Thank you for your response. Didn’t find what you were looking for? I tryed this driver recently at hp s, but problem is not solved. Remove From My Forums. I will try this drivers, but is the correct number. HP 3D DriveGuard 5:
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Please see discussion in the HP Forum thread linked below. Edited by britishdhez Wednesday, April 8, 1: Message 5 of Hi I had hp6000 same issue, but found the driver at last.
Use this forum to discuss miscellaneous issues that cannot be covered in any other Windows 7 forum. Nobody has an answer.
Driver Name: ACPI\HPQ\3&&0
Do you mind sharing it? I will make a note of xcpi for future reference. I will try this drivers, but is the correct number. Didn’t find what you were looking for? I will be going to HP when I have the time.
Solved: acpi/hpq – HP Support Community –
Wednesday, April 8, 2: Sign in to vote. HP 3D DriveGuard 5: Message 7 of I googled the code and the only two hits I got were your posts. Need to install proper driver. Friday, September 8, 7: Message 9 of How can I fix this?
Wednesday, April 1, 3: Navigate to where the file was saved to, and upload the generated text file to a public folder on your OneDrive account and post the link here. Did you mean hpq60000 post HPQ? I’m having the same issue with my HP W. Remove From My Forums.
ACPI\HPQ6000 device driver for Windows 7 x64
Click “start”type “msinfo32″Click “file” at the top of the page, select “export” and give the file a name and click “save”. Thursday, April 2, 5: May be i can contact directly with HP support?
Edited by britishdhez Thursday, April 2, 5: I have the same question. Could you please let us know the make and model number of your HP Computer?