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Windows 7: Downgrading BIOS

08 Jan 2010   #21

Vista Ult64, Win7600

Now you need to get rid of those yellow triangular marks in the Device manager, so let’s start trying to get the drivers installed for them, at the moment, don’t worry whether
they are Windows 7 drivers or Vista drivers It doesn’t matter.

Did you download the drivers from the site earlier, and if you did what ones did you download and where did you put them.?

In the Device manager are there still yellow marks as before.?

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08 Jan 2010   #22

Windows 7

Thanks for the help, by the way. I managed to get the two slot drives registered with the O2 drivers, but from Fujitsu's website. I tried the Vista drivers you gave me, but it wouldn't register them, even in compatibility mode. One of the Unknown Devices was picked up by the Windows driver finder tool, and it installed the Fujitsu System Extension Utility, though I haven't figured out exactly what it is for. What I cannot get are the last two; I highly suspect they are with the TPM device also within my computer, as thats what they showed up as in XP. Here, I cannot find the TPM drivers listed, even though I installed both the ones you provided and the ones from Fujitsu. No luck on the Bluetooth drivers.
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08 Jan 2010   #23

Vista Ult64, Win7600

Ok I am sure you will sort it, did you try windows update, check for updates, worth a try?

By the way in that Systems Information check to see if Problem Devices tells you anything.

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08 Jan 2010   #24

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Go to Fujitsu web site & download all your Drivers & software.

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