That is pure concidence, because if you look at the screen capture I provided – that is the exact same Device ID So the device is an Intel LM Gigabyte Network Controller – Click HERE to download the driver for that device select the correct one for your system, 32bit or 64bit One thing to note, I have had issues with this device kicking out on a regular basis, however if you are using WiFi rather than cabled network, you do not need this device and can simply right click the device in Device Manager and select ‘Disable’. Message 1 of 2. That is pure concidence, because if you look at the screen capture I provided – that is the exact same Device ID. Garming , Oct 2, Did this solve your problem? WOW, are you sure?

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I was really just going through this trouble to ensure that it was not and indication of something more critically wrong with acpi hal pnp0c08 PC. Maybe I’m just blind What is it and what should I do about it?

Message 3 of 3. JimboLHOct 20, Not all motherboard devices have an ACPI bus filter. Covered by US Patent. I just did a fresh format and acpi hal pnp0c08 of Windows 7 x64, the latest Intel mainboard drivers, ATI catalyst, mouse drivers, and all the Windows Updates and optional updates.

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Disabling it seemingly does nothing, so right now it is currently disabled.

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You obviously aren’t using it anyways. Try running windows pbp0c08 and see if it picks up anything. I just did a fresh format and install of Windows 7 x64, the latest Intel mainboard drivers, ATI catalyst, mouse drivers, and all the Windows Updates and optional updates.

It’s a common issue mainly as this software is NOT in the normal Win7 install Sep 22, Forums Search Forums Recent Posts. I would frankly just uninstall the drivers and leave it as an unknown device; why it isn’t working is not relevant if you have no need for it. Condition Check for Line 1 of Extended. Note on archived topics.

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Buy x Banner Ads. Pandakun72Sep 22, Forums Knowledge Base Blogs. Disabling it seemingly acpi hal pnp0c08 nothing, so right now it is currently disabled. This thread is locked.

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Failed to terminate in a timely manner. Aug 22, 5. You guys are the acpi hal pnp0c08 0. Please feel free to post in Lenovo Community Forums if you have any further queries! Other tasks performed by Acpi. Oct 2, Service Pack 2 installation did not complete.

That is pure concidence, because if you look at the screen capture I provided – that is the exact same Device ID So the device is an Intel LM Gigabyte Network Controller – Click HERE to download the driver for that device select the correct one for your system, 32bit or 64bit One thing to note, I have had issues with this pnpp0c08 kicking out on a regular basis, however if you are using WiFi rather than cabled network, you do not need this device and can simply right click the device in Device Manager and select ‘Disable’.

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