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Clicking the Details tab and choosing Hardware Ids shows: This apparently caused no harm but it did not correct the problem. Someone mentioned on another board to update the Intel Management Engine Interface. I thought I had the problem solved … but nooooo. After downloading and running I got the message: How can I precisely identify what needs to be done here? More about communications controller driver issue think.
Raiddinn Sep 4, , 4: Intel Network Cards - you can probably hit "Roll Back Driver" in the hardware manager under the network card properties and get back to the previous ones and then try to do the ones from Asus again.
Other stuff - I would just download everything from Asus's site particular to your board and OS and then try to install them all one at a time. Sometimes one driver is dependent on another one being installed too, so if you don't have the first one the second won't recognize even with the right driver installed. Sounds like you just need to find the one that isn't done and the others will probably detect afterwards.
Often the best way to do that is just trial and error. Smeg45 Sep 4, , 5: Get the latest chipset installer off Asus's website. That should fix it. Can't find your answer? Raiddinn Sep 4, , 5: Just to confirm - you went through every single one? Also, does that include the latest BIOS version? It really feels like one was missed or somehow didn't get a good install on it. You don't have the driver CD that came with the motherboard laying around do you?
Smeg45 Sep 4, , 6: Raiddinn Sep 4, , 6: You could try to point the drivers with warnings to the root of the CD and tell them to browse subfolders. Also might help to reinstall windows, but its pretty unlikely to be honest. And now there's a new problem. Apparently, with all these uninstalls, updates, re-updates and attempted updates this machine will no longer stay asleep.
According to Windows' Event Viewer: Raiddinn Sep 4, , 9: It may fix itself. Both my computer and my wife's computer have historically had very little problems with entering and exiting sleep mode.
Yesterday we both came in our rooms to computers that had not gone to sleep the night before. Today when we went into our rooms they were both off again. It happens sometimes, my guess is related to windows updates or something.
Or it could be something else, but I really wouldn't worry about the sleep thing till you got the other stuff sorted out. Smeg45 Sep 4, , 2: I've been looking this driver on the Asus site to no avail. However, they seem to be available on the Intel site here: Maybe I'm just not looking at the right things. Thanks, Smeg, this might be getting closer to the solution. I am pretty sure that 7 series is NOT X I am pretty sure that it only covers H77, Z77, and similar boards meant to hold Ivy Bridge chips.
Not that the specified update won't work, it might. However, it is definitely not designed for X If he installs it on his X79 system, it could do bad things for his OS. X79 is the "7" series chipset as far as I can tell. Raiddinn Sep 4, , We are still here, btw. You can stick around in here and we can keep working through this stuff till it is all sorted.
Best answer selected by jpatth. I realize this may be a little late, but I wanted to make a quick reply if there are any out there that have the same question. The MEI driver is actually located in the "chipset" category for the asus site. It can be a little hidden because it is under the board chipset, and makes you think twice before looking since old installs are dsiplayed below the top-most current one.
There is also an MEI firmware update under the "firmware" category and this can only be applied once you have the MEI driver installed. I have the asus p8zv pro board myself. Also, related to this blunder, there are two usb drivers, one for Intel and one for Asmedia, and the same goes for SATA. Installing both should remove the device manager issue with the related items. Well, I had given up in exhaustion. But your reply motivated me to take another stab at solving this issue.
I took a look at the Asus site and I saw there was a new MEI driver with a later date than the one that originally repeatedly failed to install giving the error message as stated in my original post. So I gave it a go and Voila! At least I couldn't find it anywhere.
So the whole problem costing us all this time and effort was an incorrect MEI driver posted by Asus. And in a way I'm glad I gave up as no amount of trial and error would have solved that. Thanks, avolkov, and best regards. Hey guys I'm having the exact same issue. I fixed the pci simple communications error but not the waking issue from sleep mode.
I've already found that it was the same thing waking the computer. Ask a new question. Asus Communications Devices Motherboards. Driver for pci simple communications controller for xp Pci simple communications controller driver for windows xp Free download pci simple communications controller driver for windows 7 Pci simple communications controller driver for window 7 free download Pci simple communications controller driver for xp free download.
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I have a lenovo W that I brought recently. It works really well but it took me hours to find the driver for the Base System issue. Although my base system issue is resolved. Microsoft Windows 10 Pro, 64 bit Processor: Windows Defender, Enabled and Updated. The latest version I could find for the ThinkPad W is version 7. The W's Intel Management Engine is v