Base System Device Unkown in Device Manager on HP ML350G4 server running Windows 2003 R2 (500 pts to winner)

Hello all, I have HP ML350 G4 server running Windows 2003 R2 all patched up.  I have one device in the device manager screen that is unknown.  It is listed as a "base system device"  Anyone have any ideas?
ddftechAsked:
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iedenCommented:
do you have a lights out card installed but not configured?
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ddftechAuthor Commented:
Lights out driver is installed, but I have not configured anything.  I don't really have lights out so I just did the driver.  Do I need to config it anyway?  If so, how do I do that?
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iedenCommented:
It would help if the complete model of the server with specs so we can troubleshoot better. Lights Out is an add on card, I was just guessing you may have had one.
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ddftechAuthor Commented:
It was actually the lights out card.  I re-installed the driver, and everything worked.
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