Yes, it was the first I installed after OS.
Should I try to reinstall it again over the original one? It will mess my registry if I do so? (I intend to used it as an Avid Media Composer workstation, so any unneccesary load to the registry is to be highly avoided.)
A small clarification for the device:
- in General tab (first tab) it says Location: "on ICH10R LPC Interface Controller -3A16"
- in Details tab (third tab) for Device Instance Id the value is: "ACPI\PNP0C31\4&2BC541BA&0"
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Thank you for the question. And Edward, thanks for helping out on this question.
Okay, as far as i remember, this device id is not related to the board chipset driver. Since this board was like a replacement to the S5000XVN workstation board, i remembered that the board had a Trusted Platforma Module TPM.
Hence the driver for TPM needs to be installed.
I am pretty sure both boards XVN and S5000SC use the same TPM STMicroelectronics.
If you are using windows xp 32 bits, enable the TPM in the bios and then install the TPM driver. If you dont need TPM, you can then disable the TPM in the bios later on after having installed the driver.
I think for 64 bits, you can install driver straight away, there is no need to enable in the bios first.
Try it and let us know how it goes.
More information on the TPM can be found here
All the best,