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Old 07-25-09, 09:22
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Default PCI device found - no driver XP

Hi folks. I had to reload XP SP2 because a virus blew through my firewall via IE (I know, I mostly use Firefox). PCTools reports system is now clean. But every time I boot I get 2 instances of "PCI Device found" and it wants a driver. I told it not to ask again, manually deleted it from System Devices, but it returns on every reboot. Attached is scrnsht from Device Manager and Unknown Device Identifier. MB & Audio card are both ASUS. Any suggestions appreciated.
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Default Re: PCI device found - no driver XP

Hi Robert

A Missing SMBus is generally linked to the Chipset driver so grab the Chipset/Motherboard driver from ASUS for your motherboard version.
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Thanks I'll give this a try. Thanks for your quick response.
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