Thank you for your reply. Do you see any error codes or error details for the unknown device? Hi Slance , Thank you for your reply. Have you tried to update the device drivers to Windows 8. These chipsets use a ‘ dual independent bus ‘ design, in which each socket has its own connection to the chipset. Not sure if this Windows 8. Since the issue persists, you need to get in touch with Nortech Support or Intel Support to check for Windows 8.
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Computer make is Nor-Tech, and model is Voyageur. Jackson97 Replied on January 18, Eight PCI Express 2. Not sure if this Windows 8.
Did you try to upgrade Windows 8. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Nortech Support suggest sending the computer back to them, so that they can put in another C: Do you see any error codes or error details for the unknown device?
Since the issue persists, you need to get in touch with Nortech Support or Intel Support to check for Windows 8. Thank you for all of your help.
It’s most likely a device hooked to the controller from what I can find All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external dhipset from April Articles with permanently dead external links. Jackson97 Created on January 15, Have run Windows update, but nothing seems to apply to my issue.
What is the make and model of the computer? Have you tried to update the device drivers to Windows 8.
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Would appreciate any help in resolving this issue. Did this solve your problem? Tried your suggestion, however the problem still exists.
Sorry this didn’t help. These support Socket Not sure if it is trying to tell me that something plugged into the motherboard is not functioning or what it is that triggers the unknown device.
Praseetha K Nair Replied on January 16, This means that the and initial codename Tylersburg-EP chipsets are essentially QPI to PCI Express interfaces; the is more intended for graphical workstations and the for servers that do not need vast amounts of PCI Express connectivity.
In reply to Jackson97’s post on January 18, Modifications of the settings are at your own risk. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Also refer to the computer manufacturer website and try installing the Windows 8.
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