Intel Pentium E2200 Driver

Intel Pentium dual-core processor e2200...
January 9, 2010 at 11:44:48
Specs: Windows 7
I'm running WIndows 7 on a PC with an Intel Pentium Dual E2200. When I review the hardware status it says that there is no driver installed for the co-processor. When Windows goes through the "fix problem" routine, it reports that it can't find a driver. I have no specific indications that there is a problem with the performance of the CPU.

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#1
January 9, 2010 at 11:51:49
Download the chipset drivers for your system's motherboard.

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#2
January 9, 2010 at 17:01:23
Thanks for the reply. I wasn't able to find an appropriate download on the MSI site. I tried their automatic driver update but it wouldn't run. The instructions said to make sure the toolbar settings would allow it but I don't know what those settings are. In their manual download, they ask for the processor type, then require a selection from a menu of "slots" which is foreign to me. (I thought computers were supposed to be getting easier to work with!)

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#3
January 9, 2010 at 17:10:30
When downloading a yellow bar will appear at the top asking for permission to allow the download, you must give it or it won't work.

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#4
January 9, 2010 at 21:48:21
Here's where I am: The MSI Live Update on their site would not start (page error) in IE 8 but does start in Firefox. But it says "loading" for half an hour. I tried going manually into their hardware selector which shows my 775 LGA socket but no GeForce chip sets which I have. Searching for the mainboard model MS-7366 drivers produces no results. Searching for NVIDIA or MSI Windows 7 drivers produces no results. Looks like this 2-year-old board can't be made fully compatible with WIndows 7. The same thing happened with my Acer Aspire Notebook for which I can't get drivers to allow me to get on line. WIndows 7 says my other desk top has an "incompatible" video card and will not turn off the monitor, display a screen saver or go into sleep mode. So much for backwards compatibility from Microsoft. Anyone who thinks they should upgrade to Windows 7 should plan on buying all new hardware guaranteed to be compatible

Thanks for your suggestions. -- Malcolm


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