What can it be? I managed to successfully download and install most of its drivers, but still, a “PCI Device” appears under “other devices” in the device manager. That should at least tell you what kind of device it is and where its located on your system. Go to the device you want to find the hardware ID from. Thinkpad E connected but not charging. Press the star on the left to thank them with a Kudo!
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Search for that in the internet or use a site like http: First of all, you need to find the Hardware ID of the device for which you need the drivers.
Then the top google results gives me a good indication what the drivers are for. Forums Knowledge Base Blogs. The first ppci will always indicate the manufacturer.
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I managed to successfully download and install most of its drivers, but still, a “PCI Device” appears under “other devices” in the device manager. Nikola Dimitrijevic 3, 13 Sign up using Pc. To start the device manager either go to [start] [run] and type devmgmt.
That should at least tell you what kind of device it is and where its located on your system. The only problem is, that in the device manager it shows that i did not installed that pci device. Follow LenovoForums on Twitter!
Right click on it and select “properties”. It is similar in XP. What could it be? Our commitment to the environment Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product lsnovo and recycling solutions.
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Value is “PCI Device”: Press the star on the left to thank them with a Kudo! I’ve seen the same issue with pc Think Pad Edge users more than once, and it’s always the Realtek Card reader driver: Once you have the properties Window, Click on the details tab. I have just performed a fresh installation of Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit on my lenovo e laptop.
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