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Thread: Satellite A100-926: unknown device bus pci7; device:6; function: 3

  1. Satellite A100-926: unknown device bus pci7; device:6; function: 3
    #1
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    Hi everybody,

    I've got a A100-926, in device management it show me that there's an unknown pci device at bus 7; function 3, but there's no way to know what is it and how I can install it because if I push reinstall driver it can't find the right one onto the toshiba tool cd.

    I don't know if it's related to this but in some application the button delete must me pushed for more than a second to work :-(
    Is there anyone that can help me?

    thanks

  2. Re: Satellite A100-926: unknown device bus pci7; device:6; function: 3
    #2
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    Did you reinstall the operating system on your notebook?

    Usually the notebook is delivered the Toshiba image and there should be unknown devices in the device manager…

    In the forum some guys have placed the link to the very useful Toshiba document.
    It described how to identify the unknown devices.
    http://support.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB57014E000QR01.htm

    Maybe it will help you to find out what device it is.
    Then you can download the right driver from the Toshiba page…

  3. Re: Satellite A100-926: unknown device bus pci7; device:6; function: 3
    #3
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    I reinstalled win xp pro and installed all the driver from the tool cd
    I tried the link but the only thing I have found out it's that vendor is 104c (I think texas instrument) and device is 803c (unknown....)
    Other suggestion?
    Thanks

  4. Re: Satellite A100-926: unknown device bus pci7; device:6; function: 3
    #4
    Did you connect any external devices to the notebook???
    If yes, you need an 3rd party driver…

    I don’t know what device driver is missing but if you have tested all drivers from the Toshiba driver page and the unknown device persists then the Recovery CD is a last solution…
    The Recovery CD sets the notebook back to the factory setting and every device should be recognized…

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