CF-19 Windows 7 install

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  1. h3lpmedic

    h3lpmedic Notebook Consultant

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    PC Mark 05 Benchmark for fresh install of XP Tablet on CF-19:
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    Windows 7 Benchmarks to follow after install.
     
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    And here is the Benchmarks for Windows 7:
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    The install of Windows 7 is straight forward. Just do a clean install and follow the driver installation directions found in the CF-18 Win 7 install thread.

    I do have one device that shows up as unknown, but I'm not sure what it is...
     
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    Details of the unknown device is shown below:
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    Any of you fellas with a CF-19 and WIN 7 installed have a clue of what this may be? Its not the tablet button drivers or the hotkey drivers, those installed fine.
     
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    Its a wwan card
    Its the same ID for my sierra wireless modem


    Alex
     
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    Thats odd... I dont have a wwan card.
     
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    Alex Super Moderator

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    I have (3) items showing up ! on my latest W7 load
    I have been using the cf-30 and have not had time to resolve
    None show up on the other caddy on the xp load..thats where I found that info from device manager
    Then you are going to have to go through everything and find something not working right
    There is so many items like the buttons on the front etc to check

    Alex
     
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    Alright. Brute force it is.
     
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    There are only two unknown device on device manager when you freshly installed the win 7. One is the the hotkey driver and the other one is the newmisc(miscellaneous driver).


    ohlip
     
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    Yep! newmisc was the driver for the unknown device. THX
     
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    Well I have (3) thats one more that you so the last unknown would be my wwan card
    That is when I get around to getting to fixing those ! in device manager

    Alex
     
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