02-17-2008 10:57 AM
Also installed Realteck HD Audio driver for XP Pro, but there is no sound.
What is this "PCI Device", if it's sound , why then it doesnt work?
Non of drivers at dx7300m download page help me to solve the problem.
02-17-2008 07:56 PM
You need to install the chipset driver first then the UAA as indicated by Steven then the Realtek audio driver.
If the unknown PCI device is not the audio it may be the HECI driver.
Hope this helps.
02-18-2008 10:58 AM
- Install Chipset sp36714
- Intel Host Embeded Controller sp34743
- UAA sp32395
- Realtek HD Audio Driver sp34030
But it still says:
Problem Device: PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_284B&SUBSYS_2800103C&REV_02\3&B1B
Error code:"The device is not configured correctly." Code 1
Code 28 "Driver missing"
From here http://www.pcidatabase.com/vendor_details.php?id=1
I have same problem with my other PC MSI. Brand new installed XP Pro, loaded drivers from factory driver disc, but unfortunately "PCI Device" can't automatically detect driver from disk.
What can be the proble?
Do I need to format the drive and start everything from very beginning?
I didn't update BIOS, can it be related with this. Really I'm in deep shock.
Usefull system information:
XP Proffessional SP3 v.3244 Build 2600
HP Compaq dx 7300 Microtower
x86 Family 15 Model 4 Stepping 9 Genuine Intel 3192MHz
BIOS HP 786E1 v01.05, 30.8.2006
Intel Q965/Q963 Express Chipset
Sound Device: none
Processor: Intel Pentium 4HT CPU 3.20GHz
02-20-2008 07:58 AM
Are you running XP SP2 or a previous service pack version? I believe there is a different version of the UAA QFE for pre-SP2 installations of XP.
I am an HP Employee.
02-20-2008 08:19 AM
load UAA first (KB888111):
Sometimes you have to remove both the UAA driver and the audio driver, reboot, then reload them again .
HP instructions state:
install the Microsoft Universal Audio Architecture (UAA) driver before
installing the Realtek driver. The Microsoft UAA driver provides the necessary
support for the high definition (HD) audio bus used by the Realtek HD audio
If there are any Yellow marks in the Device manager:
In XP, you can look up the device name in the device manager.
Control Panel > System (icon) > hardware (tab) > Device Manager
If there is a yellow mark right click it, select Properties, Details tab...
You Will find a string like this one:
copy and paste the entire string ....
VEN_ is the vendor and DEV_ is the device model number ...
with that string we can get you the proper driver.
say thanks with HP POINTS
04-15-2008 06:03 AM
please help me as soon as possible
04-16-2008 10:50 AM
Found out that it is caused by the Realtek onboard audiosystem. Windows XP professional with service pack 2 needs an upgrade/patch named kb888111. Install that patch - reboot and install the audiodriver - and the unknown PCI device is gone (and your audio works!!)