Change Intel Generic PnP to Acer Aspire model on display with out Cd nacer generic pnp monitor
Posted 10 May 2014 - 11:24 PM
Posted 11 May 2014 - 05:32 AM
Hi and welcome to Geeks to Go forums.
The Belarc Adviser is not a test that is either passed or failed, but is however a very useful application for listing the components and details of your computer's systems.
Here are two questions for you to answer please:
1 Is the screen on your laptop computer working satisfactorily?
2 Is your wireless network adapter card working satisfactorily (allows you to connect to the Internet wirelessly)
If the answer to both questions is "Yes" then it is OK to leave matters as they are, as no actions on your part are mandatory.
however if you are experiencing difficulties then please advise the symptoms you are experiencing and either I, or one of our other members will get back to you with some suggestions for your consideration.
Posted 11 May 2014 - 05:40 AM
My screen is fine and also my wireless adapter. But since I'm working from home I can't have generic pnp as my display monitor or wireless Internet. I need to be hardwired and I don't have my Acer cd that came with my laptop in order to download that drive for the monitor.
Posted 11 May 2014 - 12:09 PM
Posted 11 May 2014 - 01:27 PM
If I understand your question correctly you are saying that yes your hardware (wifi and display) are working perfectly but your employer will not accept you to work at home using a wireless connection and a generic display.
If that is so please go to the link below to download the drivers for your specific notebook
Since you did not specify what country you are from this link is for US resident
you should find this driver for your wired ethrnet
Lan Broadcom LAN Driver 126.96.36.199
And for your screen you can try ones of these
VGA AMD VGA Driver (Radeon HD 6370M / 6550M) 8.763.1.1000
VGA AMD VGA Driver (Mobility Radeon HD 5450 / 5650) 8.741.1.5000 VGA
Intel VGA Driver 188.8.131.529
If one of these does not help you can try this one
Chipset Intel Chipset Driver 184.108.40.2065
To my knowledge there are no specific model number for a notebook display (screen) but try them and see if makes a difference.
Hope that helps
Edited by Alzeimer, 11 May 2014 - 01:29 PM.
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