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Amilo Pi1536 battery driver

Postby ChakiMan » Fri Oct 20, 2006 3:00 am

Hi guys
I have a Amilo Pi 1536 and the OS is WinXP home in hungarian.
Using NLite I create a CD of WinXP pro in spanish with service pack 2 and
the intel sata drivers included.
All drivers, software, etc. loaded fine - except the battery drivers. It tells
me that 'Cannot find the drivers for 'Battery'. Please contact the
manufacturer.'
With the original OS all works fine, but I can´t talk hungarian.
I tried the 'Add new Hardware' trick, and it tells me the drivers cannot be
found. I repeated the process, placing the XP home restore disk in the cd
drive and pointing to it, no luck. Whenever I reboot the machine, it finds
new hardware ('Battery'), attempts to install, and fails.
A friend told me to use Device Mgr to update drivers - no luck
I dont know what to do now.
Is there anywhere one can locate battery drivers or power management
drivers for this model laptop? Or is there an alternate solution?
Thanks.
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Postby Borkar » Sat Oct 21, 2006 12:08 pm

The battery driver comes with WindowsXP. It should not be necessary to install it separately.

Make sure you have Windows installed using an ACPI-Computer. To verify this, go to the device manager and klick on "Computer".

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Battery Driver

Postby ChakiMan » Sat Oct 21, 2006 10:30 pm

In the device manager-----computer -----ACPI Multiprocesor PC
And now??

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Postby Borkar » Sun Oct 22, 2006 12:35 am

Is Servicepack 2 installed properly?
- Go to Start - Run - type in: winver and have a look whether the Service Pack 2 appears.

Maybe you have to reinstall Windows. I recommend XP-ISO-Builder to create the Windows Setup CD. Maybe your CD Image is broken.

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Postby ChakiMan » Sun Oct 22, 2006 2:08 am

OK
Thanks for your aid
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