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Windows 7: Just a tip reg. bsod and long boot up's - Coprocessor

22 Mar 2013   #1
bjorn1

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Just a tip reg. bsod and long boot up's - Coprocessor

Had problems with Win 7 and BSOD's on a regular basis . (M4n82 Deluxe Mobo - AMD Phenom 545) I did notice the exclamation mark in Device Manager about 'Coprocessor', but didn't give it a thought. Well, it showed out to be just the solution to install Nvidia's Coprocessor driver! 'Funny' thing is that I never saw it mentioned when surfing on the net for a solution! And MS Fix It also did nothing to suggest anything near..So here's for you in trouble to culprit your troubles ;-)


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22 Mar 2013   #2
koolkat77

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