Acer Aspire V3-772G Intel SATA AHCI Driver
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Acer Aspire V3-772G Intel SATA AHCI Driver
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You may transfer the Software only if the recipient agrees to be fully bound by these terms and if you retain no copies of the Software. I navigated to YouTube. I would later do the same for Chrome, Firefox, and Opera. Acer Aspire V3-772G Intel SATA AHCI brought over everything, including extensions, from my previous Chrome installation on the other computer, so there was not much additional customizing to do.
Installing Chrome entailed installing Java, at least for purposes of running the Intel Update Utility. But eventually Java did install. I ran PC Wizard to see what hardware I had installed.
It may not have been the best choice — it was nonportable and ad-supported, and I could see right away that it got my RAM wrong, and when I uninstalled it I got Acer Aspire V3-772G Intel SATA AHCI message that some parts of it could not be removed. Belarc Advisor was a possibility, but now I realized: Both had the same vendor ID number: Both had the same device number: It produced nothing for device number 8C26, but the entries under Intel were all preceded by 0x, so I looked for 0x8C No joy there either.
I held off on that for the moment.
A search for that led in random directions, eventually bringing me around to the thought that evidently I could download from Softpedia something with a 3. When I installed it, Windows showed Husdawg as its publisher, and under the circumstances that seemed relatively legitimate.
It seemed to be a dead end. Along the way, an article led me to the tangential insight that Acer Aspire V3-772G Intel SATA AHCI installed drivers were probably stored in C: Back at the Intel Download CenterI was having a hard time knowing what I would manually search for. The Acer user manual provided no specifications for the laptop, but a search led to indications that I might be seeking drivers for the Intel HM86 Express chipset. I found a relevant discussion and posted a question.
A link offered in that discussion led to internal Intel search results in which I found links to an INF Update Utility that looked like it might be relevant. After running, it wanted to reboot the system. Before rebooting, I looked at Device Manager. Maybe the USB problem would be gone, too, after reboot. I seemed to have solved the wrong problem.
The user manual p. This applied only to the two ports on the left side of the Acer. My websurfing repeatedly led to the Driver-Lap list of downloadable drivers. I decided to take a chance: I tried installing the USB driver. I got an error: A search led to the Intel USB 3.