Saturday, August 8, Wednesday, May 19, 6: I wouldn’t know what thread you saw. This worked for me. Microsoft Windows 10 bit. Marked as answer by Guillermo.

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Unknown Devices in Device Manager.

Unknown Device in Device Manager (both x86 and x64)

This seems to be something to do with Win MCE, and may hardwaree be supported in other versions of windows. I have the same question. The device manager shows one unknown device that I can’t figure out.

I installed all my drivers except one. I don’t agree with just downloading anything without some degree of certainty that it will correct the problem. Microsoft Windows 10 bit. I’m not used to using Windows. There is a way to identify the device to search for generic drivers? The driver is really unnecessary.


[SOLVED] Can’t find driver for device, weird ACPI hardware ID? – Tech Support Forum

I switched between S1 and S3, but it makes not difference. Marraco Thursday, May 28, 7: You’ll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments here. Ask a Question Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? Orun, in Device Manager, right click on the device that isn’t installed and select Update Driver.

Thanks for the prompt response! Here is a copy and paste of the driver setup information file which shows support for that ID Click on the driver tab. The away mode driver was only needed for Windows XP. The goal should be to ‘fix’ the problem or if not Fri, 10 Nov Marraco Monday, August 10, 1: Tuesday, August 24, 3: As for the last person’s comment, that does not work for me.

What do bit and bit mean?

[SOLVED] Can’t find driver for device, weird ACPI hardware ID?

A Google search brings up too much variable information to ascertain the issue. I should note that that driver does not works on the gigabyte motherboard, wich is the entire purpose of this threadso there is no answer to my question.


Current Temperatures Take II. I yet did not tried it. Message 8 of I already switched to an X58 system, so I are no more able to test it, but I suspect that this is the answer to this problem.

The actual away mode driver to control the sleep function is not needed for Vista or W7, and your PC is not supported for any newer operating system. For Vista and W7, hadware is why nvidia wrote a null driver just to get rid of the unknown device showing up.

I guess folks were complaining.