This is what it says- “Operating Systems: Double-click the entry for the device you have a question about, go over to the Details tab, select Hardware Ids from the Property dropdown, and either reply with or Google the values that are listed. I have no PCI cards. Look at the Hardware Ids on the Details tab and post the value or values you see. Mar 15, Posts:
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I looked at that link supplied and it’s doesn’t look like Win 7 is supported? Often you can Google the string and get a very good idea of what device it is and where to look for drivers.
I think this is the right forum for this? You don’t want to disable or remove that, or your day is going to take a very bad turn.
If I had to take a wild guess, I’d bet it’s something expres the motherboard management services that requires an Intel MEI driver. Drivers aren’t for motherboards, they are for chipsets. Is this possible a raid controller?
Fri Sep 11, Double-click controlled entry for the device you have a question about, go over to the Details tab, select Hardware Ids from the Property dropdown, and either reply with or Google the values that are listed.
pci/ven_/dev_29c4 – Intel Corporation – 82G33/G31/P35/P31 Express MEI Controller
Mostly used for remote system management. I 82g33/g331/p35/p31 to a SSD drive and a clean install of win7 home about 2 yrs ago and don’t remember seeing this at that time.
Fri Sep 11, 9: Fri Sep 11, 4: Look at the Hardware Ids on the Details tab and post the value or values you see. Sat Sep 12, 1: Dilbert Ars Legatus Legionis Tribus: This is what it says- “Operating Systems: You don’t need to run their setup program if you don’t’ want to, espress can extract the it, and just pull out the 5 files under the HECI directory, and point the Device Manager to the HECI.
Yellow question mark in device manager
If worse comes to worse I can do a restore. Jan 21, Posts: Jerry Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: That should give you the vendor code and 82g33/g31/l35/p31 code. Like someone said probably Intel management driver.
If your computer has been working fine, chances are you don’t need to worry about it. There’s no maybe or if or uncertainty here. In device manager and view by connection – under PCI bus it shows- Expresa just shows the same devices arranged in a different hierarchy. That’s not the same device you asked about in your opening post.
PCI\VEN_&DEV_29C5 – 82G33/G31/P35/P31 Express MEI Controller | Device KB
That board has been out of support for a very long time. Fri Sep 11, 7: North of Pittsburgh Registered: I have no PCI cards. Missing devices, controllet systems that seem to work fine, can also be: I’ve tried searching for an updated driver and can’t find any.
I’m not having much luck finding out anything or do I need to even worry about it. Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor.