Looking for a driver for Asus motherboard

Discussion in 'Windows 64 Bit' started by Sall, Apr 10, 2007.

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    Sall Guest

    I have vista x64 installed, and I got 2 question marks.unknown device
    hardware id profiles are

    ACPI\PNPB02F
    *PNPB02F
    &
    ACPI\PNPB006
    *PNPB006
    cant find drivers for them

    I have (P5ND2-SLI Deluxe) motherboard and the Chipset are:

    1-Northbridge: Nvidia nForce 4 SLI - Intel Edition

    2-Southbridge: Nvidia MCP-04
     
    Sall, Apr 10, 2007
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    Carlos Guest

    Sall:
    Those devices correspond to the GamePort (Joystick) and MIDI Port.
    They are not supported any longer as of XP x64.
    I usually disable them in BIOS setup to get rid of the exclamation marks.
    Please note that I am referring to the old gameport included long time ago
    in many soundcards and some motherboards.
    It has nothing to do with USB joysticks which, of course, are supported.
    Carlos
     
    Carlos, Apr 10, 2007
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    jabloomf1230 Guest

    Go into the Windows device Manager (from the Control panel) and locate
    each device entry. Then look at the Details tab. You will see lines like:

    PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_7003&CC_0980

    This indicates, for example that the Vendor ID (VID) is 1102 and the
    Device ID (DID) is 7003.

    Then go to the PCI card database site at:

    http://www.pcidatabase.com/

    and look up the Vendor and Device.

    For example, the device above shows up as unknown on my system (which
    has an ASUS A8N32-SLI motherboard) and it is:

    Vendor ID 1102 ---> Creative Labs
    Device ID 7003 ---> Creative Labs SB Audigy MIDI/Game port

    which unfortunately is not presently supported by the current Creative
    Labs Vista driver.
     
    jabloomf1230, Apr 11, 2007
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