Finding the correct PCI driver


J

John

Recovering from a virus I have had to reinstall Win XP. After restoring
settings and files with the File Transfer Wizard I am unable to connect to
the internet throught a DSL Modem. The connection works because I am
posting this on another computer.
On the problem machine (HP Pavillion a6009n desktop) Device Manager shows
problem with other devices: namely: Other PCI Bridge Device and SM Bus
Controller.
msinfo32/problem devices gives this report

System Information report written at: 08/01/09 12:56:10
System Name: HOME-MAIN
[Problem Devices]

Device PNP Device ID Error Code
SM Bus Controller
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EB&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&09 The drivers for
this device are not installed.
Other PCI Bridge Device
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EF&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&38 The drivers for
this device are not installed.


A search for suitable driver in the first instance on page
http://www.netbump.com/hadiV2/search.php?devType=pci&venID=ven_10de&devID=dev_03eb
gives a whole mess of drivers claimed to be good in XP.
How do I find the correct driver?

Help appreciated. John.
 
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J

Jose

Recovering from a virus I have had to reinstall Win XP.  After restoring
settings and files with the File Transfer Wizard I am unable to connect to
the internet throught a DSL Modem.  The connection works because I am
posting this on another computer.
On the problem machine (HP Pavillion a6009n desktop) Device Manager shows
problem with other devices: namely: Other PCI Bridge Device and SM Bus
Controller.
msinfo32/problem devices gives this report

System Information report written at: 08/01/09 12:56:10
System Name: HOME-MAIN
[Problem Devices]

Device PNP Device ID Error Code
SM Bus Controller
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EB&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&09 The drivers for
this device are not installed.
Other PCI Bridge Device
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EF&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&38 The drivers for
this device are not installed.

A search for suitable driver in the first instance on pagehttp://www.netbump.com/hadiV2/search.php?devType=pci&venID=ven_10de&d...
gives a whole mess of drivers claimed to be good in XP.
How do I find the correct driver?

Help appreciated.  John.

If you have a yellow question mark with a red X in it (is that what
you mean) the red X means the device is disabled.

Easiest thing to do first is right click the device and enable it.
The driver may be there, but just not enabled.

It will not enable if there is no driver, but try easy things first.

Look at your working devices to understand what enabled and disabled
looks like.

Compare the Device Manager appearance with your working computer and
resolve any DM issues.
 
B

Bennett Marco

John said:
Recovering from a virus I have had to reinstall Win XP. After restoring
settings and files with the File Transfer Wizard I am unable to connect to
the internet throught a DSL Modem. The connection works because I am
posting this on another computer.
On the problem machine (HP Pavillion a6009n desktop) Device Manager shows
problem with other devices: namely: Other PCI Bridge Device and SM Bus
Controller.
msinfo32/problem devices gives this report

System Information report written at: 08/01/09 12:56:10
System Name: HOME-MAIN
[Problem Devices]

Device PNP Device ID Error Code
SM Bus Controller
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EB&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&09 The drivers for
this device are not installed.
Other PCI Bridge Device
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EF&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&38 The drivers for
this device are not installed.


A search for suitable driver in the first instance on page
http://www.netbump.com/hadiV2/search.php?devType=pci&venID=ven_10de&devID=dev_03eb
gives a whole mess of drivers claimed to be good in XP.
How do I find the correct driver?

Help appreciated. John.

Why haven't you gone to the HP website and looked up your computer and
its drivers?
 
K

Ken Blake, MVP

Recovering from a virus I have had to reinstall Win XP.


What virus? What made you think you had to reinstall Windows? It's
sometimes necessary, but fairly rarely.

Exactly how did you do the reinstallation?

After restoring
settings and files with the File Transfer Wizard I am unable to connect to
the internet throught a DSL Modem. The connection works because I am
posting this on another computer.
On the problem machine (HP Pavillion a6009n desktop) Device Manager shows
problem with other devices: namely: Other PCI Bridge Device and SM Bus
Controller.
msinfo32/problem devices gives this report

System Information report written at: 08/01/09 12:56:10
System Name: HOME-MAIN
[Problem Devices]

Device PNP Device ID Error Code
SM Bus Controller
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EB&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&09 The drivers for
this device are not installed.
Other PCI Bridge Device
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EF&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&38 The drivers for
this device are not installed.


