Coprocessor error
My mobo is GA-E7AUM-DS2H with Nvidia GeForce 9400 onboard. I have installed Windows 8 and in Device Manager the Coprocessor is marked as missing. I have installed GeForce 310.33 Driver BETA. Also with heavy traffic on the LAN port the computer reboots very often. How can this be fixed ?
My mobo is GA-E7AUM-DS2H with Nvidia GeForce 9400 onboard.
I have installed Windows 8 and in Device Manager the Coprocessor is marked as missing.
I have installed GeForce 310.33 Driver BETA.
Also with heavy traffic on the LAN port the computer reboots very often.
How can this be fixed ?

#1
Posted 11/02/2012 10:48 AM   
uninstall Nvidia network access manager coprocessor could be anything, won't know without the device id's
uninstall Nvidia network access manager

coprocessor could be anything, won't know without the device id's



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#2
Posted 11/04/2012 03:57 AM   
I had the same issue with my M4N98TD EVO board. When you install your drivers the files get extracted to a temp folder or if your asked to extract them somewhere then their there. Anyways open up device manager and right click on co-processor and install driver, and manually select the folder where the drivers are located. Once you have selected the folder and install that should solve your problem.
I had the same issue with my M4N98TD EVO board. When you install your drivers the files get extracted to a temp folder or if your asked to extract them somewhere then their there. Anyways open up device manager and right click on co-processor and install driver, and manually select the folder where the drivers are located. Once you have selected the folder and install that should solve your problem.

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#3
Posted 11/04/2012 06:23 AM   
Same here - Coprocessor's missing on Win8Pro. My mobo is Asus Crosshair II Formula (MCP72XE-CROSSHR2-00). I installed NForce driver 15.56 which I used in Win7Ultimate but it didn't solve a problem. Tried Panteric's advice and it worked straightaway ;) Thx dude.
Same here - Coprocessor's missing on Win8Pro. My mobo is Asus Crosshair II Formula (MCP72XE-CROSSHR2-00). I installed NForce driver 15.56 which I used in Win7Ultimate but it didn't solve a problem.

Tried Panteric's advice and it worked straightaway ;) Thx dude.

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#4
Posted 11/04/2012 01:27 PM   
I have the same issue but with windows 10, can't seem to find the old driver disk to try for a manual install, Tried the ones from the asus support site but can't tell which ones are the correct ones tried what looked light the right ones but they don't work. anyone here got a spare driver disk with the correct Coprocessor drivers in it? thanx!
I have the same issue but with windows 10, can't seem to find the old driver disk to try for a manual install, Tried the ones from the asus support site but can't tell which ones are the correct ones tried what looked light the right ones but they don't work. anyone here got a spare driver disk with the correct Coprocessor drivers in it? thanx!

#5
Posted 06/21/2016 05:26 PM   
. Co-Processor is part of the NVIDIA CHIPSET drivers. It is the SMU bus Driver. You have to go way back to get it because your motherboard is not supposed to be used with Windows 10. Youre likely looking for the 15.xx series driver package. .
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Co-Processor is part of the NVIDIA CHIPSET drivers. It is the SMU bus Driver.

You have to go way back to get it because your motherboard is not supposed to be used with Windows 10.

Youre likely looking for the 15.xx series driver package.


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My Opinion is no more important or right than yours. But if your using the LATEST drivers, go back to the prior set.

Piss Poor tech support blame all issues on drivers and assumes that your an idiot. Find a set that you know worked and see if the problem exists still.

""Don't f with it if it ain't broken!""
Constantly updating drivers is a good way to F'up the whole system.

If the driver has an issue, don't be a fool, remove it.

Just because you can, does not mean you should.

#6
Posted 06/21/2016 08:28 PM   
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