It’s a safety feature related to the hard drive. Message 7 of No, create an account now. Also, you can use a software like Speccy. It shows you the name and model of any hardware in your system, even hardware that does not have a driver. They are upto date. I went back to the Vista versions and they appear to work, but Windows keeps complaining about them.
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Where can I find a Base System Device driver for Windows 7 on a Compaq Presario F?
Hello, if for some reason you cannot find drivers for windows 7, try using the vista drivers for your version of windows. Yes, my password is: Now for another subject, does anyone have any idea what the one remaining unidentified “Base System Device” is in the Device Manager?
compzq The following link shows the specifications for your printer:. Message 10 of Message 6 of Yeah, I saw that they posted them today.
Repeast for other device s. I second using Driver Detective! I cpmpaq never used any of the Vista drivers with WIndows 7, they don’t behave very well.
It looks like HP is adding updated drivers two or three times a day. Download and install speccy and look at all the information, especifically you are looking for any entry showing as baxe device.
Drivers for vista Message 8 of Your name or email address: Once install, it shows you all the specifications about your computer. It shows you the name and model of any hardware in your system, even hardware that does not have a sysstem. If you have a question, please create a new topic by clicking here.
This is the easier solution: EmailGuyNov 20, I haven’t been able to figure it out and I’ve Googled most of the device info trying to at least find out who the manufacturer is. This is a software that finds and updates the drivers for you. Sysyem the Mobile Data Protection Sensor detects your notebook is falling, it instructs the HDD to park the drive heads in an attempt to prevent damage to the drive.
The following link shows the specifications for your printer: I’m currently wiping XP and going to attempt Windows 7 RC install to see if the drivers solve the screen calibration problems.
Solved: Base system device driver? – HP Support Community –
I installed the Vista 32 Business version of the Protect Tools. They are upto date. This was the closest thread on the p and Windows 7. I’m running Windows 7 Enterprise 32 bit and Windows warns when installing and everytime I boot that the version of Protect Tools I’m using is not compatible with Windows 7. This is limited to: You need to install the network drivers uninstall the old ones install the lastest one’s reboot system after you removed it same goes for when you install it: Shape recognition drawing program for Windows 10?
The Windows 7 version of the AMT driver was released and loading that didn’t fix the final unknown issue in the device manager. It is complaining about Base System Device driver. Unfortunately they didn’t provide any bit drivers.