BOOT CAMP WINDOWS 7 COPROCESSOR DRIVER DOWNLOAD
January 19, 2020 | by admin
Everything seems to be working fine: Also tell me which macbook you are using. I downloaded the current version from nVidia of I got my technet subscription of Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and have promptly installed it on my MacBook. I hope Apple releases an updated driver disc for Windows 7.
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Tue Aug 18, 1: I really hope that you can help me with this.
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But, I can’t seem to be able to uninstall the old. I tried to install the boot camp drivers but was greeted by the “x64 is not supported on this mac” message.
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Well first thing first: Keep it civil and on topic. The macbook install went fine but the drivers were more of a problem.
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JessicaD42 Seniorius Lurkius Registered: The end result will be a capm that hosts Leopard, Vista and Windows 7. Reboot and most things will be working, except for the SM Bus and Coprocessor driver problems discussed in this thread.
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Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius et Subscriptor. Mon Aug 10, 7: I currently have the SM Bus controller driver missing or not installed….
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I downloaded the current version from nVidia of Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post. So far so good. As you can read on Bootcamp support page http: How do I get past what the hardware thinks I want to do?