Pci Serial Port Driver Windows 8 64 Bit Download Install Update
Have you applied all the drivers from here? Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn't help. The basic board spec shows it does not have a Serial port. However it does have an Intel Management Engine interface for which the drivers should be here. If you read the driver page it informs that if these drivers are not installed it shows as missing drivers for a Simple Communications controller.
To be clear serial ports are legacy devices and seldom used today. If not actually needed the lack of drivers for this specific device would have no effect on the system. The specification also says nothing about a parallel port Lpt1.
Do you have an expansion card into which you plugging in the printer. The socket would not be in the main group of connectors but separate and in the vertical slots. Some port expansion cards had both Serial and parallel ports so this might be the missing driver. If so you would need to identify what the card is and find the appropriate drivers.
Unfortunately it is highly likely they would not be available for Windows 7. Venerable and functional it may be but the c is a very old printer and although it may work if set up right is not supported on Windows 7. Have a good look at bios settings and check if serial port is disabled or enabled? If it does not show in bios you probably don't have a serial port. Robert--My PC-window 7 Professionalbit: My communication port com 1 works: My ECP printer port lpt 1 works: If everything else works i would disable the affected device in device manager.
I had a similar problem with an ex vpro pc. Some of these devices work with enterprise windows editions and are probably not needed by a home user. Some of these devices give added security and remote assistance to business machines.
If it is an intel chipset try intel driver update utility. I was having the same issues with my OptiPlex If you still need it, I believe this is the link for the Tell us about your experience with our site. Kanga85 Created on May 14, My PCI serial port shows no driver. Automatic update fails to find one. Intel doesn't supply one. I don't know how to find the manufacturer of the port.
Thanks for any help. I have the same question HairyFool Replied on May 14, Thanks for marking this as the answer. How satisfied are you with this reply?
Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? Kanga85 Replied on May 15, In reply to HairyFool's post on May 14, I looked at the site you supplied - it gave 15 driver files, some of which I eliminated as they were not my operating system. However, I have run the most likeliest of them, to no effect. I am a relative novice well a 78y. This printer used to work, but has suddenly stopped, and reinstalling it has no effect. Would this be affected by the Serial Port having no driver?
I have also totally failed to install this printer through a USB port, despite having got drivers from HP. Any files sent to the printer via USB disappear into the nevernever with no error message.
The USB ports all seem to work correctly otherwise. Files sent to the printer via LPT1: Further help would be appreciated. HairyFool Replied on May 15, In reply to Kanga85's post on May 15, Kanga85 Replied on May 16, In reply to HairyFool's post on May 15, Since the computer seems to be runnung alright with out it, I will ignore the Device Managers warning of 'a missing driver' and not follow this up further.
The c printer is old, but was functioning perfectly, and I don't like to throw away 'good' stuff. But I will now buy a new wireless-networked printer and move on. Thanks for your help. RobertDunning Replied on August 25, In reply to Kanga85's post on May 16, In reply to RobertDunning's post on August 25, In reply to halfbreedYX's post on August 25, In reply to travagg's post on January 31, JayGust Replied on January 21, This site in other languages x.
pci serial port driver
Have you applied all the drivers from here? Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn't help. The basic board spec shows it does not have a Serial port.
PCI Serial Port Driver
PCs running Windows RT 8. Windows comes with drivers for many devices, such as printers, displays, keyboards, and TVs. A driver is software that a device uses to work with your PC. Every device needs a driver to work with your PC. Windows can also download device software and info. This might include an app that the device manufacturer created to go with your device or info like the product name, manufacturer, and model number, to help you distinguish between similar devices. Drivers are updated occasionally. Windows can update them automatically, or you can install the updated drivers yourself.