Assuming that you are using the DG33TL motherboard, make sure that you have installed all the drivers in the correct order.
Always install the Chipset drivers first, then the audio and then the remaining.
Make sure you installed all the required drivers.
If you have any other components attached to the motherboard,make sure that you have installed their appropriate drivers, if required.
Hope this will be useful.
That is a driver called Intel(R) Management Engine Interface part of that soft: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=18281&lang=eng&OSVersion=Windows%207%20%2864-bit%29*&DownloadType=
Bad Robot wrote:
That is a driver called Intel(R) Management Engine Interface
Exactly although the correct link ifor this specific board (DG33TL - there's no such thing as a DT33TL) is the Intel ME driver. Note that this board has 'as-is' support for Win 7 due to it's discontinued status as seen here so where you have to use Vista drivers, they MAY not work exactly as expected or you may have to use compatibility mode to get them to even install.
(That's assuming the OP even has this board still - just noticed the date on the post )
The date on the post does not matter. Many people like me will be interested because they will have this problem with that missing Device Instance Path.
I've also had the problem with my DG45ID when I once forgot to install the ME drivers for my board - probably not relevant to the OP anymore though as if the board hasn't been sold by now, the issue will have likely been spotted and resolved long ago.