PCI Standard Host CPU Bridge driver needed

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  1. CAGW

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    Hi guys.

    i’ve been having some BSOD probs... and i’m told the first thing to do is update ALL my drivers.

    i’ve managed to do this, with the exception of one driver. It’s a driver for ‘PCI Standard Host CPU Bridge’.

    does anyone know where i can download the latest version of this driver? the version i have is 6.1.7601.17514 - which is dated 21.6.2006. i can't find anywhere where i can download a newer version of this for win 7 64 bit.

    Some spec info (more in my profile):

    Dell Inspiron 1764 Laptop
    64 Bit Windows 7 Home Premium (SP1)
    Intel Core i5 2.27 GHz
    4 GB RAM
    Motherboard: Dell 0TKV96
    BIOS: Dell A13 (released 29.3.11)

    i would really appreciate any help on this. I’m sure someone else must have had this issue – as i’m not the only win 7 64 bit user to ever update all their drivers.
    I asked this question on http://www.sevenforums.com and got literally no help at all... so like i say, it would be appreciated!
     
  2. nmsuk

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    That a standard Microsoft driver, I have the same driver version so I wouldn't worry about it as that's the correct version.
     
  3. CAGW

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    thanks for the reply.

    the reason i thought it was out of date is cos i downloaded Driver Detective - and that program told me it needed updating.
     
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    oh never use those driver detective things they cause way more trouble than they can ever solve. Are you still getting BSODs?
     
  5. CAGW

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    yeah i am. they come with the message 'BUGCODE_USB_DRIVER'.

    i reinstalled windows and i'm still getting them, so i guess it's a hardware issue. do you have any idea which piece of hardware would cause it?
     
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    Can you post your minidumps and ill have a look through them for you.
     
  7. CAGW

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    the minidumps are attached. as i said, i only just reinstalled windows so there are only 3 of them!

    also - the latest one of the three came with a different message: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL.

    however, all other bsods before and after the reinstall have carried the message BUGCODE_USB_DRIVER.

    thanks again for your help
     

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    One bsod was caused by ntokernel.exe the rest though are usb related. What usb devices are you using. Can you remove them and then ad them back one at a time to see if we can trace which ones doing this.
     
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    the only ones ive used since the reinstall are my standalone hard drive, a memory stick, and my mouse.

    how do i remove a usb device?
     
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    Try running the machine without the usb standalone HDD ad usb stick for awhile and see if that helps. I doubt it's the mouse but I definitely think it's the hard disk. Whilst checking online most of the results I found pointed to a USB HDD being the problem.
     
  11. CAGW

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    thanks, i will try that.

    i should point out that i don't have the external drive / mem stick plugged in on a regular basis - they are only plugged in when i need to back something up.

    so the bsods happen when they are not plugged in. only the mouse is plugged in when bsods occur.

    so i guess im wondering if a usb device can cause bsod even when it's not actually plugged in?
     
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    As this is happening with only the mouse plugged in do have a different mouse you can try and if it still does it, I'd say it's problem with the usb port your using. You could also try using a different port for the mouse as a quick test.
     
  13. CAGW

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    i dont have another mouse, but i will try using the mouse in a different port and see what happens. thanks so much for your help on this one, i'll report back with the results
     
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    I'm having a similar issue if anyone could help
     

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