VivoBook S200e/X202e

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edited May 15 in VivoBook

Hello,

just got older Asus VivoBook S200E-C158H for free, used but looks as new.

Changed HDD to Samsung SSD, installed fresh clean Windows 10 (*), everything is updated, BIOS is updated, but there are two devices with yellow exclamation mark in device manager:

PCI Data Acquisition and Signal Processing Controller, which says - There are no compatibile driver for this device

and

Intel(R) Management Engine Interface, which says - This device cannot start. (Code 10) STATUS_DEVICE_POWER_FAILURE

I have already tried almost every possible driver from Intel or Asus on Internet, nothing helped.


Any help how to solve this?


(*) There was W10 updated from original W8 when i got it.


Thanks

Comments

  • tell me the device hardware ID of yellow mark device.

    to solve this you need install chipset driver .

    I want to know , which model and make of processor is embedded in your laptop

  • CacheCache Level 1
    edited April 14

    It should be Intel HM76 Express.

    As i said, i have already tried all drivers from asus page, and also from intel page, also intel driver assistant and few other sources - for example on driveridentifier.com:

    For PCI Data Acquisition and Signal Processing Controller - DPTF_V8210900330.zip from Asus, but didn't work - driver was installed and accepted, but in Event Viewer crashed every boot.

    For Intel(R) Management Engine Interface - ME_Consumer_Win8.1_10_11.0.6.1194.zip from Intel, but didn't work - driver was installed and accepted, but yellow exclamation mark and same error persisted.


    But i have now noted something and tryied another shot!


    For PCI Data Acquisition and Signal Processing Controller - driveridentifier page noted version 8.0.10002.14,2014-06-10 of Intel DPTF and IT FINALLY WORKS!

    For Intel(R) Management Engine Interface - driveridentifier page noted version 8.1.0.1263,2012-07-02, didn't find it anywhere, only references that it is only for Win7 32bit version. So i have googled for alternatives and founded that version 9.0.0.1287 should be suitable for W10 64bit - and IT FINALLY WORKS!


    Maybe it can help somebody with same or similar issue.

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