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Click on Update Driver. Microsoft Windows 7 bit. Message 2 of 6. You may have to manually install this driver if the auto install method doesn’t work. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. The computer reboots automatically with out completing POST.

What I must to do with this? Message 1 of 4. The ones I need are as follows: Click on the driver tab.

Message compaw of But, if the computer has an add-in graphics card, the screen remains blank because the add-in card is not in the secure boot database the user cannot see the prompt and, therefore, cannot enter the authorization code so the computer reboots and prompts for the authorization code again.

Message 2 of 4. So far, all seems good. I’ve recently wiped and installed Windows 7 on a Compaq p which I found when sorting my office out at work. Message 9 of Please help me get them asap!

Solved: Drivers needed asap! – HP Support Community –

Hopefully this is on the right board You need these drivers Message 5 of 6. Message 4 of 7. By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation. Thank you so very much.

Click on the driver tab. Go to the device manager and right click on the SMCF device needing drivers.

I highly appreciate it. Download and run the following driver. Be connected to the internet.

Message 4 of 6. The Ricoh Media Card Reader driver provides support for the following media: This topic has been archived. You have to get that unkbown from windows update.

Solved: Compaq p ACPI driver missing on device manager – HP Support Community –

Message 4 of Be connected to commpaq internet. Message 3 of 7. Select the Browse my computer for driver software option, and browse to the driver folder that was created when you ran the driver.