Is anyone else having issues getting the drivers for these two items to load?
I can't figure out what exactly its looking for.
Any help would be much appreciated.
btw, im using a unibody macbook pro
I could successfully install Coprocessor and SM Bus Controller by extracting the following drivers from the original drivers located in the instalation Leopard DVD Drivers\NVidia\Nvidia.exe
In device manager, select properties in your disk drive, and in Policies tab, leave off "Enable write caching..."
Do again your windows experience index test, and magically you can obtain a very high result in disk data transfer rate !! Now I have 5.9 from 2.9 !!!
For the windows 7 32 bit version you need is to install the driver for the SM bus and Coprocessor after the regular bootcamp installation from the Mac OS X Installation Disk.
For the windows 7 64 bit version you need to manually execute the bootcamp installation from the Mac OS X Installation Disk.
For the SM bus Controller and Coprocessor.
The only problem i have right now is that the installation disk won't eject. not in computer by clicking eject or by clicking the eject button on the keyboard. all i get is:
An error occured while ejecting 'DVD RW Drive (D WindowsSupport'
the smiley was not there before, but the forum doesn't know better.
I will try after the reboot the trackpad update requires to eject the DVD. I think this is only a fluke, but if not i will let you know. Everything else works great so far. My keyboard buttons like volume, brightness etc work fine as well. just not the eject button at the moment as mentioned before. l8
I have long since lost my OS X Installation CDs. Can somebody give me a link to either the drivers or the installer app?
I tried downloading Apple's Windows Support Software and trying the same thing. I went to Drivers>NVIDIA but there was nothing called nvidiachipset64.exe, nvidia.exe, or anything.