Yes, I have. Actually I found two different ones on Intel's (infinst911autol and infinst911_autol). Have already tried both.
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1. Reboot system.
2. During POST, press F2 to Enter the BIOS Setup Utility.
3. Go to Power >> Disable Intel ® Quick Resume Technology.
4. Press F10 to save and exit from BIOS.
5. Check the Device Manager if the yellow bang is still there
Otherwise, Try these drivers;
TPM Driver also
All the best,
Create a shortcut and add -overall at the end of the target file.
You were right on the spot on the Quick Resume; that got rid of the "Unknown Device". Thank you.
As for the drivers, either one could be installed as they are not for the W7. I then disabled "Secondary SATA controller" on the BIOS and got rid of the other yellow bang. It is a Marvell Controller and I dont use it anyways.
I did that before; but just today I realized the problem had to be on the secondary SATA controller. Problem is fixed for now and I believe I have seen the Marvell driver someone here at Intel's. I appreciate your help.
I realize my question is a bit off the subject of this post, but you seem to be an expert with this board. Why you suggested installing the LAN drivers for win200. I have win7 installed with this board and have had consistant blue screens that point to e1e6032e.sys (which is the LAN driver v. 188.8.131.52). Do you know somethign that i do not know by runnign the older driver? Any suggestions on what could give me the bug check blue screns?
I read on a readme for the the proWin7x64 drivers (v15.0) that the nic on this board does not support jumbo frames (and a specific note said that if they are enabled it could cause system instability and bug checks), unfortunatly there is no way to ensure they are disabled becuase the option does not show up in the device manager.
I have fought this protblem since i upgraded to win7 in oct so any suggestions are greatly appreciated.