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Mystery PCI Input Device in Device Manager

by Retheesh / August 31, 2005 8:09 AM PDT

I had this problem last time when I fresh installed Windows XP Pro on my computer. I don't know the time, but it happens at least 30 days after I reinstall the OS and software. Today, my computer prompted me to install drivers for a PCI Input Device, but I haven't installed any new hardware for months. Basically, I haven't touched the inside of my computer for that long. So why is Device Manager prompting me to install this mystery device? Hardware ID shows that it is from vendor 1102, which is Creative, and I have an Audigy 1. Also, my FireWire port is Code 10, the device cannot start. So I'm thinking the mystery device is the same firewire port. But why show up as a separate device? I tried removing the devices and restarting the computer, but they return to haunt me again. The device properties for the PCI Input Device says PCI SLOT 7, AND I DONT HAVE A 7th slot! Can someone help me, please?

Summary: Device manager shows my 1394 Net Adapter with a yellow exclamation, and it has code 10, device cannot start. There is an unknown device, the PCI Input Device, which doesn't allow me to install any drivers for it, yet it has the creative Vendor ID 1102. It shows itself as being PCI Slot 7. Now, how do I fix this? Thanks!

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Firewire code 10
by linkit / August 31, 2005 9:11 AM PDT
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Fixed?!?!
by Retheesh / September 4, 2005 12:15 AM PDT
In reply to: Firewire code 10

I don't get this, I don't have the problem anymore. What is going on? But at least it's gone. Stupid XP.

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