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ttsstr5

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I have a PCI device, SM Bus controller, and unknown device listed. How can I tell what these devices are so I can get the drivers for them? :)
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Hi ttsstr5...

Those are all part of the motherboard chipset drivers.

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Ok so how do I find out what they are? :)
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If you have a brand name machine such as Dell, HP, Acer, etc...you'll find the chipset drivers on their respective websites. They'll be listed as chipset drivers.

If your machine is custom built, the chipset drivers will be available on the motherboard manufacturer's website...also listed as chipset drivers, in most cases.
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