Unknown Device PCI Standard ISA Driver. "I had a bad virus in my comp. ". In most cases these days, the malware wasn't a virus - it was something else. There is even malware that isn't actually malware - it's crap installed by the makers of "rogue" anti-malware software - your computer appears to be severly infected, but the symptoms are FAKED - no actual harm has been done.
Their aim is to get you to buy their program - you can download their software and scan for free, but you have to buy the progam to get rid of what it finds - most of, if not all of, what is finds was installed by crap made by the same anti-malware software maker. Most major anti-malware programs can't find the crap that was installed, or if they do, they can't get rid of all of what was installed. In that case, you use anti-malware software that specializes in getting rid of that - e.
The PCI standard ISA bridge component provides support for a PCI This component supplies the Plug and Play ISA/EISA bus driver in the.
- Operating System: Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600) Service Pack 3 ( 2600.xpsp_sp3_qfe.080423-1303). Name: VIA Standard PCI to ISA Bridge.
- DCD/CD-ROM drivers -Microsoft System managment BIOs driver - PCI bus - PCI standart ISA bridge - PCI standart PCI -to- PCI bridge. Для получения работоспособного под XP порта IEEE1394 (Firewire) я делал откат.
- But when I go into my device manager I have a yellow question mark on " Unknown device / PCI Standard ISA Bridge, Driver not installed".
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running Malwarebytes usually cures the problem, because they specialize in getting rid of that crap. What did you do a clean install with. This model came with (XP) MCE 2005 SP2 on it. You can't restore the original operating system with an XP Home or an XP Pro CD.
"Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 with Update Rollup 2. Microsoft Service Pack 2". "Recovery CD's One Year (recommend use of CD Creator to make CD set)". That probably indicates your model came with no Recovery disk set, and you're supposed to use the CD Creator program provided by HP/Compaq to make the set of Recovery CDs for the model while Windows is working fine.
If you had made and used that Recovery CD set, you would probably not have the problem you're having. If you didn't make that set, you may need to order the. xp mce sp2 64naemrea3 + supp 2 recovery kit. https://warp2.
external. hp. com/driver/dr_country_select. asp?Product=5092-6012&lang=en&cc=us. Typically it will cost you less than about $50 including shipping. The unknown device may be a leftover. Try RIGHT clicking on the entry in Device Manager and Un-installing it, reboot, see if it has gone away.
If it that doesn't help have you installed anything in a slot that didn't come with the system. If you haven't, you must install the ATI Chipset drivers listed here:.