A search for suitable driver in the first instance on page
http://www.netbump.com/hadiV2/search.php?devType=pci&venID=ven_10de&devID=dev_03eb
gives a whole mess of drivers claimed to be good in XP.
How do I find the correct driver?

Help appreciated. John.
 
D

db

the best method to
find the exact driver
is to open your computer

pull out the card(s)
and look for the model
number or other identifying
information.

you can't assume that
all computers of the same
make and model and year
will have identical components.

I came across two pc's
that were supposedly
identical.

but the cards they had
in them were different
from each other.

the maker explained that
it was no uncommon to
use components and add
on's from differing sources.

--

db·´¯`·...¸><)))º>
DatabaseBen, Retired Professional
- Systems Analyst
- Database Developer
- Accountancy
- Veteran of the Armed Forces
- Microsoft Partner
- @hotmail.com
~~~~~~~~~~"share the nirvana" - dbZen

John said:
Recovering from a virus I have had to reinstall Win XP. After restoring
settings and files with the File Transfer Wizard I am unable to connect to
the internet throught a DSL Modem. The connection works because I am
posting this on another computer.
On the problem machine (HP Pavillion a6009n desktop) Device Manager shows
problem with other devices: namely: Other PCI Bridge Device and SM Bus
Controller.
msinfo32/problem devices gives this report

System Information report written at: 08/01/09 12:56:10
System Name: HOME-MAIN
[Problem Devices]

Device PNP Device ID Error Code
SM Bus Controller
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EB&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&09 The drivers for
this device are not installed.
Other PCI Bridge Device
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EF&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&38 The drivers for
this device are not installed.


A search for suitable driver in the first instance on page
http://www.netbump.com/hadiV2/search.php?devType=pci&venID=ven_10de&devID=dev_03eb
gives a whole mess of drivers claimed to be good in XP.
How do I find the correct driver?

Help appreciated. John.
 
J

John

Bennett Marco said:
John said:
Recovering from a virus I have had to reinstall Win XP. After restoring
settings and files with the File Transfer Wizard I am unable to connect to
the internet throught a DSL Modem. The connection works because I am
posting this on another computer.
On the problem machine (HP Pavillion a6009n desktop) Device Manager shows
problem with other devices: namely: Other PCI Bridge Device and SM Bus
Controller.
msinfo32/problem devices gives this report

System Information report written at: 08/01/09 12:56:10
System Name: HOME-MAIN
[Problem Devices]

Device PNP Device ID Error Code
SM Bus Controller
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EB&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&09 The drivers for
this device are not installed.
Other PCI Bridge Device
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EF&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&38 The drivers for
this device are not installed.


A search for suitable driver in the first instance on page
http://www.netbump.com/hadiV2/search.php?devType=pci&venID=ven_10de&devID=d ev_03eb
gives a whole mess of drivers claimed to be good in XP.
How do I find the correct driver?

Help appreciated. John.

Why haven't you gone to the HP website and looked up your computer and
its drivers?
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I have searched the HP site to no avail, probably because this machine was
delivered with Vista. I have had it working with xp sp2 for about two years
before the virus attack. I remember that I had trouble installing the pci
devices before, I should have made notes.
John.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
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J

John

Ken Blake said:
Recovering from a virus I have had to reinstall Win XP.


What virus? What made you think you had to reinstall Windows? It's
sometimes necessary, but fairly rarely.

Exactly how did you do the reinstallation?

After restoring
settings and files with the File Transfer Wizard I am unable to connect to
the internet throught a DSL Modem. The connection works because I am
posting this on another computer.
On the problem machine (HP Pavillion a6009n desktop) Device Manager shows
problem with other devices: namely: Other PCI Bridge Device and SM Bus
Controller.
msinfo32/problem devices gives this report

System Information report written at: 08/01/09 12:56:10
System Name: HOME-MAIN
[Problem Devices]

Device PNP Device ID Error Code
SM Bus Controller
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EB&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&09 The drivers for
this device are not installed.
Other PCI Bridge Device
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EF&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&38 The drivers for
this device are not installed.


A search for suitable driver in the first instance on page
http://www.netbump.com/hadiV2/search.php?devType=pci&venID=ven_10de&devID=dev_03eb
gives a whole mess of drivers claimed to be good in XP.
How do I find the correct driver?

Help appreciated. John.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Please refer to
*Recovering from Win32/Heur virus* in this group.

