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Windows 7: Driver Help

02 Mar 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Driver Help

i'm seeing a device in device manager that i dont know about
ive read the forums through and i cant seem to find out what i have here
i know i have a built in nVidia chipset but i dont know what driver to install or where to get it..

ive checked on some threads and thought that this might help out


any help will be greatly appreciated

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02 Mar 2011   #2
Orbital Shark


Hi, welcome to the forums :)

If you download CPUZ it may be able to give more details about your chipset. What is the make & model of your machine?

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02 Mar 2011   #3

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02 Mar 2011   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

I posted most of the things i know or what i think you guys would need to help me out
I should tell you that when i Installed windows 7 i no longer had to install the drivers for my motherboard cause when i checked the device manager it only already showed the " Coprocessor" as the other device
I have an EMX-MCP61D3-iCafe motherboard for now im just using the built-in graphics chipsets showing as Nvidia Geforce 7025

hope this helps
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02 Mar 2011   #5
Microsoft MVP

Win 7 Ultimate x64

This will do as well as any for the specs on that motherboard,

EMX-MCP61D3-iCafe AM3 NV GF6150SE 256MB support

What you need is this,


Do a custom install and do not install the following,

Network Management Tools (v73.16) "Sedona"
RAIDTOOL Application (v11.1.0.30)
GPU Driver (v190.38) WHQL
Physx (v9.09.0428)

That will sort any missing chipset drivers. For the onboard video (based on the specs of that motherboard is being mis-identified) you can use the one in the above or go with a slightly newer version. It is supported in the latest Nvidia video driver but I would tend to go with one a bit older, something like this one,

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04 Mar 2011   #6

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Thank you very much Stormy i had tried installing the " NVIDIA DRIVERS 197.45 WHQL " that u had suggested but it seems that the coprocessor is still there.
When i installed the driver thought it had not given me the option do a custom install

I had tried to go to the Nvidia website itself to install the latest one it had listed on their site but to no avail -- probably the reason why it had not asked me to do the customer install if it saw the drivers as the current ones
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04 Mar 2011   #7

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit

From the hardware IDs you posted, the device is "NVIDIA nForce System Management Controller".

You can use this site: PCI Vendor and Device Lists.

To use this site: you can use one of two pieces of information from a hardware id. I'll use yours for example "CI\VEN_10DE&DEV_03F4&SUBSYS_00000000&REV_A2"

Where it says "VEN_10DE", this tells you what the vendor (manufacturer) of the device is and "DEV_03F4" tells you what particular device is. Most hardware IDs follow this format and usually you want the number following Dev_ and input that in the Device Id box on that website I linked.

The site doesn't help supply a driver but at the very least will pinpoint what you need to search for. In most cases you should able to google the device and find the driver (usually from either the manufacturer or reputable forum).

Quick google and a link to nvidia forums (nVidia nForce system management controller - NVIDIA Forums), seems the device is linked to network drivers.

Quick look at nvidia's site points to 15.49 that some have already linked: NVIDIA DRIVERS 15.49 WHQL

A poster in that nvidia forum said this driver worked him NVIDIA nForce System Management Controller - Free software downloads and software reviews - CNET you could try that.
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