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Solved: Intel(R) 82801GBM (ICH7-M) LPC Interface Controller - 27B9"

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by plschwartz, Jul 10, 2008.

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  1. plschwartz

    plschwartz Thread Starter

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    on a levono r60 junked vista and installed a site licensed copy of good ole xp:)
    Finding drivers was an interesting experience.
    Finally down to the last yellow ? for unknown hardware.
    Got to find out it is for Intel(R) 82801GBM (ICH7-M) LPC Interface Controller - 27B9"

    Whatever that does. But so far no driver explicitly for r60 or Levono
    Pls help
     
  2. win2kpro

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    Did Lenovo not have a chipset driver listed for your machine?

    The numbers you list indicate that this is the component driver for the Mobile Intel® 945GM Express Chipset.

    Go here; http://www.intel.com/products/notebook/chipsets/945gm/945gm-overview.htm

    scroll down and you will see it listed at the bottom of the page.

    Scroll back up and click on Support which will direct you to this page;

    http://www.intel.com/support/chipsets/sb/CS-022034.htm

    Go to the middle of this page and you will see the Mobile Intel® 945GM Express Chipset
    listed under Driver Downloads.

    Under Intel® Chipset Software Installation Utility click on the download for the
    Mobile Intel® 945GM Express Chipset.

    In the next Window that opens select your operating system from the dropdown box and click on GO.

    In the next Window that opens download driver #2 (INF Update Utility) to your desktop, then install the driver.
     
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  4. plschwartz

    plschwartz Thread Starter

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    win2kpro
    tried what you suggested no dice. But then I noticed another reference starting with ACPI\atm1200 and googled it. Turned out it was the Atmel TPM chip that nedded the driver.
    Now my yellow ?'s are all gone and I can continue with my life

    Thanks for your help
     
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