|05 Jul 2009||#1|
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Coprocessor driver for GeForce 7150M / nForce 630M
I am running an HP dv2810us 14" laptop with the GeForce 7150M / nForce 630M video/chipset.
I have read a few posts regarding this issue across the internet. Been searching out this bugger for weeks now and the closest I have come to resolving it is this site.
I am running a 32bit version of 7 and the coprocessor driver will just not load.
I have downloaded my drivers from HP, Nvidia, and guru3d. Multiple sets of each and none of these will work.
I have used universal extractor to pull apart hose files to get at the inf's and can't get it to work.
I saw two references to this solution being fixed....
first guy said he loaded a driver out of HP's set and it worked but he could not remember which one and that it did not seem like it was the right thing
second was a jc guy from this site that said he did it by getting drivers for a different laptop from HP which he also did not say which.
Any help I can get at this would rock. I feel like this one stupid thing is crippling my computer...
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