11-25-2013 02:29 PM
As I understand it you require a driver to get the last of your PCI devices installed. In order to get you the information I would encourage you to post your product number for your computer. I am linking an HP Support document below that will show you how to find your product number. As well, if you could indicate which operating system you are using. And whether your operating system is 32-bit or 64-bit as with this and the product number we can provide you with accurate information on which drivers to recommend.
How Do I Find My Model Number or Product Number?
Which Windows operating system am I running?
Is the Windows Version on My Computer 32-bit or 64-bit?
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12-20-2013 09:02 AM
Welcome to the HP Forums! I did some research and believe that I have found the driver for you and it is a Bluetooth driver.
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01-05-2014 12:46 PM
I have a hp pavilion g6-1156se PC notebook. I installed all the drivers but the PCI Device at Device manager is unknown. I don't know whitch program I should install to fix this problem. I want to know if I don't install it, it will cause a problem or no?
01-26-2014 06:20 AM
I have a Hp pavilion 15 e084ca. I loaded Window 7 home premium on it after i decided I didnt like Windows 8. I am now missing PCI Device drivers and and unknown device. Both under the "other devices" tab.
hardware id for pci device is:
unknown device is:
pulling hair out that I cant afford to lose. Any help is appreciated.
04-24-2014 01:08 PM
Greetings to all,
I am the author of PCI-Z, freeware lightweight system utility designed to provide information about (unknown) PCI (plus PCI-E aka PCIe, PCI-X...) devices and helps you find appropriate device drivers.
PCI-Z is designed for detecting unknown hardware on your Windows based PC. It will help you determine vendor, device and certain details about device even if you don't have drivers installed. Software uses The PCI ID Repository, a public repository of all known ID's used in PCI devices: ID's of vendors, devices, subsystems and device classes. It is used in various programs (e.g. The PCI Utilities) to display full human-readable names instead of cryptic numeric codes.
You can find drivers for your operating system without a problem! Find drivers for your WiFi cards, audio cards, network cards or any other PCI peripheral.
So, basically, it pretty much resembles lspci on *nix, while providing both GUI and CLI.
The author of CPU-Z has granted me permission to use a name similar to his product. Thanks Franck!
So, to sum it up, software if 100% portable freeware without any malware/adware, site is also ad free and I hope you will enjoy and find this little tool useful.
So basically, whenever you encounter issues with devices for which you cannot locate drivers yourself, you run PCI-Z and get the output where you can simply copy real device name and search for appropriate drivers yourself!
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