Re: ATK0110 ACPI Utility - Vista finds & downloads update but then
You can uninstall the driver in save mode from Control Panel/Device Manager.
"Ger F." wrote:
> Hello Stan,
> How I can UNINSTALL the driver?
> Best regards, Ger
> I thank you in advance for your reaction.
> "Stan Kay" wrote:
> > I have done further work on this matter and discovered that if I uninstall
> > the ATK0110 ACPI Utility then run Windows Update the driver is installed
> > without a problem. It follows that the driver is intended for my platform.
> > Moreover, the driver is dated 2004 even though there is available a driver
> > 1043.4.00 dated 19/10/2006. I have now installed the updated driver and
> > await the outcome of the next automatic update.
> > "Stan Kay" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > newsEAD7E28-3158-4925-A563-4BACF7BBA5FF@microsoft.com...
> > > Whenever I run Windows Vista Update I am told there is an important update
> > > for the ATK0110 ACPI Utility and recommends that it be installed. When I
> > > accept the invitation the following occurs:-
> > >
> > > 1. The update downloads.
> > > 2. I am told that a Restore Point is being created.
> > > 3. The update then begins to install
> > > 4. I am then told that the update is not intended for my platform and I
> > > should download the correct version!!!
> > >
> > > I have done this several times but always get the same result. My
> > > motherboard is an Asus P5B Deluxe and the company web site tells me that
> > > the latest driver for my Vista Ultimate 32 bit operating system is version
> > > 1043.4.00 dated 19/10/2006 - and that is the one which appears in Device
> > > Manager.
> > >
> > > Since my system is working very quickly and faultlessly then can anyone
> > > please tell me why Microsoft Update informs me that there is a recommended
> > > update for my PC, and yet, when I try to install this recommended update I
> > > am told that it is not intended for my platform?