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WebJun 22,  · If you installed an add-on PCI card for the serial port, what is the make and model of that PCI card? Otherwise, right-click on that entry in Device Manager and select . WebDownload HP Compaq dc ATI Graphics Driver v Rev. A Manufacturer: HP Hardware: HP Compaq dc Software name: Intel AMT LMS_­SOL Version: . WebThe PCI Serial Port driver is used by Intel Active Management Technology (AMT) for emulating serial communication over a standard network connection. Intel AMT allows IT .
 
 

 

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Ask a new question. Then I gave them the following hardware IDs for the device:. HP support then told me that this was actually a missing driver for the chipset.

They then told me “Drivers for windows 8. I tried to update driver software using the “Search automatically for updated driver software” without any luck. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Threats include any threat of suicide, violence, or harm to another. Any content of an adult theme or inappropriate to a community web site. Any image, link, or discussion of nudity. Any behavior that is insulting, rude, vulgar, desecrating, or showing disrespect.

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Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. Thanks for your feedback. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Search the community and support articles Windows Windows 8. Does anyone know were I can get the drivers? I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. How satisfied are you with this reply?

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Ask a new question. I tried to update driver from the internet but it states Windows couldn’t find the driver software for your device. If your computer came with a serial port built into it pretty rare these days , go to the support site of your computer’s manufacturer, enter the identifying information about your specific model probably the serial number , and look for the driver for the serial port. If you have difficulty doing the above, please provide the make and model of your computer and its serial number.

Once you know the manufacturer and model of the serial port, you should be able to find the driver for it. If at all possible, avoid third-party driver download sites. Look for the website of the device manufacturer. Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. Thanks for your feedback. I could be wrong, Not having it wont or should not affect ones computer unless one is trying to attach and run one of these older devices.

It may be more of a annoyance factor as it shows up with the Exclamation Mark beside it in the Device Manager. I once tried to go to the manufacturer’s website and talked to a robot agent. It asked me for the serial number. I went down for software and drivers, but it gave few of the softwares like BIOS extension and audio device driver. I mentioned It didn’t solved my problem and website asked me to download some kind of HP agent framework or something that will automatically check devices and install the necessary drivers.

I tried to install that software but It said your operating system is not supported, setup will now exit. I think it was because of my CPU’s model.

Also your three website links didn’t helped; one says error, another says no device found My PC also had another missing driver of PCI simple communication controller but I fixed it by watching a video on youtube and download Intel R software management host or something and installed the driver manually by device manager.

I once downloaded the drivers from an alternative local website named as ” Driverscape”. I first thought it was a Microsoft website because it had Microsoft icon. So it went something like this So there were some digitally signed in drivers or whatever that means and I tried to install the drivers from them. I one by one tried every driver but none of them worked as it displayed the driver for this device is invalid or something. I doubt that this isn’t the exact driver I was looking for as I tried to update driver automatically and it displayed like this.

Sorry if the images are not big enough to read. So, was it right of me to install the drivers from the internet from a local website or it will harm my computer somehow.

Or I should uninstall the driver. Frank N St31n may very well be correct. You appear to have a computer that was built just as Windows 7 was being released, and although there are some Windows 7 drivers for it on the HP website, there is nothing that seems to be a serial port driver.

In general, it is not a good idea to download drivers from third-party websites because you have no way to determine if they are the correct driver or if they include malware.

It appears, however, that whatever this device is, the driver you installed manually seems to have been accepted. Because there is no warning icon now, I suspect that the Device Status will be “This device is working properly. Are you using any peripheral device that needs to be connected to a serial port?

If so, does it work now? Both of those products have free trial periods. You can uninstall them after the scan or keep them, as you like. If you keep MalwareBytes but don’t pay for it, it reverts to an “on-demand only” scanner after the free trial period ends.

You both should be right, my PC isn’t very much capable of handling Windows 7. I will be really grateful to your advice! You said that I should scan the installed driver for any malware, So I did so with Malware-bytes which I already had installed on my PC. I did full scan and didn’t find any potentially unwanted files.

I don’t have any peripheral device, but I think I had once. I thought it was a driver problem because when I started my PC a notification appeared as ” Installing the driver software ” and ” Successfully installed the driver ” or something like this.

I thought that it was because of the Windows which had automatically installed the driver and I uninstalled the driver from device manager. But it didn’t worked. Then I had no choice but to return the product. If your computer is working satisfactorily now, I suggest not changing your operating system. Similarly, I’d leave the serial port issue alone. I don’t know why the AMD video card didn’t work properly after the driver was successfully installed. The only reasons I can think of that might connect the failure of the video card and the failure of the serial port would be some issue with the PCI slot itself or possibly with the chipset driver.

Again, however, if your system is currently working satisfactorily, I wouldn’t suggest experimenting by randomly installing drivers. In my opinion, if your current system isn’t performing satisfactorily, your best solution would be to buy a new computer with Windows 10 pre-installed.

The hardware will be up to date, the proper drivers will be installed, and you should end up with a better experience. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Search the community and support articles Windows Windows 7 Search Community member.

I am looking for some help and it would be really appreciated. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. LemP Volunteer Moderator. Otherwise, right-click on that entry in Device Manager and select the “Details” tab.

Select “Hardware Ids” in the drop-down list under “Property” Copy the first line in the “Values” box and paste into a Google search. How satisfied are you with this reply?

Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Frank N St31n. In reply to LemP’s post on June 21, Do a search as LemP has outlined. To LemP. Some of my findings on this issue. Some of my findings, Any ideas are welcome as it is a issue that has caught me out at times as well. Hi there, I once tried to go to the manufacturer’s website and talked to a robot agent. So it went something like this :- The drivers were like this ; So I manually went to device manager and tried to install the drivers from.

After the installation the device manager displayed the device like this :- I doubt that this isn’t the exact driver I was looking for as I tried to update driver automatically and it displayed like this.

Once you’re reasonably sure that your computer isn’t infected, I’d leave things as is. This site in other languages x.

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