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PCI simple communications controller NOT FOUND


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holycow

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I have a computer WINDOWS XP SP2.

Just added a CD-RW Drive Samsung R522 and now i cant get it to work as windows finds a new hardware by the name of PCI Simple Communications Controller. Where can i get this driver from ? Any help will be appreciated.

Thank You.

Edited by holycow, 19 June 2007 - 05:38 AM.

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try this>>>1. In Control Panel, double-click System.
2. Click the Device Manager tab.
3. Double-click the Hard Disk Controllers branch to expand it.
4. Click the CMD PCI-0640 PCI-to-IDE controller, and then click Properties.
5. Click the Settings tab.
6. Select the proper configuration for the device.
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I dont have a HARD DISK CONTROLLER branch... =/

I have uploaded an image of the devices found on my computer.

Also.. my motherboard is INTEL D845GLLY

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PCI Simple Communications Controller is a dial-up modem which you probabbly have installed in your computer but there is no driver to it.

How did you install the new cd-rw? are you sure the flat cable is set in the right direction and is well secured? Dis you set the jumper properly (master, slave or cable select).
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Yes i did that fine set my burner as MA and the other drive as SL... right now i did it so the BURNER works.. but my other drive doesnt work.. because of that prblem.

and it is wierd as i DO NOT have a Modem

Edited by holycow, 19 June 2007 - 12:25 PM.

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1: Try to jumper both as cable select.

2: In device manager expand dvd/cd-rom drives. Uninstall the drivers. Reboot and let windows reload the drivers.
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