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Message 8 of Not all heroes wear capes, some wear Kevlar! Anyway I'm using window7 ultimate 32bit laptop model Ideapad s G - CMOS battery location. No, is not created by me, i just find it on the internet, looking to install some hardware, some time ago.
I have a Lenovo G and i installed Windows 7 64bit on it. Message 2 of That file fixed the problem thanks for the help. Message 1 of This helped me too. So, where can i find the w7 version of the driver or is there any other solution? Usually i'm using it when downgrading vista to xp, to fix errors with non-drivers hardware, vp2c004 example acpi buttons, etc.
I have looked at each of these "drivers" and even created some local packs but they have overlapped vc2004 and they seem like they may be vpc0204 same so I am confused. I have looked at each of these "drivers" and even created some local packs but they have overlapped hwid's and they seem like they may be the same.
Solved: ACPI\VPC driver - Lenovo Community
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This will help the rest of the Community with similar issues identify the verified solution and benefit from it. I see there are many options to download from here: Somethime i'm using it to fix unknown device error. Message 5 of Forgot my lenovo login password, how to rest? V;c2004 [ 15 ].
ACPI\VPC2004 device driver for Windows 7 x64
Used it few times with succes to install acpi buttons, etc. Active topics Unanswered topics.
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