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Right click on it, select properties, select the Details tab then make sure "Device Instance Id" is selected from the drop-down menu. Make a note of this long string of characters and try googling it, for example my NVIDIA Network Bus Enumerator has an ID of PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0057&SUBSYS_CB8410DE&REV_A3\3&2411E6FE&0&50, which is identified in the third result from Google. If the whole string doesn't work, try chopping bits of it off until you get a result, like try checking the bits in between the backslashes
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I don't know what it is, but heres one description I could find (I wouldn't download it, It could even be unrelated.. haha)
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Posted 28 April 2007 - 02:11
I also just installed Vista without as far as I know, without any installation errors. I then made the mistake of trying to see if Vista would recognize my Epson Scanner which it wouldn't do because of no Vista driver support for it from Epson.
After blowing out of that installation attempt, I started getting this "PCI Simple Communcations Controller" error with a "?" mark in Device Manager.
I tried reverting to the Vista installation before I messed around with the scanner, but still get the error message. Re the above file, I tried that without success also. I tried running the file and also pointing Vista to it without success.
FWIW, in device manager, I do not see a "modem" listed even though I have a PCI modem in the computer.
Although at this time, this error doesn't seem to effect me much, I HATE to see error messages pop up and would like for fix this problem very much if possible