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sonam
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"Can't Open ACPI ATK0100 Kernel Mode Driver " on G560

Hi Everybody.

I've downgraded my machine from Windows7 to Windows XP, and after reboot appear this pop up message: "Can't Open ACPI ATK0100 Kernel Mode Driver ". I was read other post for same problem but I am not sure can I use this instructions for my model notebook G560.

 

Please help!

 

Thanks

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yigit
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Re: "Can't Open ACPI ATK0100 Kernel Mode Driver " on G560

did you install all the drivers? ( including power management? )
please, check device manager first if you have non-installed device.


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sonam
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Re: "Can't Open ACPI ATK0100 Kernel Mode Driver " on G560

Yes I am. I am checking all drivers (includding hidden) and I don't see any conflict or problem in device manager. I have installed  Microsoft AC adapter and Microsoft ACAPI-Compliant Control Method battery. Did I need something more? 

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Re: "Can't Open ACPI ATK0100 Kernel Mode Driver " on G560

Thanks yigit but I didn't find right driver. I was try one but this is not solved my problem. I am unistall this driver and hot key application but now I got one new error. There is one ASMMAP (ROOT\LEGACY_ASMMAP\0000) driver what don't work correctly and I don't know for what is this driver. :smileysad:

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Re: "Can't Open ACPI ATK0100 Kernel Mode Driver " on G560

try to re-install them


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Re: "Can't Open ACPI ATK0100 Kernel Mode Driver " on G560

SOLVED! :smileyhappy: Thanks yigit! I was install ATKHotKey again, then Lenovo ATK package. Unistall ATKHotkey, restart computer, unistall ATK package and restart again. It's looking last time unistall process don't  remove some driver. Maybe I didn't restart after first unistall.