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Unknown Device in IBM t40


I have an IBM  T40. ( type: 2372-72u) . I just reinstalled win xp pro sp2 . After installing all of the devices, when I go to device maneger there is and Unknown device. I have no idea what that is. I went to IBM's website to see if they have any chipset drives that I have to download , but I did not see any under the downloads. I am sure if it's a chipset. I just don't know what it is. ?

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netcomp
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phototropicCommented:
Go to start - accessories - system tools - system information.
Click on "components"
Click on "problem devices"
Your mystery device will be there. If tyhere is no information, look for tyhe deevice number and the vendor number (two 4digit numbers in the first loine of information.
Look up thye E£DEV/VEN numbers her4e:

http://www.pcidatabase.com/

Good luck!
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phototropicCommented:
Sorry about the clumsy typing in that post above!!
If you need drivers, look at the chip manufacturer's website, or try a driver database like Driverguide:

http://www.driverguide.com/

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phototropicCommented:
That first post should looik like this:

"Go to start - accessories - system tools - system information.
Click on "components"
Click on "problem devices"
Your mystery device will be there. If there is no information, look for the device number and the vendor number (two 4 digit numbers in the first line of information.
Look up the DEV/VEN numbers here:

http://www.pcidatabase.com/

Good luck!"
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netcompAuthor Commented:
Hi,

I did windows update and the device is gone. Thank you,
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MereteCommented:
yeah cut your nails :)

Netcomp you could also try a free trial Driver Guide Toolkit
DriverGuide Toolkit is especially helpful in situations where you have a computer in your possession and the internal hardware is unknown. DriverGuide Toolkit can identify the hardware on the system and the associated drivers,
http://www.driverguidetoolkit.com/
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MereteCommented:
ok I am getting slow then lol.
No worries.
Cheers Merete
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