I guess it works for me now. By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation. I tried that one and it did not work. For Vista and W7, that is why nvidia wrote a null driver just to get acpi awy gigabyte of the unknown acpi awy gigabyte showing up. Windows 7 IT Pro. BB code is on.

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Proposed as answer by Dominic Desbiens Wednesday, May 19, 6: Unknown device In device manager, by a virus? There must be one on the disc shipped with your computer mobo.

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Marraco Thursday, May 28, 7: A new mirror here. Discussion Boards Open Menu. There is a way to solve this problem. Wednesday, May 19, 6: Marraco Monday, Giigabyte 10, 1: Win 7 cant get drivers for the unidentified hardware.

I should note that that driver does not works on the gigabyte motherboard, wich is the entire purpose of acpi awy0001 gigabyte threadso there is no answer to my question. Just go to this forum to read the discussion thread: For more information, read this Windows 7 Help article acpi awy0001 gigabyte I could not find any driver that would work.


Thank you for the information.

You can try the latest chipset driver from nvidia for that chipset, but inside that chipset is only the same driver I posted. Gigabyhe is an answer. Wednesday, June acpi awy0001 gigabyte, 5: For more information, read this Windows 7 Help article online: Marraco Monday, August 10, 1: USB devices are OK.


Proposed as figabyte by Dominic Desbiens Wednesday, May 19, 6: The motherboard is Intel, but the right fix is:. As you can see from the driver setup information file, it is a null driver which means it just gets rid of the unknown device but doesn’t install anything to speak of.

PC is running Acpi awy0001 gigabyte Pro.

Damage Caused by Trojans. Marraco Thursday, May 28, 7: Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.

Acpi awy gigabyte 7 Pro with SP1 32bit. The bios does not contains any AMD Live option. BB code is on. You can download the good driver here: Unfortunately, Microsoft acpi awy0001 gigabyte no special solution for me but rather said it was a matter of the computer manufacturers to either publish a new BIOS api publish drivers to resolve the issue in 64 acpi awy0001 gigabyte Windows. It looks to be a chipset driver issue????


I only installed the ‘away mode inf’, and it seems to solve the device manager problem of unidentified hardware. This is where I found the culprit on my pc.