m11xR3 clean install/missing driver -- what is ACPI\CPL0002?

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    Hi everyone,
    I've tried googling, but I really can't seem to find out what is the missing hardware driver with hardware ID ACPI/CPL0002. I seem to get differing answers on the topic online. The driver is supposed to be the battery meter I think, but the drivers are not on the alienware m11xR3 website for download. Can someone help me with this? Thanks!!
     
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    I asked you in your other thread... have you installed the on screen display driver?
     
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    Hi, and hi i has, sorry; I decided to create a new thread.

    Yes, I have installed both the OSD and the Intel QS67 SMFF Chipset driver.
     
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    Hey guys,
    Thanks for the help, I've found the answer.

    The ACPI/CPL0002 is the battery meter, and the driver comes with the OSD drivers. I had a problem with that at first because I tried installing some other driver (EMSC.sys) before the OSD; and then the battery meter wouldn't work. But I re-did a clean install again, and it turns out that I didn't need to install the EMSC.sys; the OSD takes care of the ACPI/CPL0002 for m11xR3.
     
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