NitinSrivastava Replied on February 22, Reply to us in order to assist you in a better way. Thanks for the replies. Unknown Device in Device manager. And yeah for your question It doesn’t pop-up while connecting any device. This site in other languages x. Probably drivers for the chipset, all I see on msi’s site is 32 bit drivers, so you might be outta luck until they update drivers.
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I can find it in. Hewlett Packard dv6 nr driver problems. This site in other languages x. All times are GMT So I just did another clean install of Windows 7 and went zcpi to the original 32 bit install. I recently decided to to a clean install of Windows 7 RC x Sorry that last word didn’t get in the subject line.
Since the laptop came with everything pre-installed I have no idea what it can be. Unknown device In device manager, by a virus?
Find More Posts by Hammerhead Sorry to know aci you face issues with Device. I have the same question You could try the 64 bit CIR drivers from here: Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Unknown device in device manager after Bios default settings are applied.
My only problem so far is one unknown device under device manger. After the reformat was finished, I ran Windows Update and it found several items to download and install for me. Did this solve your problem? Similar help and support threads. Welcome to Windows 7 Forums.
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Unknown Device in Device manager. Oh and is it appropriate for me to use this topic to ask another question regarding explorer.
Unknown device in device manager after Bios default settings are applied. I tried to run DriverMax but it only supports Vista x86 not x The time now is I am just going to leave well enough alone and stay with Windows 7 x86 for now on. Probably drivers for the chipset, all I see on msi’s site is 32 bit drivers, so you might be outta luck until they update drivers.
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I originally had three unknown devices but the first two were based on my Nforce PCI system devices which I finally found here: You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.