Help with a PCI device driver


J

John Wilson

Here is the story.

Bought an HP Pavilion a6009n desk top with Vista. Reformatted and installed
XP Pro.

The mother board is an Asus M2N69-LA with NVIDIA GeForce6150SE nForce 430
chipset. I have found compatible drivers for all necessary devices except
some PCI device that XP cannot recognise.

I am reluctant to reload Vista at this point just to find out what it is.

Can someone tell me what this device is and where to find a driver?

Any help much appreciated.

John
 
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John John

John said:
Here is the story.

Bought an HP Pavilion a6009n desk top with Vista. Reformatted and installed
XP Pro.

The mother board is an Asus M2N69-LA with NVIDIA GeForce6150SE nForce 430
chipset. I have found compatible drivers for all necessary devices except
some PCI device that XP cannot recognise.

I am reluctant to reload Vista at this point just to find out what it is.

Can someone tell me what this device is and where to find a driver?

Any help much appreciated.

Run msinfo32 (in the Start Menu | Run box) and under the Components
branch look for Problem Devices. With the "Problem Devices" highlighted
click on the File Menu and select to Export as text file. Open the
text file and copy/paste the contents of the problem devices here. Do
not export the whole contents of the msinfo32 report, just the one for
the problem devices. With the PCI_VEN numbers we might be able to
identify the devices.

John
 
J

John Wilson

John John said:
Run msinfo32 (in the Start Menu | Run box) and under the Components branch
look for Problem Devices. With the "Problem Devices" highlighted click on
the File Menu and select to Export as text file. Open the text file and
copy/paste the contents of the problem devices here. Do not export the
whole contents of the msinfo32 report, just the one for the problem
devices. With the PCI_VEN numbers we might be able to identify the
devices.

John
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
John, here is the Problem device report

System Information report written at: 08/16/07 13:03:51
System Name: HOME-7AB3A9D3E0
[Problem Devices]

Device PNP Device ID Error Code
PCI Device PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03F0&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&28 This
device is not configured correctly.

I had a flash last night, it may be a memory card reader. No particular
make or model is given in HPs spec for the Pavilion a6009n desk top.

John.
 
J

John Wilson

John Wilson said:
John John said:
Run msinfo32 (in the Start Menu | Run box) and under the Components
branch look for Problem Devices. With the "Problem Devices" highlighted
click on the File Menu and select to Export as text file. Open the text
file and copy/paste the contents of the problem devices here. Do not
export the whole contents of the msinfo32 report, just the one for the
problem devices. With the PCI_VEN numbers we might be able to identify
the devices.

John
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
John, here is the Problem device report

System Information report written at: 08/16/07 13:03:51
System Name: HOME-7AB3A9D3E0
[Problem Devices]

Device PNP Device ID Error Code
PCI Device PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03F0&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&28
This device is not configured correctly.

I had a flash last night, it may be a memory card reader. No particular
make or model is given in HPs spec for the Pavilion a6009n desk top.

John.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I noticed today I had no sound, I usually have it powered off, it turns out
the PCI device is sound, chipset ALC888. I now have the correct driver, so
all is well.

Many thnanks, John.
 
J

John John

John said:
John Wilson wrote:



Run msinfo32 (in the Start Menu | Run box) and under the Components branch
look for Problem Devices. With the "Problem Devices" highlighted click on
the File Menu and select to Export as text file. Open the text file and
copy/paste the contents of the problem devices here. Do not export the
whole contents of the msinfo32 report, just the one for the problem
devices. With the PCI_VEN numbers we might be able to identify the
devices.

John

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
John, here is the Problem device report

System Information report written at: 08/16/07 13:03:51
System Name: HOME-7AB3A9D3E0
[Problem Devices]

Device PNP Device ID Error Code
PCI Device PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03F0&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&28 This
device is not configured correctly.

I had a flash last night, it may be a memory card reader. No particular
make or model is given in HPs spec for the Pavilion a6009n desk top.

John,

Now that you have the PCI\VEN_ number you can search online databases
for the vendor and device. The first step is to identify the vendor id
or vendor number, in this case the number is 10DE:

PCI\VEN_ 10DE &DEV_03F0&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&28
This is the # ^^^^^^

So we search for vendor 10DE on a site like here:
http://www.pcidatabase.com/ and we find that 10DE (or 0x10DE) is the
NVIDIA vendor number. Next we search for the device number from the
vendor products list, the device number is 03F0:

PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_ 03F0 &SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&28
This is the device # ^^^^^^

So now we search for device 03F0 or 0x03F0. The devices are not always
in the database, especially if they are very new devices or oddball
devices. A search on the device shows nothing but if we do a manual
search on the vendor page:
http://www.pcidatabase.com/vendor_details.php?id=606 we find that
device 03F0 is a pending new devices for the vendor, it is identified as:

Device ID: 0x03F0
Chip Number: MCP61
Chip Description: High Definition Audio

A search on a second online PCI device database confirms the findings:

http://pci-ids.ucw.cz/iii/?i=10de shows 03F0 as MCP61 High Definition
Audio.

