Proposed as answer by Brian Borg Thursday, June 24, After a quick search I found this on google As you can see from the driver setup information file, it is a null driver which means it just gets rid of the unknown device but doesn’t install anything to speak of. Message 9 of This seems to be something to do with Win MCE, and may not be supported in other versions of windows.
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A Google search brings up too much variable information to ascertain the issue.
I have this problem. Unknown Devices in Device Manager. The bios does not contains any AMD Live option. Marked as answer by Awj0001. I dont know all i know is when i go to systems and it shows my hard drive and usb devices and so on.
Just for certain proprietary programs really.
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ACPI\AWY\2&DABA3FF&0 the drivers for this divice are not installed
Road Runner High Speed Online http: Everything I have, both internal and external, seems to be working properly and listed under the various categories of Device Manager as working correctly.
Wednesday, June 24, 4: I got this bang in my Device Manager upon installing the Win 7 64 hardwware operating system Aawy0001 believe it’s the same issue under Vista 64 bit.
Make sure the Include subfolders box is checked and the driver should install. I don’t agree with just downloading anything without some degree of certainty that it will correct the problem.
Might this be a component of the motherboard? I switched between S1 and S3, but it makes not difference.
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Download and unzip the file to its folder. USB devices are OK. Microsoft Outlook Express 6.
Message 5 awy0001 Unknown device showing up in device manager. Under this you’ll find a folder named AWY. Anyone know what my mystery driver could be?