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    Persistent discovery of a \"PCI bridge\" device

    My GIGA machine keeps saying that it\'s found a \"PCI Bridge\" PNP device. I\'ve fed it every CD I can find and nothing seems to please it. Any ideas on how to figure out what it wants? The people that built my machine are, for my convenience, out of business, so I can\'t dump it in their laps.

    Thanks!
    Robert

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    Re: Persistent discovery of a \"PCI bridge\" device

    The \"PCI Bridge PNP driver\" is a part of Chipset drivers, for some reason windows couldn\'t find it. The best way is to find-out your Motherboard model and the chipset type (VIA/AMD/Intel) then get the latest driver from the WEB. Normally you can find them in the CD driver, which is shipped along with the motherboard, you could try it as well if you have one.


    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size=\"1\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by rwparker:
    My GIGA machine keeps saying that it\'s found a \"PCI Bridge\" PNP device. I\'ve fed it every CD I can find and nothing seems to please it. Any ideas on how to figure out what it wants? The people that built my machine are, for my convenience, out of business, so I can\'t dump it in their laps.

    Thanks!
    Robert
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>


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