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i need drivers for a Radeon xpress 1100 motherboard.....thx
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AMD, or Intel processor?
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Crap Broni, u had to ask me that didnt u.....lol, hmmm, i know its intel pentium 4 3.0 gig...but thats just the chip isnt it. Let me go more into detail, i formatted from Vista, in my device manager i have a " ? " beside "sm bus controller". Computer is running fine but im pretty sure i should get that driver.
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sm bus controller

You need to install chipset driver to get rid of that error.
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ok.....i downloaded everest home edition, it tells me that it doesnt support my motherboard ( go figure )...but it did tell me that it was a ATI radeon express 200, motherboard name unknown, motherboard properties is blank. I went to ATI,s website and matched up w/ ATI radeon xpress 200 and downloaded the chipset/graphics/bridge drivers, and it didnt change anything in my device manager, do u know of any other programs that will give me more info on my motherboard so " WE " ( lol ) can get get my drivers? thx for the fast responses and help Broni.


heres the motherboard part of the log....

Motherboard:
CPU Type Intel Pentium 4 631, 3000 MHz (15 x 200)
Motherboard Name Unknown
Motherboard Chipset ATI Radeon Xpress 200
System Memory 3040 MB (DDR SDRAM)
BIOS Type AMI (04/11/07)

Edited by Clinetyme, 12 January 2009 - 11:37 PM.

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ATI Radeon Xpress 200 <----this is your chipset
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http://www.nodevice....0/get34998.html
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Now wait, you're with Vista, right?
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I found couple of downloads with Vista listed:
http://asia.cnet.com...9520163s,00.htm
http://www.versiontr...info/win/159677
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lol....thats funny u put nodevice.com. I just went there and found my drivers and it worked (thank god). Im w/ xp ( again ), but this computer originally came w/ Vista. I also have 2 more issues in my device manager there under " other devices" next to " PCI device ", both of them have a " ? " and a " ! " . That has always been there forever....all i have in my PCI slots are my ATI 2400 hd pro video card and my sound blaster live audio card. Both of them work fine and the drivers are up to date, i checked them a million and 1 times...any clue what that might be ? thx again for the help w/ that chipset driver, im burnin that sucker right now for further use.....
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I'm glad, you sorted it out :)

I wouldn't worry too much about those other entries, if everything works fine.
You may try Unknown Device Identifier: http://www.zhangduo.com/udi.html
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U were right .... i shouldnt of worried about them .... but it was buggin me so i had to find out what they were and try to get the drivers for them. Turns out it was the high defenition audio drivers for my onboard audio, a cool little program that i downloaded called driver magician told me what they were, turns out ATI sold out to realtec in that division so it took a little time to find the drivers but all is good now. Thx again for all the help and support, now that my PC is back to normal i have a 500 gig hard drive to fill up w/ useless junk.... thx again :)
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You're welcome :)
500 is good (457 rather, in reality). After year, and a half of using drive like that, I still have 200GB left....what?!...where is my free space?? :)
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