I reinstalled using an original Windows XP Pro OEM CD, reformatting the C:
drive (long format) and following prompts. I then installed the nvidia
monitor (LG Model L204WT) and audio (chipset ALC888) drivers. I restored
settings and files with the File Tranfer Wizard from a flash drive. After
that there is still no internet connection, hence the msinfo32/problem
report above.
I have searched for these drivers on the HP site to no avail, probably
because this machine was delivered with Vista. I have had it working with
xp sp2 for about two years before the virus attack. I remember that I had
trouble installing the pci devices before, I should have made notes.

I have since found
http://devid.info/s.php?text=PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EB&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&09&=
and
http://devid.info/s.php?text=PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EF&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&38&=
Do I need all three of these files?
John.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
J

Jose

Recovering from a virus I have had to reinstall Win XP.  After restoring
settings and files with the File Transfer Wizard I am unable to connect to
the internet throught a DSL Modem.  The connection works because I am
posting this on another computer.
On the problem machine (HP Pavillion a6009n desktop) Device Manager shows
problem with other devices: namely: Other PCI Bridge Device and SM Bus
Controller.
msinfo32/problem devices gives this report

System Information report written at: 08/01/09 12:56:10
System Name: HOME-MAIN
[Problem Devices]

Device PNP Device ID Error Code
SM Bus Controller
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EB&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&09 The drivers for
this device are not installed.
Other PCI Bridge Device
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EF&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&38 The drivers for
this device are not installed.

A search for suitable driver in the first instance on pagehttp://www.netbump.com/hadiV2/search.php?devType=pci&venID=ven_10de&d...
gives a whole mess of drivers claimed to be good in XP.
How do I find the correct driver?

Help appreciated.  John.

How is your sound working?

Those links you have look interesting (especially the big download).
Bigger = better, right?

The code means something.

The VEN_10DE means the VENdor is NVIDIA (10DE) - specifically - NVIDIA
nForce PCI System Management (03EB and 03EF).

HP says that motherboard has the GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 chipset
(making some sense now...)

I can't make sense of the HP download page, but maybe you can with
your specific hardware information. They have plenty of stuff for
Vista.

Their may be XP drivers on your HP CDs, but at least now you know what
it is.

Are you sure the device is Enabled?

You can choose to update the driver manually and let it search you HP
CDs for something. May take some poking around, but they could be
there somewhere.

Googling NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430, finds several places to
dowload:

http://download.cnet.com/NVIDIA-GeForce-6150SE-nForce-430/3000-2108_4-175874.html

Or from NVIDIA: http://www.nvidia.com/object/nforce_nf4_winxp32_8.26_11.09..html

The download have fairly recent dates.

Beware of the driver detective type sites that offer to download/scan
you for free and then report SO many out of date drivers that you
download for a fee. They are just trying to scare you into buying
something.
 
J

John

Recovering from a virus I have had to reinstall Win XP. After restoring
settings and files with the File Transfer Wizard I am unable to connect to
the internet throught a DSL Modem. The connection works because I am
posting this on another computer.
On the problem machine (HP Pavillion a6009n desktop) Device Manager shows
problem with other devices: namely: Other PCI Bridge Device and SM Bus
Controller.
msinfo32/problem devices gives this report

System Information report written at: 08/01/09 12:56:10
System Name: HOME-MAIN
[Problem Devices]

Device PNP Device ID Error Code
SM Bus Controller
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EB&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&09 The drivers for
this device are not installed.
Other PCI Bridge Device
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EF&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&38 The drivers for
this device are not installed.

A search for suitable driver in the first instance on pagehttp://www.netbump.com/hadiV2/search.php?devType=pci&venID=ven_10de&d...
gives a whole mess of drivers claimed to be good in XP.
How do I find the correct driver?

Help appreciated. John.

How is your sound working?

Those links you have look interesting (especially the big download).
Bigger = better, right?

The code means something.

The VEN_10DE means the VENdor is NVIDIA (10DE) - specifically - NVIDIA
nForce PCI System Management (03EB and 03EF).

HP says that motherboard has the GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 chipset
(making some sense now...)

I can't make sense of the HP download page, but maybe you can with
your specific hardware information. They have plenty of stuff for
Vista.

Their may be XP drivers on your HP CDs, but at least now you know what
it is.

Are you sure the device is Enabled?

