I only installed the ‘away mode inf’, and it seems to solve the device manager problem of unidentified hardware. Message 2 of As for the last person’s comment, that does not work for me. I have the same question. Just go to this forum to read the discussion thread:
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There is a way to solve this problem.
Sign in to vote. Copyright -Tech Support Forum. Message 5 of In my case, the modem is not being detected unidentified and is therefore unusable.
ACPI\AWY\2&DABA3FF&0 the drivers for this divice are not installed
Road Runner High Speed Online http: I’m not used to using Windows. I dont know all i know is when i go to systems and it shows my hard drive and usb devices and so on. I contacted Microsoft awwy0001 spoke with someone about what appears to be the same issue as discussed on this thread. I have tried what you guys have in the forum but nothing works since i guess its not related to windows The device manager shows one unknown device ir I can’t figure out.
Nothing fancy connected to it, just basic peripherals.
Message 4 of I want a ‘clean’ device manager. Harsware Device Manager under both x86 and x64 there is one item listed under Unknown Devices. Regards Rem Thanks, I gonna check it.
Wednesday, May 19, 6: After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out. The away mode driver was only needed for Windows XP. Thursday, May 28, 6: Marked as answer by Guillermo.
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Upon examination, clicking this link seems to suggest that I need to install my chipset: Might I need a chipset update? Message 9 of You can download the good driver here: Haddware is where I found the culprit on my pc.
Click on Update Driver. I hope by doing so it will fix this problem im tired of resetting the computer.
Unplugged the USB speakers and the thumbdrive, no luck. Here is a copy and paste of the driver setup information file which shows support for that ID Barb Bowman, Dec 15, I tried that one and it did not work.
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There is a way to identify the device to search for generic drivers? Under this you’ll find a folder named AWY.
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