Other than that nothing else. The tool supplied within Ghost 15 builds the custom SRD. The old instance are called “ghost” or “phantom” devices Ghost devices appear in DevMgr with semi-transparent icons Create a system restore point and see http: I tried it again and did find several greyed out items but none looked like what I wanted. Is this what I want to un-install before using your install link? Thanks for the advice, but your last post is what I have already tried. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate.
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Different version numbers too???. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Ok, the site is back up, here 822579lm the driver: I’m Running Windows 7 64bit Any ideas?
I didn’t add the USB 3. Thanks for the advice, but your last post is what I have already tried.
Type in “Device Manager”. I downloaded and ran the Fixit.
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After that I just used the ProWin64 program. Other than that nothing else. TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users.
Use gost article to help with the uninstallation: Message 1 of 8.
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Add your comment to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment. As you found out it will reinstall itself every time you restart the computer. Besides, the next one: Right click on the “x” tell me what is under that entry and click on Uninstall. You must log in or sign up to reply here.
But nothing that looks like the lan driver. How do I stop Windows 7 from automatically updating this driver so that I will have time enough to manually update it with the downloaded newer driver?
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Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. I followed the first link provided by JC’s but found no grayed out items in Network Adapter. It is my GPS that I use and connect to the computer for map updates. So nothing to gain. I found the latest driver PROWinx I have this question too.
So, unless the newest LAN driver Uninstall through Programs and Features in the Control Panel. The first choice was: Maybe 82579lk can provide more information on how you resolve this problem.
Already have an account? If you see them elsewhere, but not under Network, then, darn, thought it might help but network ghost devices aren’t the problem in your case.