Ultra Male Oct 31, I am updating our Windows 7 Pro image for this coming school year and I thought that I had it all finished a few days ago as I was capturing my final image as a custom wim file. It’s just an annoyance having to close the error message window every time the system boots. You need to re-install your ATK drivers. That it got installed on the Toshiba says to me that it has an Asus motherboard in it. The graphics seem to work fine, aero is enabled, etc I can’t actually tell what negative effects the error is having on the machine, if any at all.
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Again, thanks for all the help This has always been one area I was never “sure” on how to setup, so sorry if anything I say sounds confusing at all. The time now is And with Professional version, no further steps are necessary. Your name or email address: I think I had it in both which could have also caused the problem If in the Unattend file, is it better to do it during the Offline Servicing phase?
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[Solved] Can’t Open ACPI ATK0100 kernel Mode Driver
Lenovo G Windows Drivers BSOD at boot says ” After download completes, the driver will be installed automatically. User Name Remember Me? Thanks in advance, Tom. Hope this information is useful.
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My problem is this: What the heck is this? Find More Posts by Maguscreed.
You’re also not the only one to have the problem, only difference is this is on a Toshiba laptop, Toshiba Support Forums: Steve, Thanks for the quick response. I would appreciate if you could answer the following questions: I shall ak0100 my attempts to fix subsequently.
The function keys all work as they should If the HP also has mod Asus motherboard in it, it may very well still be there but only with the yellow triangle.
“Can’t Open ACPI ATK kernel Mode Driver”
Register Sign In Help. See our Sustainability Report. I made an image of the hard drive in the Toshiba laptop, and restored that image to the HP laptop.
This helped me too. Hopefully, I’ll see if the error comes up again or not on this test.
The graphics seem to work fine, aero is enabled, etc This goes doubly for laptops, as many utilize tailored software for their specific hardware configurations. Start with having a looking in, C: No, create an account now. Hopefully that should stop the error, but if it doesn’t then it may take going into the registry an manually searching for and deleting any entries found for ATK Maybe I didn’t restart after first unistall.
I imagine this was deleted when I checked the ‘delete this iernel box when uninstalling earlier.