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Ian Wilson
Ian Wilson

Atk0110 Acpi Utility Driver 64-bit

To fix this, I first tried to use my original M2A-VM driver installation CD that came with my MOBO when purchased new in 2008, but Windows 7 spit out the set up program and said that it was not for this OS. (I think I somehow had been using the drivers from that CD before today, which may account for my system hangs). I then went to the AsusTek downloads page and downloaded the Beta drivers for the M2A-VM chipset. Under the chipset tab you find three files that you can download. When I downloaded them they were labeled Beta. I used the "Global" links to download all three files. The one that fixed this was titled MB-WIN7_ATK. I downloaded this file and created its own folder for it, and then I traversed thru the file by double clicking on the unzipped file until I got to the level for 64-bit that had a file named AsAcpiIns, which is an application. I double clicked on that file, and it let me extract the files from the zip file into the folder. Once I was able to traverse the unzipped files and come into a .SYS file I knew that I was in business. I used the update driver option for the unknown device, and it successfully installed from the directory containing the unzipped driver and information..

Atk0110 acpi utility driver 64-bit

Once you have downloaded your new driver, you'll need to install it. In Windows, use a built-in utility called Device Manager, which allows you to see all of the devices recognized by your system, and the drivers associated with them. 350c69d7ab


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