Re: ACPI Driver error
I have the similar issue with my ACPI as well. I changed my computer from
Standard (which uses duo core) to ACPI (which only uses one core). I did this
in hopes of better performance on gaming, but using a single core has slowed
my computer down considerably. I read online that I can rollback the device
anytime I wanted, but found out that that's not true. ACPI driver does not
let me rollback or uninstall.
Is there a way I can go back to standard or ACPI multicore?
help will be greatly appreciated
> Thx for your fast reply; however, I can't roll back the driver and I can't
> uninstall it from the device manager. All I can do is update it, but I don't
> have the first driver, not even if I chose from the list.
> "peter" wrote:
> > Try rolling the driver back
> > Control Panel/Device Manager........expand Computer...right click the ACPI
> > device...drivers tab....rollback.
> > peter
> > "Bachag" <Bachag@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > news:3EE30910-3B7B-48BB-BC67-E1998A541562@microsoft.com...
> > > Hey,
> > >
> > > I have a Toshiba P105-6227 laptop. I was trying to update my ACPI driver.
> > > So
> > > I clicked on let me chose from a list. It was called "ACPI x86-based
> > > computer" and now it's called "Advanced Configuration and Power Interface
> > > (ACPI) PC". I can't get the first driver, and now my "Texas Instruments
> > > OHCI
> > > Compliant IEEE 1394", "Texas Instruments PCIxx12 Integrated FlashMedia
> > > Controller", and my "SDA Standard Compliant SD Host Controller" are not
> > > working: This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use.
> > > (Code
> > > 12).
> > >
> > > Is there a way I can fix this error? Thx
> > >