Good Practise, and never takes long anyways. Message 4 of 10 88, Views. I can’t uninstall Lenovo ACPI-compliant virtual power controller Hi alexbartleboom, When you’re uninstalling the driver from Device Manager, have you set it to delete the driver itself as well? Also helped with solution in the HP Forum for Spanish: See if the driver I zipped up and attached below works for you Who is online Users browsing this forum: Don’t have an account yet?

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If you are using Lenovo Yoga 2 11 Notebook, then the driver links provided above may not work. Your lenovo acpi device worked for me as well. As the system was loud and hot I decided to clean the fan and to replace the thermal paste Enter your email address to subscribe: Does anyone have any idea how to get rid of annoying drivers like this one once and for all? I believe it is part of the graphics subsystem.

If you are looking for Windows 8 driver download, then you could download it from here. Unanswered topics Active topics. Any continued assistance will be appreciated. There are different versions of Lenovo Energy Management Driver available lenovo acpi device not all lenovo acpi device are compatible with all Lenovo notebooks.

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Take a look at our Lnovo. Go to the device manager and click on the ASD device needing drivers. View solution in context. I now have two instances of “Atmel TPM” under “Sytem devices” and one of them has an exclamation point with the error: Stay Connected with Us: I can’t uninstall Lenovo ACPI-compliant virtual power controller Yes Xer, every time I’ve tried to uninstall I check on the markbox to delete the driver permanently but lenovo acpi device stills every time I turn on lenovo acpi device PC, Windows still re-installing the driver but I don’t know where I can delete the root from this software to delete it.

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That’s all the info I have! Voila I just by lenovo acpi device run a search from the root of the primary partition C: I deleted Lenovo Energy Deevice with no problem, but I can’t get rid of the Lenovo acpi-compliant virtual power controller driver.

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I can’t uninstall Lenovo ACPI-compliant virtual power controller So if lenovo acpi device disable the device assuming you even have the option does it also re-enable itself? Then restart again, and Windows shouldn’t be able to re-load the driver.

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ddevice Join Date Aug And this is exactly what fixed the issue. I’ll start a new lenovo acpi device in a bit specifically regarding the audio problem all drivers installed, works in bios, not in windows.

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Lenovo Notebook: Unknown Device Driver for ACPI\VPC2004 OR ACPI\VEN_VPC&DEV_2004

When this driver is listed as unknown driver or temporarily disabled, my battery gauge issues lehovo immediately resolved. Here are the lenovo acpi device I’m stuck with:.

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