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I need a PCI Driver and can't find it on any searches

I need a PCI Driver the device instance ID is PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03F0&SUBSYS_08881849&REV_A2\3&267A616A&0&28.
I think is the High definition audio Bus but I'm not sure can anyone help?
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MedicalAdminCommented:
get the manufacturer name (and model number if you can) go to their website or google search for drivers.
the information you're showing here isn't too helpful (at least to me)
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MedicalAdminCommented:
if you don't know either, take the PCI board out to see what is written on it or at least get the name of the motherboard or who makes the computer (dell, hp, etc)
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mariito1983Author Commented:
ok thanks
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MedicalAdminCommented:
no worries, let me know if you need any help finding the manufacturer from the (typically) cryptic info on the board itself
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mariito1983Author Commented:
will it help if I run and SIW Report and send it to you?
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majidhajaliCommented:
If you don't know how to detach the device from your computer and you are not able to read the labels and models on your device, you can right click on the device in device manager, click update driver and then select microsoft windows update site. it checks the microsoft site to find a proper update for your device.
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nobusCommented:
10DE = NVIDIA    
03F0 = high definition audio  (this confirms your thinking)
and sending the SIW (only motherboard  is enough) will help
you can also try this for your driver :    http://www.innovative-sol.com/drivermax/      
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MedicalAdminCommented:
to nobus =P knew someone was going to do that
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MedicalAdminCommented:
10de = NVidia

DEV_03F0 = MCP61 = Audio HD DEV_03F0 = = MCP61 HD Audio

guessing you have a gigabyte board...
http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/Motherboard/Driver_Model.aspx?ProductID=2438
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MedicalAdminCommented:
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nobusCommented:
why do you repeat my post ..??  not sure...and not good habits on EE
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MedicalAdminCommented:
just gave him a direct link to possible drivers, instead of a driver program is all
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mariito1983Author Commented:
Thanks I will try it and let bith of you knoe
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