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SCCM_caveman
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Unknown PCI device VEN_8086&DEV_9A0D on Probook 640 G8

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HP Probook 640 G8
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Hello all !

I have a new standard notebook model in hand : a HP Probook 640 G8. Right now I managed to generate it with SCCM and the driver package / driver automation tool, Windows LTSC 2019 x64. But there's  one driver missing : "PCI data acquisition and signal processing controller" 

The device ID numbers are VEN_8086&DEV_9A0D. I found some sources saying that it is an "Intel Telemetry Aggregator"  or "Intel Telemetry services" but I did not find any driver fot this on a serious site (I mean hp.com or intel.com).

Did somebody solve this problem ? I really do not like to leave a question mark in the Device Manager ... too many questions ahead from my colleagues and users ...

Thanks in advance !

 

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Hello

 

 Windows LTSC 2019 x64 is based on Windows 1809. I found this information here 

 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/whats-new/ltsc/whats-new-windows-10-2019

 

WIndows 1809 is not supported by Intel so probaly now driver exist.

640 G8 has Intel Core 11th gen. these CPUs are not supported with WIndows 1809.

Sorry you have to update the OS at least to 1903 or continue to use older computer with LTSC 2019 or wait for next version of LTSC supporting new hardware. so far microsoft didn't announced a new LTSC kerbnal version. 

 

bye

 

 

 

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Thanks for answering.

Alas, you're perfectly right. There is no official support for LTSC 2019 Enterprise on the Probook G8. 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/design/minimum/windows-processor-requirements

 

I can be happy to only have one minor driver missing !

 

Sooooo a new migration is ahead of me, when the 21H2 will be out. I've already been forced to upgrade to 2019 when Intel stopped developing drivers for LTSB 2016 2 years ago ... "long term support" is definitely a very relative notion 🙄

 

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