Question about EliteGroup ECS 755-A2 Motherboard
I have a ECS 755-A2 Motherboard In my device manager on the usb and the pci are all yellow. Can this be fix or not.
The most salient point is the yellow flag on the PCI. That means that the essential chipset drivers have not yet been installed. A specific driver will be ignored until your chipset drivers are found. That will be an executable file that runs for establishing the basic communications between motherboard components. ECS will have the original chipset drivers. If your operating system is not listed (you omitted that detail) then you may have use generic chipset drivers. Get those by reading the largest alphanumeric characters on the motherboard, do a Google search which will avail you of at least the real manufacturer of the mobo then go to the home page of that OEM or chipset manufacturer and enter the identifying numbers to obtain the chipset drivers. Run that and your computer will thank you. Remember -the chipset is what is not communicating, not specific drivers.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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