I don’t see anyplace you can get recovery disks for that notebook either. In reply to EldredGodson’s post on March 23, Join the community here. But you are stuck with one or the other. I tried the drivers you provided links to, but no banana. The Driver set that would be needed is

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What is the Coprocessor and what driver is needed? – TechSpot Forums

Join the community hereit only takes a minute. It uses more memory than a 32 bit OS and there is no advantage to having a 64 bit OS without having a good deal of memory to use. Thanks for marking this as the answer. I did not coprcoessor Vista. XP x64 is listed. Once you get it to install, getting the drivers is not that difficult. You will actually get better performance out of it.

Can’t find acceptable display adapter drivers. Sometimes they work on XP x Paul, The display driver I installed a couple of days ago that did actually install, restart and then caused the display to be white with thin, colored vertical lines is now what I just tried to “edit” the inf.


I hope to follow through with your suggestions as quickly as I can, starting with memory, then Win 7 Home, etc. After pulling my hair out trying to find the solution, I finally came up with a fix.

How satisfied are you with this reply? I am looking for a solution to the compatibility coprocsesor with NVidia GeForce go display. How satisfied are you with this response? Information and links in gefogce thread may no longer be available or relevant.

In to to EldredGodson’s post on November 8, Message 6 of Coprocfssor glad I found this post, late in the first day of my search. Message 8 of Thanks so much for any suggestions.

I don’t see anyplace you can get recovery disks for that notebook either.

What is the Coprocessor and what driver is needed?

Code 28 There is no driver selected for the device information set or element. Tried from HP, Tried from Nvidia.

Tell us about your experience with our site. Please follow the steps given here to coprovessor and then reinstall the Display drivers. Pardon another ignorance on my part, but is the “chipset” the same as “coprocessor” in the “other” section of Control Panel before drivers are loaded? Reboot after each driver is installed for the first four.


I tried the coprpcessor you provided links to, but no banana. The ‘coprocessor’ in this case is not a coprocessor but part of the chip-set.

If you can’t find a driver, just click on each unknown device in the device manager. I have never seen a driver being required for it. I have tried the disc, which does contain drivers when browsed but it wont auto install them. This thread is locked.

NVidia GeForce Go 6150 driver for HP Pavilion tx 2009 au notebooks for Windows8 64 bit

Did this solve your problem? Note on archived topics. I really appreciate it.