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ST micro accelerometer has a Driver problem ERROR


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dubli

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Hello,

I am getting this error...

ST micro accelerometer has a driver problem


I have Windows 7.


Can someone help?
thanks heaps :)

Edited by dubli, 20 March 2014 - 04:22 AM.

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dubli

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ok so I just un-installed accelermeter, then installed a more recent version...

so now when I troubleshoot for any driver problems, it doesn't come up as "ST micro accelerometer has a driver problem"
which is good...


however, now my PC Alert is coming up, and saying...

ST Micro Screen Detection Sensor isn't compatible with this version of Windows.


but if I put the older version on - then the last problem I had will most probably be apparent.


Has anyone ever seen or had this issue before, and were you able to fix it?
Let me know,
Thanks :)
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also when I run troubleshoot I still get this message...

hardware changes might not have been detected
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There is a compatibility issue with your Windows and with the ST Micro Accelerometer. Go to Dell website and download the correct driver there. Or you can also refer to the link below:

 

http://www.techyv.co...er-driver-issue

 

 


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