Put my computer into a new case and now a little problem?

By ingeborgdot
Dec 5, 2007
  1. I put my part of my one computer into a new case so I could make room for a new computer but I have a little problem now. All I did was to take all my parts out of my one case which I will be putting new parts in and put them into my new case and in my device manager now I have an exclamation mark in other devices and it says pci device. I did not put any new parts in I just had to take them out to move the mobod etc. The only thing I have in a pci slot is an audigy 2 zs gamer which has not caused me any problems before. It works great and everything seems to be fine. I have xp pro with an amd 4400+ along with and ati 2600xt.
    Anyone seen this before?
  2. Daveskater

    Daveskater Banned Posts: 1,687

    Is there a PCI device that this could relate to? I.e. do you have another PCI device that this could be?

    IF there is then it's possible that it got damaged when it was being moved to the other case.
  3. ingeborgdot

    ingeborgdot TechSpot Paladin Topic Starter Posts: 434

    The only pci device is the soundcard and it is working fine. I don't know for sure what happened.

    HD_START TS Rookie

    You can go to that unknown device properties, and under "Details" tab, copy down the "Device Instance Id" and post it here.
  5. ingeborgdot

    ingeborgdot TechSpot Paladin Topic Starter Posts: 434

    Here it is.

    HD_START TS Rookie

    in device manager, under "sound, video and game controllers", expand it. What kind of devices listed there?

    I'm suspecting the unknown device is build in audio from the ATI 2600XT. if you have your video card driver CD handy, you can try reinstall the driver again.
  7. Daveskater

    Daveskater Banned Posts: 1,687

    If you don't have the CD for your graphics card, go to the ATI website and download drivers form there, then you will know that you have the latest version.
  8. technicalfury42

    technicalfury42 Banned Posts: 62

    Did you move the sound card from one pci slot to another on the motherboard when you moved the parts?
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