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 Post subject: Unknown device
PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2007 1:17 pm 
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Hi!

I just completed the install of winxp on my x60 1706 cto.
I have one more thing left to install in the device manager that is listed as unknonw device.
When I start my comp. windows says it found new hardware - PCI Device. But what can this little item be?

So far I have installed:
ethernet
wlan
btooth
modem
monitor
graphic
sound
matrix storage driver
chipset

any ideas?


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2007 3:11 pm 
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Try:
-- Card Reader (X60, X60s ThinkPad SD storage and standard host controller bus driver)
-- ThinkVantage Active Protection System (Airbag-like protection for your hard drive: activation software)
http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site. ... MIGR-62938
Good luck!


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2007 7:13 pm 
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how about PCMCIA card?


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It might help if you posted the pci address of the device so that others can look it up for you. :)


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FED4000 - FED44FFF
*PNP0C31
ACPI\ATM1200\4&374CCB25&0


Does any of that help?


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You need ThinkPad Power Management driver.

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politicorific wrote:
FED4000 - FED44FFF
*PNP0C31
ACPI\ATM1200\4&374CCB25&0


Does any of that help?


that's the one. Which driver does it want? ;)

To complete the list this is what I've installed thus far:
active protection - 7ksa10ww.exe
bluetooth - 7jba08ww.exe
chipset - oss608ww.exe
ethernet - 7ira09ww.exe
graphic - 7ad119ww.exe
keyboard - 1qkcb7ww.exe
matrix storage - 7kim06ww.exe
modem - 7fma10ww.exe
monitor - 79oi05ww.exe
osd support - 7kvu13ww.exe (volumebar onscreen)
power managemnet - 7ku705ww.exe
power mangenment - 7kku06ww.exe
sata power - 77sj03ww.exe
sound - 77a224ww.exe
trackpoint - 7bg553ww.exe
systemupdate301-2007-6-14.exe


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2007 1:56 pm 
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no one?


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politicorific wrote:
FED4000 - FED44FFF
*PNP0C31
ACPI\ATM1200\4&374CCB25&0


Does any of that help?


Actually that look like the Atmel TPM chip on my X61. How about installing 79za05ww.exe?

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That installed one Atmel TPM installed but leaves me with on with a yellow ! on it. And when I start my computor or reboot windows still finds a pci device. :(


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trifler wrote:
That installed one Atmel TPM installed but leaves me with on with a yellow ! on it. And when I start my computor or reboot windows still finds a pci device. :(


How about the fingerprint scanner? Did you install the software for that?

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mfbernstein wrote:
trifler wrote:
That installed one Atmel TPM installed but leaves me with on with a yellow ! on it. And when I start my computor or reboot windows still finds a pci device. :(


How about the fingerprint scanner? Did you install the software for that?


My fingerprint scanner is working just fine, but I can't access the IBM/Lenovo FTP site, so I can't get the file to see if I can make this work

edit* I think this might not affect windows XP
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trusted_Platform_Module

Also since I completely formatted, there's no extra partition to hide/unhide.


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I don't have a finger point scanner.


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What's left is:

1. Card Reader
2. Windows Update Modules

EDIT: You might need to uninstall the Sound and Modem drivers before you install the Windows Update Modules for the Universal Audio Architecture (UAA) High Definition Audio class driver. After that driver is installed, you can reinstall the Sound and Modem drivers.

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did you try the power management driver? (not the utility) that'll be it i think, It's called "Thinkpad PM Device" when installed.

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Finaly got it. I extracted all the drivers I had and tried until it got the right one. No more device found att bootup. Thanks for the help.


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I guess you are not going to tell us which one it was huh? :BAAAD!:

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I have the same issue, but decided It might be the Active Secure Chip (I can't remember the actual name of that device) and therefore, not needing it, I haven't been bothered reinstalling it.

If you could just put what's the driver you were needing that might help some folks. ;)

regards.

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 Post subject: It is
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It is TPM

I encoutnered the same problem and after installed TPM 3.0.0.15 (79za05ww.exe), it has been solved.

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