01-10-2009 07:33 AM
I have a small factor dc7900 xp professional operating system. I have re formatted the machine and got most drivers. There are two in device manager:
pci simple controller
pci serial port
these are device codes in signed devices msinfo32 system information.
I have been on the web site, down loaded most drivers but some reason this issue is still here! i have read other threads an tried what they have said but the links when trying to download the file that has worked for others a message states system doesnt reach minimun requirments!
Please help scott
01-10-2009 06:02 PM
I suspect that the chipset driver will solve both problems. The drivers are here:
If the chipset driver does not solve both problems the Simple Communication Controller is the soft modem.
Hope this helps.
01-11-2009 06:55 AM
What do you mean the controller is just a soft modem? as in internet connection modem?
Please advise futher many thanks scott
01-12-2009 07:07 AM
These are most likely the Intel Active Client Manager HECI Device:
And the Intel AMT LMS/SOL device:
Hope this helps,
04-15-2009 03:31 AM
Found this thread searching for the correct drivers to solve the code 28 warnings concerning 2 devices (1) PCI Serial Port and (2) PCI Simple Communications Controller.
I also have the dc7900 CMT running Window7 Ultimate 64-bit.
Have already installed the chipset (assuming the 64-bit Vista option would work), and am hoping that you can verify which drivers I should try.
04-16-2009 02:34 AM
Have installed the drivers from your previous post.
Install process yielded a few warnings that the OS was not supported (Windows 7 Utlimate 6bit), though the drivers did install.
Status: The code 28 warnings for the 2 devices are now gone, as well as the original listings for these devices. That is, there is no longer a (1) PCI Serial Port or (2) PCI Simple Communications Controller listed in the Device Manager. Driver install added an INTEL AMT management and security utility that I don't see the purpose of.
In conclusion: Not sure this was a good solution, or recommendable for other users.
04-16-2009 05:42 AM
The other device can found under Serial ports: Intel's remote assistance SOL device.
If loading the appropriate drivers is not the correct solution, then I can't imagine what is.
04-16-2009 09:21 PM
I have installed both the AMT SOL & HECI drivers.
Do the driver installs need to be done in any particular order?
04-16-2009 09:46 PM
04-16-2009 10:40 PM
Thanks for the tip on the new location of these devices under ports.
And, thanks for the help otherwise. The only reason I expressed a bit of doubt about this as a solution for other users with the same OS (Windows 7 - 64bit) is because of the "unsupported" messages I received upon installing them â though I do hope they were "the appropriate drivers" as you say.
08-27-2009 05:42 PM
I got a DC7900 model with running on Windows Server 2003 Standard. There are 2 device i can't find the drivers. Is there any suitable driver for it under Windows Server 2003?
PCI Simple Communication Controller
PCI Serial Port