The comment was that this machine does not have sufficient resources to support installation. Device Manager says no drivers are loaded. Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. Message 54 of You need the Chipset Driver.. Find More Posts by kathy
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Unknown device in device manager after Bios default settings are applied. Message 56 of Normally such a slow boot up is the result of too many running processes.
And on others, such as the dc support page, it is listed as the HECI driver. After the reformat was finished, I ran Windows Update and it found several items to download and install for me.
Try the HECI driver.
Two unknown drivers are in Device Manager Solved – Windows 7 Help Forums
Message 58 of Find More Posts by quicqsolution. On some support pages it is clearly listed as such. It seems a member had a similar problem before and found a solution from the Intel website. Does anyone know what the correct drivers are?
If you have a question create a new topic controlller clicking here and select the appropriate board. No yellow warnings in Device Manager. Thanks for the explanation.
Message 52 of Originally Posted by maxie Please dc780 are they not in your Downloads. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. You need the Chipset Driver.
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Drivers Unknown device in device manager code: Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. Message 57 of From the Link below Installed windows 7 ultimate and communicationd bunch of drivers from HP’s drivers section for my computer and I still have this unkown device. All times are GMT I tired it but its useless for my machine.
Please explain are they not in your Downloads. Do I need this driver? Welcome to Windows 7 Forums.
Find More Posts by kathy It explains why my PC was working fine even without the drivers which I probably don’t really need but the yellow warnings are a bit disconcerting.
Hello everyone, I hope you could give me cnotroller clue that may have caused the appearance of an unknown device. Originally Posted by kathy I suppose I could have simply disabled the devices but I didn’t know what I might be losing.