Re: Unknown Devices in Device Manager
I have found the on the web IBM.now is all ok. thanks for your help.
"Dustin Harper" wrote:
> The device is a TPM 1.2 chip, which can work with Bitlocker to encrypt your
> hard drive. If you don't plan on using Bitlocker right now, you don't need
> to worry about it. There should be a driver available at the hard drive
> manufacturers web site, though.
> Dustin Harper
> "Guido" <Guido@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >I have cheked pc whit Driver Agent :
> > NSC1200 is :Winbond Integrated Trusted Platform Module 1.2
> > What's this?
> > Whit Belarc Adviser,it's all riight.
> > Have you any ida?
> > Thanks for your help!!!!
> > "Dustin Harper" wrote:
> >> Download a program called Belarc Advisor. It will tell you what all those
> >> Unknown Devices are. It's pretty thorough, and it also checks for
> >> hotfixes
> >> and tells you what versions of the programs you have installed. I like it
> >> a
> >> lot for a freeware program.
> >> URL for Belarc: http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html
> >> --
> >> Dustin Harper
> >> firstname.lastname@example.org
> >> http://www.vistarip.com
> >> --
> >> "Guido" <Guido@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:CE16C73B-B828-46A6-9F96-11AD3262FDE8@microsoft.com...
> >> > After upgrade to Vista ultimate,on my pc Ibm A52,i have:
> >> > Unknown Devices in Device Manager:
> >> > ACPI\NSC1200
> >> > *NSC1200
> >> >
> >> > Any help on what these are?
> >> >