Problem with Computer Drivers

Hi E's,
I have two drivers that I can not find the installation software.
One is PCI Device, that have this hardware information:

Onother is pcouffin, that I have this information:

My OS is W7 (64).

How I can resolve the problem?

The best regards, JC
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helpfinderIT ConsultantCommented:
is it laptop od desktop? can you specify manufactirer and model (of laptop, or motherboard in case of desktop)
do you have connected some 3th party HW?
Gabriel CliftonNet AdminCommented:
To me it looks like a high definition audio driver on the first one, have you tried
Zac HarrisSystems Administrator Commented:
Ok the unknown PCI device is showing up as a NVIDIA GeForce 560 video card. The driver for that can be found here:
NVIDIA GeForce 560

The Pcouffin device driver can be found here:
Pcouffin Driver

Let me know if this corrects your driver issues...

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Asif BacchusI.T. ConsultantCommented:
Hopefully the following will help you, or at least get you going in the right direction:

Your PCI card seems to be an nVidia graphics/HDMI card.  Check out nVidia's website in the drivers section, they usually have detection software that will identify your specific card and help you download the drivers for it. might be a good place to start.  Note, their scanning software usually only works in Internet Explorer.

As for the other one, pcouffin:  I've only ever seen this associated with DVD burning software, and usually older software at that.  Do you have any old DVD software installed?  If so, you could re-install it and that should fix the problem.  However, as I said, it is *usually* older software so you might want to uninstall it completely and update to something newer.  Sorry I can't be more helpful with this one.

Hopefully this gets you at least pointed in the right direction.  Let me know if you need anything else!
Jey_PIT Security Eng Commented:
Please refer the link below if the installed OS is windows 7 and do a windows 7 compatibility check for hardware. Also run a full windows update.
it is best to download the drivers from the manufacturer's site -so plse post the model
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