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Unbind a driver from PCIe device on windows

To unbind a driver from the device on Linux, we can use echo 0000:00:dev > /sys/bus.../unbind. This just unbinds the driver from device and we don't need to uninstall the entire driver. I want to ...
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Install PCI-E SATA driver on unbootable Windows XP

My SATA controller on motherboard died. I've pluged a SATA controller on PCI-E. BIOS recognizes it just fine, boots from it, but Windows XP, I assume, lacks drivers for such a controller and reboots. ...
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Serial PCIE not detected?

I have a "Moschip PCIe 9922 Multi-I/O Controller" 2x serial PCI-E card that I'm trying to get working on Ubuntu 13.04. lspci shows the controllers fine, but "dmesg | grep tty" isn't showing them. $ ...
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How can I get multiple SYBA SI-PEX40057 (Marvell 88SE9230-based) SATA cards to play nice?

I've built a storage server using: Supermicro X9SCM-F motherboard Three Syba SI-PEX40057 PCIe SATA cards Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS All twelve ports on the cards are populated with storage drives, as ...
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My computers startup got slow after changing the PCIe which my graphic card was installed

I recently found that that i had my graphic card installed on the wrong PCIe. Instead of using the 16x one (for Express 3.0) i was using the 8x one. So i just unplugged my graphic card from the 8x and ...
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Pcie x16 slot 2 broken?

So basicallly, I got a brand new px8z77-pro motherboard. All the pcie slots work appart from slot 2. Im trying to run Sli with my two gtx 680 and due to this problem, I am not able to. My power ...
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Installing usb3 card on asus m2v motherboard

I have an ASUS M2V motherboard. I purchased a Transcend PCI Express card and plugged it into the PCIe x1 port that was available. After doing so, Windows XP doesn't pick it up at all. When started ...
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What is “intel 945g pci express root port 2771”?

I find that entry in the memory allocation list of my computer (Workstation -> Device Manager -> View -> Resource by Type). It takes up 256MB of RAM and I'm wondering what's it good for.