LENOVO X200 PCI SIMPLE COMMUNICATIONS CONTROLLER DRIVER
Message 5 of 7. Message 4 of 7. DominicP Replied on December 27, For the printer, whichever it may be, the drivers must come from its manufacturer’s site. Our commitment to the environment Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. Can you point me in the right direction for the SOL driver you used for Win7?
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How satisfied are you with this response? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Personally I always install the drivers even if I dont use the device but thats just me.
I’m pretty sure it must be for the SOL as I disabled the intel management in the bios. Register Sign In Help. Message 7 of 7.
I have this question too. Message 5 of 7. Desktop looks similar to a folder.
However I’m not able to install any printer. This thread is locked.
Did this solve your problem? What driver should I install for this? Message 2 of 7.
X200s – 2 unknown devices and 1 PCI Simple Communications Controller
I’ll give them a go tonight. Message 3 of 7. Lenovo is committed to lenoco leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. Could you tell me where to download this driver? This site in other languages x. You only need to install the drivers if you want to use vPro, otherwise disable them.
Message 6 of 7. Ive been using the Vista ones and the seem to install and work fine.
PCI Serial Port & PCI Simple Communications Controller – Thinkpads Forum
I have installed below driver from link that you have provided: In reply to DominicP’s post on December 27, Or is it OK to just disable this device? See our Sustainability Report. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.