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I've been getting a BSOD and i've done the lot of things that people tell me to do, but don't work.
Now, someone tells me it's my coprocessor, and I guess it is.

So my Coprocessor is not there and has a yellow sign by it. I can't find it and wont let me update it.
I have to stay on safe mode because I get bsod on regular boot.
I also can't get on the internet because my ethernet is missing and is replace with a nvidia networking thing.
I don't have any nvidia on my computer, I have AMD.

My realy question is here.
Where can I get my coprocessor drive.
How can I get my ethern net running again.

I really don't need answers like to call the company and what not, when I could just do this kind of stuff by asking online.
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