Hmm, I think those are all chipset components.
Try this one
P.S. I have no idea what the problem your having with the Processor Identification tool is.
You might give CPUz a try and see if it can determine the processor information.http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html
OK, That is strange. I highlighted a couple items below that could be an issue, but it would be very strange if they were.
I Just started the download on my home system and all went well (mine is a different chickage also)
Make sure your running the update from the directory where you extracted the files.
You can try extracting the ZIP to a folder called CHIP and then open a CMD window to running the setup.
Navagate to the directory
Should load all the newest drivers out of this package.
will extract all the files to the C:\Program Files\Intel\InfInst folder where you can manually point each indiviual device to the driver.
* 2. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
1. Please refer to the Release Notes to view the list of
chipsets that the software included with this distribution
package is designed to operate with.
2. One of the following operating systems must be
fully installed and running on the system
before installing this software:
Microsoft Windows* Server 2003
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition*
Microsoft Windows Server 2008
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 x64
Microsoft Windows XP
Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64
Microsoft Windows 2000
Microsoft Windows Vista
Microsoft Windows Vista x64
Microsoft Windows 7
Microsoft Windows 7 x64
Microsoft Windows 2008 R2
Microsoft Windows 2008 R2 x64
This software is designed for the latest Service packs
releases of above operating systems.
To verify which operating system has been installed onto
the target system, follow the steps below:
a. Click on Start.
b. Select Settings.
c. Select Control Panel.
d. Double-click on the System icon.
e. Click on the General system properties tab.
f. Verify which OS has been installed by reading
the System information.
3. It is recommended that the software be installed on
systems with at least 64MB of system memory when using
Windows* 2000, Windows* XP, Windows Server* 2003,
Windows Server* 2008, and Windows* Vista.
4. It is recommended that there be a minimum of 5MB of hard
disk space on the system in order to install this software.
5. The operating system must be fully installed and running on
the system before running this software.
6. Close any running applications to avoid installation problems.
7. It is recommended that the Intel(R) Chipset Device Software
be installed onto the target system prior to the
installation of other drivers.
Thank you for the very informative reply...
The drivers installed successfully.
I re-booted the machine. It shows the drivers that are required are still not installed.
The ones required are:
PCI Simple Communications Controller
PCI Serial Port
Once you get the chipset drivers installed, the OS can now detect everything else in the system.
Do you know the mother board make and model?
Any add in cards make & model?
The vendor likely posts all the drivers on their support web site which save you having to search for them.
Method 2 is to look in the device manager - proprieties- details tab for the PCI\VEN string.
Should be something like this. PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_10A7&SUBSYS_34E28086&REV_02\4&6B0C539&0&0108
Sites such as http://www.pcidatabase.com/ allow you to enter the PCI\VEN (8086 in this case is Intel) and the DEV 10A7 (82575EB Gigabit Network)
Having specifically identified the component, a quick search on the vendors support site usually yields the driver for the device.
Just looking at this list I am guessing but it appears to be:
Modem / multi function card
PCI Simple Communications Controller
PCI Serial Port
Thanks for your post.
The Chipset drivers have been installed. I have tried un- installing the unknown drivers, Re-booting and letting XP find them. It doesn't work. I have tried updating the drivers and pointing the wizard to c:\Windows\INF. It doesn't work. I have also tried pointing the wizard to C:\Intel\Chip\All where the chip set drivers are loaded. It doesn't work.
The computer is a Lenovo M90p 5498 I have tried finding the drivers on their web site at:
The only thing I haven't loaded is the RAID drivers. Because I don't want RAID.
I have a program that lists all the devices and identifies the ones that are unknown. It shows this to be unknown.
Intel(R) 82845 Processor to I/O Controller - 1A30 [UNKNOWN DEVICE]
Chip: Intel 82845/E/MP/MZ Chipset CPU to I/O Bridge
Intel(R) 82845 Processor to AGP Controller - 1A31 [UNKNOWN DEVICE]
Chip: Intel 82845/E/MP/MZ Chipset CPU to AGP Bridge
Intel(R) 82801BA LPC Interface Controller - 2440 [UNKNOWN DEVICE]
Chip: Intel 82801BA (ICH2) LPC Interface Controller
Intel(R) 82801BA/BAM SMBus Controller - 2443 [UNKNOWN DEVICE]
Chip: Intel 82801BA/BAM (ICH2/ICH2-M) SMBus Controller
Intel(R) 82801 PCI Bridge - 244E [UNKNOWN DEVICE]
Chip: Intel 82801 Family (ICH2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10/11,63xxESB) Hub Interface to PCI Bridge
When I go to http://www.pcidatabase.com/
and do a search on 8086 I don't see the correct one.
Does anyone know of a program that will find the drivers for unknown devices?
Give this one a try: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&ProdId=816&DwnldID=8178&ProductFamily=Chipsets&ProductLine=Chipset+Software&ProductProduct=Intel%c2%ae+Chipset+Software+Installation+Utility&lang=eng#help
Looks like it contains all the drivers you have listed.
Changing from what to SATA?
If you loaded the OS in AHCI mode (which is the best choice) changing to any other SATA mode will make the OS non-accessible.
I have never had any luck getting the SATA mode to change after the fact.
Rumor has it you can manually place the drivers in the correct Window directories before switching modes and then the OS will find them on restart, but I have always done clean installs in the SATA mode I wish to use.
The new drivers should all be installed now,