Download and unzip the file to its folder. As you can see from the driver setup information file, it is a null driver which means it just gets rid of the unknown device but doesn’t install anything to speak of. I wouldn’t know what thread you saw. For Vista and W7, that is why nvidia wrote a null driver just to get rid of the unknown device showing up. Message 4 of What is the full model number or product nunber of your PC?
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Message 8 of I dont know all i know is when i go to systems and it shows my hard drive and usb devices and so on. Didn’t find what you were looking for? Download and unzip the file to its folder. I have tried what you guys have in the forum but nothing works since i guess its not related to windows What is the full model number or product nunber of your PC?
Then restart the PC. Message 1 of Click on the driver tab. Message 5 of All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. The away mode driver was only needed for Windows XP.
I wouldn’t know what thread you saw. Do not do anything with the files in the folder. Message 3 of If you have a question, please create a new topic by clicking here.
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Message 2 of I would have too. I want a ‘clean’ device manager.
Message 10 of The product number can be found on the same sticker as the serial number. I hope by doing so it will fix this problem im tired of resetting the computer.
Microsoft Windows 10 bit.
I have the same question. Here is a awyy0001 and paste of the driver setup information file which shows support for that ID You can see the away mode driver is included, but as I wrote above, it is no different than the one I posted and if it doesn’t work, then there won’t be anything you can do.
You can try the latest chipset driver from nvidia for that chipset, but inside that chipset is only the same driver I posted.
As you can see from the driver setup information file, it is a awy001 driver which means it just gets rid of the unknown device but doesn’t install anything to speak of. Make sure the Include subfolders box is checked and the driver should install.
ACPI\AWY0001 device driver for Windows 7 x64
I tried that one and it did not work. I have zipped up and attached the driver that should work for you below. Message 9 of I guess folks were complaining.
For Vista and W7, that is why nvidia wrote a null driver just to get rid of the unknown device showing up. This topic has been locked due to inactivity for a long period of time.