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    Default sm bus controler driver needed

    hey i recently reformated my whole s170 80 gig hd. I reloded with a clean copy of retail win xp pro and then downloaded all the drivers from sony site. Works fine, no need for recovery disks. But there were a few nice progams on the recovery disk like the power management and stuff so i installed thoes. Now i have one problem, in my device manager i see a exclamation next to SM Bus Controller. What is this and where can i get the driver for it? I have the recovery cds but i deleted the "hidden" sony partition.

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    Did you try install intel chipset with newest version.

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    Ok nevermind that, i found it on intels site, thx alot. O and do you know why this driver wasnt on the recovery cds?

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    quote:
    Originally posted by pgkool
    [br]Ok nevermind that, i found it on intels site, thx alot. O and do you know why this driver wasnt on the recovery cds?



    I dont know why but I think this driver is on system recovery cds.

    Anh Nguyen.

    Notebook: Sony PCG-X505P, 1394 DVD-RW (PCGA-DVRW1).
    Desktop: D865GBF, 2.6G-HT, 2x256M, 2x73.4G Raid 0, 18.1" Sony S81R/B LCD, A2ZS Pro, DVD-ROM.

 

 

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