INtel pcic compatible pcmcia controller - error 10

I have yellow exclamation marks next to five of them and they are microsoft compatible controller adapters. Anyone know how I can fix it.


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No PC make, model, OS?

Hard to supply much advice other than find the drivers.

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PC is Dell optiplex gx620 Intel 4 processor running windows xp pro sp3. The PC is re-furbished.
The full name of the problem is error 10 in Microsoft Intel PCIC compatible PCMCIA controller adapters.
I have looked for the drivers and can only find the normal compatible microsoft version 5.1.2600.
Do you think it's worth re-loading them and by the way they come under PCMIA adapters in Device manager.
When I click troubleshpoot not a thing happens so really don't know what to do next.

Steve Griffin

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Since it's a dell.

I'd use the SERVICE TAG and head to, input my service tag and install the drivers starting with motherboard drivers then any other system type driver.

--> But wait, be sure your are fixing something real. For years owners have been trying to fix device manager code 10's and such even when everything works!

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OK Bob thanks for your input I will visit Dell and see what can be done.
That is the funny thing Bob everything is working fine it's just that everytime I go into device manager
and see the yellow exclamation marks I think to myself well I better get that sorted out. Over cautious or what?


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