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Press the star on the left to thank them with a Kudo! Thanks, but the Lenovo updater have already installed Power Manager 6.
Each device manufacturer typically includes driver software of a CD that comes with the device, or as a download from its website. I suggest that pnl0c0f check your device manager and update drivers. Personally, I’m not sure, but it sounds like this is not really a problem.
ACPI\PNP0C0F device driver for Windows 10 x64
But maybe this last release is bugged Discussion in ‘ Windows Vista ‘ started by CyclusJan 13, Results 1 to 6 of 6 Thread: Hi, Last week, the “Found new hardware, installing adpi thing comes up in the tray after starting up, despite the fact that I had not installed any new hardware recently.
Here is the specific error message: I left the pc on and it wcpi crashed or frozen at all since my last post.
Could be a weak PSU. Any idea what it might be? Forums Knowledge Base Blogs.
Your name or acpo address: This can be resolved by installing Lenovo power manager application. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. It could also be because one of the device that was connected to your computer and is not plugged in now.
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Since Dell says that the issue is ppn0c0f to one of the device that is not plugged in, you can ignore the message. Are you sure about your temps being OK. Sorry for the long winded first post but any help will be greatly appreciated.
Last edited by AlexGee; at There now that’ll make it crash I’m sure. Tech Support Guy is completely free — paid for axpi advertisers and donations. Could be good old Win9x, right? As per your query we understood that you are facing issue with unknown adapter in device manager on ThinkPad E Temp ranges from 45 – 60 deg. Follow LenovoForums on Twitter! I have the same question 3. The freezes and reboots were occurring whatever I was doing, even if that was nothing.