is done.
Step 4: Download the update manually and then install them
The .NET Framework 4 Client Profile is available on Windows Update
Description of the update for Silverlight:
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I want to restore my hp desktop computer that is running windows vista edition Home premium, but I don't have the cd and when I try it files through the windows there not a correct restore date. can someone help me?
You're confused system recovery and system restore.
System Restore makes the settings from your computer to an earlier date; It will not reinstall the operating system.
System recovery reinstalls the operating system how much you bought your machine; as for the new State.
"Recover Windows Vista operating system using HP Recovery"
You can reinstall by the HP Recovery Manager if your computer is still running or by pressing F11 at startup.
You can also make your own recovery discs.
All these information are the included HP link.
For the HP Recovery Manager.The backup and HP Recovery Manager on HP Pavilion and Compaq Presario computers is a versatile, easy to use application that allows you to:
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WE HAVE CURRENTLY USING WINDOWS 7 PROFESSIONAL. WE BOUGHT A NEW COMPUTER AND NEED TO TRANSFER THE WINDOWS 7 ON NEW OLD COMPUTER WILL NOT BE USED. THE NEW MACHINE IS CURRENTLY RUNNING WINDOWS 7 HOME. WE CAN NOT FIND THE DISK AND DO NOT KNOW WHAT WE MUST DO TO TRANSFER WINDOWS PROFESSIONAL. THE DISCS ARE SOLD FOR $200.00 AT THE STORE, BUT SINCE WE USE IT ALREADY, I THOUGHT, HE COULD BE TRANSFERRED?
It is a copy of the retail of Windows 7 Professional store bought? If so, you can try to recover the product key and make an Express upgrade on the new machine:
Here are four utilities, which can display your product keys if they are still there:
Belarc Advisor: http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html
(He did a good job of providing a wealth of information.)
and RockXP: http://www.majorgeeks.com/download4138.html which has additional features.
If Windows 7 Professional came preloaded on the old machine you cannot upload it:
The OEM of Windows 7 versions are identical to the versions commercial full license with the following exception:
-OEM versions don't offer any free direct support from Microsoft technical support Microsoft
-OEM Licenses are tied to the computer first you install and activate it on
-OEM versions allow all hardware upgrades except for an upgrade to a different model motherboard
-OEM versions does not move directly from an older Windows operating system
If the license for Windows 7 Professional, you have access to is a retail version update or complete, you can use the product key and the Express upgrade to Windows 7 Edition Home Premium to Windows 7 Professional. First of all, check that the edition of Windows 7, you are upgrading is already enabled (if it isn't, you will encounter complications and that you might start all by performing a clean installation). Click Start, type Anytime Upgrade, click on the option enter a key, enter the key of Windows 7 Professional on demand, click Next, wait while checking the key, accept the license agreement, click on upgrade, wait while the software upgrades, (it may take 10 minutes or more depending on the if updates are required) your computer restarts automatically, after the reboot, Windows 7 will notify you updating the computer, the computer will restart once more automatically and will be completed the upgrade, a window will appear notifying the upgrade was successful and your computer is ready to use, click Close, you should be upgraded to Windows 7 Professional your files, programs and settings retained.
I have Windows 7 Edition home premium installed 32-bit update. How can I upgrade to 64-bit? Will there be problems of validation so I re-install from scratch?
If you have purchased a retail package, it should include the disk for Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. Otherwise, you can download a backup copy at the following link and use the same product key that allows you to enable the 32-bit version. Its a possibility, you may need to reactivate by phone, see below for instructions:
You will need to do a clean install, there is no place on the way to upgrade Windows 7 32 bit to 64 bit.
Using the disk of 64-bit Windows 7, install Windows 7 Windows Easy Transfer Utility from the DVD (to find it, simply navigate to x:\support\migwiz, "x:" is the name of your hard drive. (In this case, you will see a collection of files, the important"that you must search for and double-click is 'migsetup'.) run it and create a DAMP (Windows Easy Transfer file), if you have an external hard drive, you can access it later when you perform a clean install of Windows 7 64-bit disk so you can stored there.
Once you have done this, just do a clean install of Windows 7 64 bit disc. In Windows 7 64 bit disk, start Windows Easy Transfer, follow the wizard screen, tap on which is stored the WET file (external hard drive) and it will restore your personal files and settings. Reinstall the applications needed.
How to activate Windows 7 manually (activate by phone)
1) click Start and in the search for box type: slui.exe 4
(2) press the ENTER"" key.
(3) select your "country" in the list.
(4) choose the option "activate phone".
(5) stay on the phone (do not select/press all options) and wait for a person to help you with the activation.
(6) explain your problem clearly to the support person.
I'll be able to restore the backup taken before improving the operating system of Windows Vista Edition home premium for Windows-8
Welcome to the Microsoft community. Yes, you will be able to restore the backup before the upgrade to Windows 8. Follow these steps:
(a) press the Windows key + W.
(b) type of recovering files of Windows 7 , and then press enter.
(c) restore files.
I hope this helps. Let us know if you need more assistance.
How to change computer name in windows vista edition Home premium?
You can see the following article for more information on changing the name of the computer:
Change the name of your computer
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