after reinstallation XP pro SP2 and SP3, unknown device ACPI\BCM0101

HI, i reinstall XP PRO SP2 with the HP cds and patch to SP3.
I download from another all the HP drivers and/or Intel 945 and i flash the BIOS to V1.59.
I still have an unknown device (ACPI\BCM0101\1).
I read others post and reinstall Broadcom drivers, realtek drives ==> no change.
The access to Internet by ethernet is very slow and sometimes hangs.
What can i do?
Thanks for your help
jrjaq63Asked:
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jrjaq63Connect With a Mentor Author Commented:
@tcb1: this site doesn't give me the 3 drivers. They seem to be a part of a general package "Intel 945 Chipset express".
I don't understand my problem, it's the third time i rebuild this PC and it's the first time i have so much problems.
I think i'll rebuilt it one more time from scratch.
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Leon TealePenetration TesterCommented:
It is a broadcom TPM. the drivers should be on the CD.
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jrjaq63Author Commented:
Hp doesn't give drivers on CD. I download Broadcom V8.27.1.0 from HP site and reinstall it.
No effect...
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Leon TealePenetration TesterCommented:
have you tried a driver detector? more specificaly driver detective?
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Leon TealePenetration TesterCommented:
try diabling and/or removing all your network conections..

then unisntall and reinstall the driver
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jrjaq63Author Commented:
No. I just install "System Info for Windows" that give me the same precisions than Windows.
Could you notice me a link to a driver detector?
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3986Commented:
Uninstall the sp3 restart reinstall the driver.

To find the appropriate driver chat online with hp soppurt

http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/contact/chat_1.html

Good luck.
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jrjaq63Author Commented:
I removing all network drivers and reinstall the HP versions (download from V10.85 to V8.27.1 for broadcom). No effects
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Leon TealeConnect With a Mentor Penetration TesterCommented:

http://www.drivershq.com/
http://www.viaarena.com/default.aspx?PageID=2&OSID=1&CatID=1160

this will perform a free scan and as it may not downlaod the driver for you at least you can et an accurate driver you may need

have you tried installing another driver that is like that of the one you have been driving but not that one, if that makes sense. i mean have tried downloading a different version?
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Leon TealePenetration TesterCommented:
i dint mean remove all network drivers i meant disable and delete the network connections
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jrjaq63Author Commented:
@3986: i desinstall the SP3 and reinstall older version for Broadcom ==> still have the unknow device.
@hexemes: i manage (between several internet hangs) to download driverdetective; i have some drivers to reload (intel 82801G PCI Express Root port 27D0, intel 82801 PCI Bridge 244e, Intel 82801G SMBus Controller 27DA). i tried to do this but i have problems.
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TCB1Commented:
Try DriverMax

http://www.innovative-sol.com/drivermax/

It's free.
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jrjaq63Author Commented:
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