|22 Apr 2013||#1|
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Nvidia for GT 650M and USB controller drivers.
Hey people !
I'm having a last issue after installing Windows 7 x64 after uninstalling Win8.
Let me give you the specs of this notebook so you know a bit more about my machine.
Bought from Medion (German), Akoya P6815 (899euros)
It's running on a i7-3630 QM, 4/8
Nvidia GeForce GT 650M (also Intel has a discrete GPU running before it switches to the Nvidia card when it needs more performance)
After installing Windows 7 my tech friend had to install a few drivers in order to be ok with everything. But i have an issue with two of them. First the Nvidia, the friend of mine tried installing the latest driver needed but told me I needed to redownload it from the manufacturer or the Nvidia site so I could have the panel control (to set it up). Which I did of course. I tried installing it at home after downloading it from Nvidia, but it told me that it needs an Intel driver first ... I thought of the driver for the discrete Intel GPU (which is used unless the Nvidia is needed to increase performances automatically). So I went the manufacturerís site and downloaded the driver provided for my notebook. I activated the setup, it said it was done and tested, nothing else (all in a second), I by then tried to run the Nvidia driver installer but it told me the same. So i tried finding the Nvidia driver which is also provided for my notebook on the Medionís site. I run it, it tells me itís installed and tested. All right. I check in the device manager (to Display Adapter > Standart VGA graphic adapter) and it says the driver wonít start (code 10) ... I restarted just in case but nothing changed.
Apart from this driver thereís another one I canít seem to find. Unfortunatly I canít get any help from my friend now as I had to move right after seeing him ... in another country (had a flight to catch). I have this ďUniversal Serial Bus (USB) controllerĒ saying that the driver isnít installed. Yes my friend told me about it before I had to leave but I canít remember the simple solution he told me about (stupid isnít it ?) ... So I tried using the USB 3.0 driver from the manufacturerís site but once again nothing changed, even after rebooting.
So ... in other words Iím looking for anyone who could help me get these drivers correctly updated ?
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|25 Apr 2013||#2|
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So, I succeeded with the Nvidia and Intel drivers, thank you for (no) help but now I have of them which are still not working properly.
In DEVICE MANAGER :
Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware. The driver may be corrupted or missing. (Code 39)
The drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28)
There is no driver selected for the device information set or element.
so ... I launched AIDA64, for the Realtek (ethernet) device it shows this information under Network > PCI/PnP :
Realtek RTL8168/8111 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Adapter (PHY: Realtek RTL8211/8212
I also tried simply clicking on the "Update This Driver" in the task bar ... but it redirected me onto DriverAgent's site which I don't really trust (not mentioning it's not free at all !)
So ... In the end is there ANYONE to help me on this SEVENFORUMS ? Or I (again) have to wait until I can meet my tech friend ?? Cause I mean ... you know ... I know how much people on such forums are willing to help ... But I thought my problem with these drivers were once again a newbie problem that any experienced user could fix, so having no answer after a few days is kind of surprising !!
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