Help with drivers!


dax

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It says on Device Manager that I have problems with 25 devices.

Screenshot: http://oi55.tinypic.com/2mdjhgm.png

The problem is that I can't fix it

It says:
''This device is not present, is not working properly, or does not have all its drivers installed. (Code 24)''

Device type: Non-Plug and Play Drivers

Manufacturer: Unknown

Location: Unknown

And there is no Update Driver button .

Please help me!!
 
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Hi dax, what does your device manager look like without you opening anything.
 
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Your device manger should look like this, with no yellow triangles w/exclamation points in it. If there is, with a screen shot uploaded we can help verify what piece of hardware is causing the issue.

device manager.PNG
 
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Dude, what the hell, this ain't right. There aren't even 25 devices on a system that can have drivers missing.
 
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Windows Update should take care of most the drivers. They may not be the most recent drivers but should work fine.

I agree with everyone here.

We definitely need dax to come back and explain further. It would be nice if we had a screen shot of the Device Manager.
 

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In addition to Thrax's salty comment... where did that screen capture come from? Which part of the system?

I have NEVER seen icons like that in the Device Manager, unless I'm totally culturally disadvantaged.
 
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dax

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It is Device Manager, I just opened Internet Network Adapters > Non-Plug and Play Drivers.
 

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Dax, it would help if you could provide more information. The type of system and model would be best to start with, or the motherboard model if it was a DIY system.
 

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Operating system: Windows 7 Professional 32-bit
System Model: Asus 1001px
 
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It didn't work, never mind. You guys did the best you could.
 
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What stands out to me is "Mount Point Manager" which, when I search for it, is some sort of remote DB software. I don't find much about it but I suspect it is responsible for all those missing devices which are probably remote DB volumes.
 

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So is the internet adapter working and you're able to connect to the internet?

If so, then I wouldn't worry about it.
 
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