After we both agreed that I hit “2” for motherboards, not routers, she correctly asked if everything I had plugged into the mobo was listed in the device manager. Originally Posted by Hopper Originally Posted by Qwinn. Okay, she says she has to research the problem further I know how very irritating these issues can be.
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ACPI\PNP0A0A device driver for Windows 7 x64
Hey folks, Reinstalled Win 7 on my machine today and i’m having issues trying to get the above device installed. At least Jeffrey had the presence of mind to start a support ticket and close it.
After trying the tips here and several other message boards, I found one which did fix the issue for me. Will something malfunction if you won’t install it?
Options Quote message in reply? The Asus Probe 11 Sense Driver fixed it for me. Problem solved, I think.
Asus z87 Unknown Device in Device Manager: ACPI\PNP0A0A
AtifAzim Windows 7 Pro 64 bit 41 posts. The issue seams to be with the installer not creating the dll PEbiosinterface I have those installed already.
The time now is Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. I called Asus blindly about an “unknown device” under “other devices”, hoping that they could provide a quick fix. Let me ask my manager if I’m the right person to help with motherboards. I battled with my system pnp0x0a a bit then landed on a solution that worked twice I ended up needing to re-install my OS.
Originally Posted by Qwinn. I would really appreciate having some further understanding on this.
Can someone help me?? They’re all from the same branch in device manager I’ve installed the latest chipset drivers from Intel, and all compatible lenovo drivers as well. Go ahead and do a normal restart.
What is the ACPI\PNP0A0A Device? Where is the Driver for this? – Stone Computers :: Knowledgebase
We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial pnl0a0a that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Benchmarking Software and Discussion Overclock. Once she understood I saw the unknown device in the device manager, she wanted to know if it was my router’s device manager. Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Unknown device in device manager after Bios default settings are applied.
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I still say no. Apparently, the manager said yes.
I’ve tried like hell to find a solution, but this is the best answer I’ve managed to find. That brought me here, and after the Intel Management Engine driver didn’t work I kept reading until Halloran’s post that suggested the probe sense thermal pnp0a0w. I get Jeffrey, much easier pn0a0a understand Similar help and support threads.
Windows 7 Pro 64 bit. I found the answer, if interested read this post. Results 1 to 10 of I brought up my mobo model on Asus’ website http: That’s when I started googling the properties off the details tab.