Now you can search for the drivers, in order of preference you should
search:

1- The pc manufacturer's site, HP in your case.
2- The motherboard or peripheral manufacturer's site (Asus)
3- The chip maker's site (Nvidia).

It is *always* recommended that you try to source the drivers in the
above order as the drivers or hardware may have been modified by each
manufacturer or vendor at each step in the supply chain. There is no
guarantee that you will find the drivers for your operating system but
at least now you know what to look for.

John
 
J

John Wilson

John John said:
John said:
John Wilson wrote:


Here is the story.

Bought an HP Pavilion a6009n desk top with Vista. Reformatted and
installed XP Pro.

The mother board is an Asus M2N69-LA with NVIDIA GeForce6150SE nForce
430 chipset. I have found compatible drivers for all necessary devices
except some PCI device that XP cannot recognise.

I am reluctant to reload Vista at this point just to find out what it
is.

Can someone tell me what this device is and where to find a driver?

Any help much appreciated.

Run msinfo32 (in the Start Menu | Run box) and under the Components
branch look for Problem Devices. With the "Problem Devices" highlighted
click on the File Menu and select to Export as text file. Open the text
file and copy/paste the contents of the problem devices here. Do not
export the whole contents of the msinfo32 report, just the one for the
problem devices. With the PCI_VEN numbers we might be able to identify
the devices.

John

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
John, here is the Problem device report

System Information report written at: 08/16/07 13:03:51
System Name: HOME-7AB3A9D3E0
[Problem Devices]

Device PNP Device ID Error Code
PCI Device PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03F0&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&28
This device is not configured correctly.

I had a flash last night, it may be a memory card reader. No particular
make or model is given in HPs spec for the Pavilion a6009n desk top.

John,

Now that you have the PCI\VEN_ number you can search online databases for
the vendor and device. The first step is to identify the vendor id or
vendor number, in this case the number is 10DE:

PCI\VEN_ 10DE &DEV_03F0&SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&28
This is the # ^^^^^^

So we search for vendor 10DE on a site like here:
http://www.pcidatabase.com/ and we find that 10DE (or 0x10DE) is the
NVIDIA vendor number. Next we search for the device number from the
vendor products list, the device number is 03F0:

PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_ 03F0 &SUBSYS_2A58103C&REV_A2\3&2411E6FE&0&28
This is the device # ^^^^^^

So now we search for device 03F0 or 0x03F0. The devices are not always in
the database, especially if they are very new devices or oddball devices.
A search on the device shows nothing but if we do a manual search on the
vendor page: http://www.pcidatabase.com/vendor_details.php?id=606 we find
that device 03F0 is a pending new devices for the vendor, it is identified
as:

Device ID: 0x03F0
Chip Number: MCP61
Chip Description: High Definition Audio

A search on a second online PCI device database confirms the findings:

http://pci-ids.ucw.cz/iii/?i=10de shows 03F0 as MCP61 High Definition
Audio.

Now you can search for the drivers, in order of preference you should
search:

1- The pc manufacturer's site, HP in your case.
2- The motherboard or peripheral manufacturer's site (Asus)
3- The chip maker's site (Nvidia).

It is *always* recommended that you try to source the drivers in the above
order as the drivers or hardware may have been modified by each
manufacturer or vendor at each step in the supply chain. There is no
guarantee that you will find the drivers for your operating system but at
least now you know what to look for.

John
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Many thanks for your help, I now have working sound, John.
 
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John John

John said:
Many thanks for your help, I now have working sound, John.

Your welcome. I saw your other post after I posted but thanks for the
follow up.

John
 
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Jose

alkhal;4566619 said:
i am also having the same problem as below:
System Information report written at: 08/13/09 13:31:11
System Name: alkhal
[Problem Devices]
Device     PNP Device ID   Error Code      
PCI
Device     PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_27D8&SUBSYS_30BB103C&REV_02\3&B1BFB68&0&D8     The
drivers for this device are not installed.

can any one help please!!!!!!!!!
i fedup

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There are good clues there.

To understand it fully, please state your hardware specifications,
make, model, etc. as best you can.
 
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smlunatick

alkhal;4566619 said:
i am also having the same problem as below:
System Information report written at: 08/13/09 13:31:11
System Name: alkhal
[Problem Devices]
Device     PNP Device ID   Error Code      
PCI
Device     PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_27D8&SUBSYS_30BB103C&REV_02\3&B1BFB68&0&D8     The
drivers for this device are not installed.

can any one help please!!!!!!!!!
i fedup

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Seems to be:

Name: Microsoft UAA Bus Driver for High Definition Audio
Device ID: PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_27D8&SUBSYS_30BB103C&REV_02\3&B1BFB68&0&D8
Driver: C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\hdaudbus.sys, 5.10.0001.5013
(English)

Could be a RealTek HD sound card. Check with:
http://downloads.guru3d.com/Realtek-HD-Audio-2.30-Driver-download-2346.html
 

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