Apologies if this is the wrong place to post- I'm at a dead end and cannot figure this out.
- ROG Strix z490-E Gaming
- i7 10700k
- Gigabyte RTX 2080 Super (Gaming OC)
I recently swapped my motherboard from a MSI z490 board to the ASUS ROG Strix z490-e Gaming, Everything works fine- yet after swapping two unknown PCI Devices appeared.
I've double checked all Asus BIOS/Drivers/everything is up to date. I did figure out SOME things about these mystery PCI Devices but cannot resolve the issue- crying uncle and asking for help.
RESEARCH SO FAR
Device Hardware IDs
- Both of the 'PCI Device' displayed have identical Hardware IDs
Device Instance Path
The only EXACT Match I could find was on a random website in foreign language where someone was listing system specs. No idea if accurate but shows as:
- Intel(R) LPSS: I2C Controller #0 - 06E8
If I do a more board search of '8086&DEV_06E9' it appears this is an Intel Driver.
- Intel(R) Serial IO I2C Host Controller
I cannot seem to find an exact match for this driver from Intel - only things with a similar name from 2015. I did find some matches but from 3rd party sites I'd rather avoid.
I tried anything I could find from Intel and nothing has fixed the issue. Still see these two PCI Devices. Am hoping someone here has the same issue and can help!
We went ahead and set one up, formatted it and loaded XP (exercising our downgrade rights!), but I found a device in hardware manager that I cannot find a driver for, nor can I figure out what it is. It shows up under 'Other Devices' simply as 'Base System Device', of course with the yellow question mark and exclamation point, but of which are. 1) In Device Manager, right-click the device and click Update Driver Software. 2) Click Search automatically for updated driver software. Then Windows will search and find the driver for you. 3) Reboot your computer and check to see if the Base System Device driver issue is fixed. Fixing base system device driver & PCI Data Acquisition And Signal Processing Controller Issues/driver missing In Windows 10/8/7 64 bit/32 bit 2021-20.
Some users have noticed that there is a yellow mark in the base system device driver in device manager. This mark refers to the missing or wrong of the base system device driver, and it always happens after we update our system or the drivers. To solve the problem, we can just update the driver in Device Manager, or re-install the device driver if you want. There are three methods available.
Method one: Update the Base System Device Driver in Device Manager
Device Manager is a Control Panel applet in Microsoft Windows operating systems. It allows users to view and control the hardware attached to the computer. When a piece of hardware is not working, the offending hardware is highlighted for the user to deal with. The list of hardware can be sorted by various criteria. To solve the base system device driver error, you can try the following steps.
Step one: Win+ R, input 'devmgmt.msc' to open your Device Manager;
Step two: Locate in Other Device, and right click to update driver software of the Base System Device;
C# if else example. Step three: Search automatically for updated driver software, the system will search for the driver for you.
Method two: Re-install the Base System Device Driver
Step one: Go to the device manufacturer's official website to search for the latest driver you want, please pay attention to the version of the one you choose.
Step two: Right click the base system device and choose properties;
Unknown Base System Device
Step three: Select Details, then Hardware Ids;
You can check the hardware IDs in the list, then apply the code on the vendor’s website to search for the corresponding drivers.
Method three: Update Base System Device Driver with a Driver Updater
Without driver tools, you can choose the methods mentioned above to solve the driver problem. But it can be troublesome to update or re-install the driver manually sometimes. Driver Booster can just help you simplify the process. Just three steps: Scan, Repair and Backup, you can easily make a solution of the driver problems.
With Driver Booster, you can also uninstall Nvidia drivers from your Windows 10.