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My win7 64bit sp1 os gives me the following problem: In the Device controller i have a yellow mark on my PCI input device. It says my PCI device has driver problems. More accurately: ,,pci input device Device type: other devices Manufacturer: unknown Location: pci-bus: 2, devices: 2, task: 1 The device's drivers not installled. (Code: 28)" Well, my drivers -as far as i know- are up to date (exept my sound card, coz the sound card's manufacturer dont have win7 64 bit compatible driver). Bios also got updated. I have a video card, a sound card, and a lan card (their drivers up to date, exept sound card, as i mentioned) installed into my PCI slots, but it looks like they are working correctly (exept the sound card: i have laggs in sound when i playing higher qualitied sounds). My computer has various simphtoms: - applications randomly crashing (MSN, League of legends, Mozilla browser, flash player crashing, even windows related applications like search indexing, etc). - when applications crashing, sometimes i got bluescreen, but my computer are able to restart itself Sorry, if im hard to understand, but my englis is need much more practice, and im also not an expert in the PC-stuff. Thy, if u decide to help me out.
Do you have a modem that is no longer in use?
Some LAN cards have more than one device. It may be a bridge or something. I think that is noted on your question. Look for the manufactures driver.
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Posted on Nov 23, 2012
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