If worse comes to worse I can do a restore. Yellow question mark in device manager 12 posts. This is what it says- “Operating Systems: Mostly used for remote system management. Jerry Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: I don’t know when this showed up as I generally have no reason to look at the device manager.
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Fri Sep 11, 3: Often you can Google the exptess and get a very good idea of what device it is and where to look for drivers. Jan 21, Posts: Missing devices, on systems that seem to work fine, can also be: Sat Sep 12, 1: Yellow question mark in device manager 12 posts.
Fri Sep 11, 7: If it is I don’t have any raid drives so do I need it? Oct 30, Posts: I have a yellow question mark in device manager under mwi Devices’ – “PCI simple communications controller”. I’m not having much luck finding out anything or do I need to even worry about it.
This is what it says- “Operating Systems: I’m going to print this post out do a backup, get brave and then download those HECI files and see what happens. That board has been out of support for a very long time. Fri Sep 11, Oct 9, Posts: Jerry Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: As the others have said, I would highly bet on it being Intel Management Engine. Like someone said probably Intel management driver. Mostly used for remote system management.
Jul 21, Posts: North of Pittsburgh Registered: If worse comes to worse I can do a restore. In device manager and view by connection – under PCI bus it shows- That just shows the same devices arranged in a different hierarchy. That’s where my money would be on too. I looked at that link supplied and it’s doesn’t look like Win 7 is supported?
Downloads for Graphics Drivers for Intel® G31 Express Chipset
Would this be a windows or intel driver problem? Yorkshire it’s grim oop north Registered: If I had to take a wild guess, I’d bet it’s something like the motherboard management services that requires an Intel MEI driver. That should give you the vendor code and device code.
Mar 15, Posts: Fri Sep 11, 5: Drivers aren’t for motherboards, they are for chipsets. Jun 26, Posts: The link posted by margana will absolutely work.