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PCI Simple Communication Controllet Drivers Missing

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Hello I have just reinstalled Windows 7 professional in a Sony Vayo VPCEB35FX laptop. in Device manager is missing the PCI Simple Communications Controller. I went to the Sony Web site and tried to download the motherboard drivers and some other but not success. WHat is the PCI Simple Communication Controller ? Can someone help me to find the right driver and put an end to this frustration situation :)

thank you,
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ussually, it is a modem
did you install this utility ?

http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu-download.pl?mdl=VPCEB35FX&upd_id=6006

allso - i suggest to install ALL drivers, starting with chipset !
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MASQ it worked!! Thank you both of you...Thank you so much.
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