[SOLVED] Unknown PCI Device | New GPU I am worried.

Subham2

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Hello,
Once again I have come to this wonderful for help.

Today I was looking through the Windows Device Manager
and I saw this:


What is this Device ?
The Hardware ID from device manager details tab is:
PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1AED&SUBSYS_552719DA&REV_A1

Please
, help me out here
Right now I am really scared since I recently bought a Nvidia GTX 1660 Super after my old GTX 660 died.

My Specs Are:

Motherboard
:
ASUS B85M-G
Graphics Card:
Nvidia Zotac GTX 1660 6GB Super
CPU:
Intel Core i5 4440 @ 3.10 GHz
Storage:
2 tb Seagate HDD x 1
1 tb Seagate HDD x 1
Optical Drives:
HP DVD Writer 1260d
PSU:
CoolerMaster Thunder 500
 

Subham2

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This page --https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/forums/game-ready-drivers/13/285972/drivers-port-usb-type-c-missing-drivers-41634-for-/ Says that is a type C USB device from NVIDIA.
It also ties it back to an older version of Windows. Are you running Windows 10?
Thank You for replying.
Yes I'm running Windows 10 Version 2004
Hmm weird neither my pc nor my GPU has any USBC Port
 

Subham2

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If you put "PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1AED" into google -- You will see other references to the USB type C device....
Hmm. Thanks for replying
Indeed it does refer to USB Type C Device.

I didn't like those "driver finder" websites for a link ...
Nah its fine they aren't really that great to be honest.

Maybe I should reinstall the Nvidia drivers they now include a USBC driver with them.
Hopefully that would help.
I will update once I check it.
 

kanewolf

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Hmm. Thanks for replying
Indeed it does refer to USB Type C Device.


Nah its fine they aren't really that great to be honest.

Maybe I should reinstall the Nvidia drivers they now include a USBC driver with them.
Hopefully that would help.
I will update once I check it.
Did you use DDU to remove your previous NVIDIA drivers ? There could be residuals.

Did your PC upgrade from Windows 7/8 to Windows 10? That could also be the source ...
 

Subham2

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Did you use DDU to remove your previous NVIDIA drivers ? There could be residuals.
Yes I did use DDU to remove the previous driver but I wasn't able to install the drivers manually. Windows took charge of that.
Did your PC upgrade from Windows 7/8 to Windows 10? That could also be the source ...
Yes. Originally it did but it shouldn't be a source since I have clean installed it long after that.
 

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