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ACPI INT33A0 driver download [SOLVED]

Q. Looking for a Windows driver… ACPI INT33A0 unknown device, what driver should I use? –Ken Kollar A. The ACPI INT33A0 is a iSCT ACPI Virtual Device which is part of Intel’s Smart Connect. You can download the correct driver here: (dl link) Driver is compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 7. PS The Intel Smart Connect technology is being included with a lot of nice new Ultrabooks and it can be pretty handy. If you would like to find out more about

Any tablets with WiDi? Yes!

Q. Are there any tablets with wireless display (WiDi) capability available out there? A. Yes! While they are relatively uncommon, the main Windows tablet with WiDi that I know of is the Samsung series 7 tablet: Samsung Series 7 XE700T1A-A02US 11.6-Inch Slate (128GB SSD)http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006KYY1AU/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B006KYY1AU&linkCode=as2&tag=pixensity-20A lightweight slate computer with full PC capabilities running, the Samsung Series 7 Slate PC (model XE700T1A-A02US) offers all of the features of a full-sized laptop… There are plenty of Miracast capable tablets and phones out there

DISABLE: Restart Your Computer To Finish Installing Important Updates

If you are reading this page then you have probably been greeted by this every annoying Windows  Update prompt: ‘Restart Your Computer To Finish Installing Important Updates’ Wouldn’t it be nice if we could get rid of this annoying prompt? Thankfully, we can with just a few simple steps: #1 make sure the ‘Restart your computer…” prompt is not showing (i.e. ‘Postpone’ it for 4 hours) #2 start the Windows command prompt with administrative privileges #3 run the following command: net

BCM20702A0 HP drivers for Windows 7 & 8

Q.I have a new HP laptop that I did a clean install of Windows on but now it has an ‘Unknown Device’ BCM20702A0 🙁 I saw you have similar drivers listed for other brands, do you know what driver I should use to fix it for my HP laptop? A. Here is the HP driver that should solve your BCM20702A0 Unknown Device issue: [local mirror in progress], HP dl page Win 7 [or direct], HP dl page Win 8 [or direct] Supports both  32-bit and 64-bit Windows 🙂 HP BCM20702A0

BCM20702A0 Lenovo drivers for Windows 7 & 8

Q. Hello, I have a Lenovo Thinkpad laptop with an Unknown Device that has ‘BCM20702A0’ listed on it… do you know what driver I should use to fix it? A. Here is the Lenovo driver that should solve your Thinkpad’s BCM20702A0 Unknown Device issue: [local mirror in progress], Lenovo dl link Win 7(x86 and x64), Lenovo dl link Win 8 (x86 and x64)   BCM20702A0 device driver installation screenshot: Supported Laptop/Notebook models: Software name: ThinkPad Bluetooth with Enhanced Data Rate Software ThinkPad L420,

Disable Network Boot in VMWare!

The VMWare PXE network boot screen can be rather annoying: Here are the steps for disabling network boot on a Windows 7 VM host (or Windows 8 host) and a Windows 7 guest OS: #0 Power off your virtual machine #1 Use notepad (or your favorite text editor) to edit your virtual machine’s .vmx file For example, my VMX file for this particular VM was located here: C:\Users\JD\Documents\Virtual Machines\01 Small Template, Windows 7 x64\01 Small Template, Windows 7 x64.vmx #2

List of MD5/SHA1 hashes for various Windows OS ISOs

Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 R2 Volume License (VL) English Name: 7600.16385.090713-1255_x64fre_server_en-us_VL-GRMSXVOL_EN_DVD.iso Size: 2,996,799,488 bytes SHA1: AD855EA913AAEC3F1D0E1833C1AEF7A0DE326B0A Windows 7 Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit: Name: 7600.16385.090713-1255_x64fre_client_en-us_Retail_Ultimate-GRMCULXFRER_EN_DVD.iso Other name: en_windows_7_ultimate_x64_dvd_X15-65922.iso MD5: F43D22E4FB07BF617D573ACD8785C028 SHA-1: 326327CC2FF9F05379F5058C41BE6BC5E004BAA7 CRC: 0x1F1257CA / CRC32: 1F1257CA Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit: Name: 7600.16385.090713-1255_x86fre_client_en-us_Retail_Ultimate-GRMCULFRER_EN_DVD.iso Other name: en_windows_7_ultimate_x86_dvd_X15-65921.iso SHA-1: 5395DC4B38F7BDB1E005FF414DEEDFDB16DBF610 CRC: 0xC1C20F76 Windows 7 Professional 64-bit: Name: en_windows_7_professional_x64_dvd_x15-65805.iso SHA-1: 50127304441A793EE51B3F501289F6599A559E9F CRC: 502C42C1 Windows 7 Professional 32-bit: Name: en_windows_7_professional_x86_dvd_x15-65804.iso SHA-1: 697FA06554502FB21D30275273B25747299C020D CRC: 578725D1 Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit: Name: en_windows_7_home_premium_x64_dvd_x15-65733.iso SHA-1: 336779EA6B65F63E11A609B4D021439C47AB315B CRC: 56D954E4

ACPI\SMO8810 Dell driver [SOLVED!]

Q. Hi, I just bought a Dell laptop and resinstalled Windows 7 on it. Now I have an unknown device ‘ACPI/SMO8810’. What driver can I download to fix it? A.Here is the download link to solve your ACPI/SMO8810 Unknown Device issue: , Dell dl link NOTE: That is the accelerometer that is built into your laptop. More details about free fall sensors: That free-fall sensor is an accelerometer which can detect movement (i.e. downward acceleration or falling) and using that sensor your laptop

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