You can choose to update the driver manually and let it search you HP
CDs for something. May take some poking around, but they could be
there somewhere.

Googling NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430, finds several places to
dowload:

http://download.cnet.com/NVIDIA-GeForce-6150SE-nForce-430/3000-2108_4-175874.html

Or from NVIDIA:
http://www.nvidia.com/object/nforce_nf4_winxp32_8.26_11.09.html

The download have fairly recent dates.

Beware of the driver detective type sites that offer to download/scan
you for free and then report SO many out of date drivers that you
download for a fee. They are just trying to scare you into buying
something.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Thanks Jose.
I have stayed away from driver detective sites, I figured as much.
Sound Realtek is ok. Device manager shows no drivers, yellow quaestion
marks, installed for *Other devices* below which it shows *Other PCI Bridge
Device* and *SM Bus Controller*. I had and online conversation with HP and
31431.exe has Lan drivers and 33031.exe has chipset drivers. I have
uninstalled all AVG software and disabled Windows firewall. When I run
sp33031 files are unpacked and coped onto C: and when executed an nvidia
welcome screen appears followed by preparation of the install wizard, once
the progress bar completes this shuts down with no message. I get the same
behaviour with both exes. Is something busted?
John.
 
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M

Machinist60

John said:
Recovering from a virus I have had to reinstall Win XP. After restoring
settings and files with the File Transfer Wizard I am unable to connect
to
the internet throught a DSL Modem. The connection works because I am
posting this on another computer.
On the problem machine (HP Pavillion a6009n desktop) Device Manager shows
problem with other devices: namely: Other PCI Bridge Device and SM Bus
Controller.
msinfo32/problem devices gives this report

System Information report written at: 08/01/09 12:56:10
System Name: HOME-MAIN
[Problem Devices]

Device PNP Device ID Error Code
SM Bus Controller
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EB&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&09 The drivers for
this device are not installed.
Other PCI Bridge Device
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03EF&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&38 The drivers for
this device are not installed.

A search for suitable driver in the first instance on pagehttp://www.netbump.com/hadiV2/search.php?devType=pci&venID=ven_10de&d...
gives a whole mess of drivers claimed to be good in XP.
How do I find the correct driver?

Help appreciated. John.

How is your sound working?

Those links you have look interesting (especially the big download).
Bigger = better, right?

The code means something.

The VEN_10DE means the VENdor is NVIDIA (10DE) - specifically - NVIDIA
nForce PCI System Management (03EB and 03EF).

HP says that motherboard has the GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 chipset
(making some sense now...)

I can't make sense of the HP download page, but maybe you can with
your specific hardware information. They have plenty of stuff for
Vista.

Their may be XP drivers on your HP CDs, but at least now you know what
it is.

Are you sure the device is Enabled?

You can choose to update the driver manually and let it search you HP
CDs for something. May take some poking around, but they could be
there somewhere.

Googling NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430, finds several places to
dowload:

http://download.cnet.com/NVIDIA-GeForce-6150SE-nForce-430/3000-2108_4-175874.html

Or from NVIDIA:
http://www.nvidia.com/object/nforce_nf4_winxp32_8.26_11.09.html

The download have fairly recent dates.

Beware of the driver detective type sites that offer to download/scan
you for free and then report SO many out of date drivers that you
download for a fee. They are just trying to scare you into buying
something.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Thanks Jose.
I have stayed away from driver detective sites, I figured as much.
Sound Realtek is ok. Device manager shows no drivers, yellow quaestion
marks, installed for *Other devices* below which it shows *Other PCI
Bridge
Device* and *SM Bus Controller*. I had and online conversation with HP and
31431.exe has Lan drivers and 33031.exe has chipset drivers. I have
uninstalled all AVG software and disabled Windows firewall. When I run
sp33031 files are unpacked and coped onto C: and when executed an nvidia
welcome screen appears followed by preparation of the install wizard, once
the progress bar completes this shuts down with no message. I get the
same
behaviour with both exes. Is something busted?
John.
I think the busted was that I was trying to install Vista drivers although
HP doesn't say what os they are for.

Further, the problem is now solved. After a whole bunch of searching and
reading bulletin boards I found 8.26_11.09_nforce_winxp_english.exe on the
nVidia site. I had looked many times but I guess I didn't see, somewhat
similar to 'cupboard blindness' that wives accuse their husbands of.

Many thanks to all who helped.

I shall now document the reinstall proceedure thoroughly and burn it to a CD
together with the drivers in case this comes up again.

John.
 

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