W95 PCI Bridge

I have an ASUS P55T2P4, Triton II, with Bios 108 (latest), Pentium 133, 33MB RAM.  With Windows 95, Device Manager
reports under System Devices that I have a "PCI Standard Host CPU Bridge" when it should report I have an "Intel Triton Pentium Processor to PCI Bridge."  I called Microsoft, and they said my motherboard is reporting incorrectly to Windows 95, but there is no performance difference.  I cannot change the driver manually.  

1) Is there a way you know how to make this correct?

2) Is there a performance loss if I do *not* change it (i.e., is MS correct)?

3) Just what does this setting do anyway?

 
Thank you,
Allan
asager@mnsinc.com
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pcchiuCommented:
1.  It not necessary to make the correction for it.
2.  the performace didn't loss since the fuction is same for any thing you called it.
3.  What it does is to used in embedded PCI systems.  The fully detail you can see at
http://www.plxtech.com/PCI/plx_products.htm for one example.
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