After some quick research I learned that these devices were the Ricoh card readers. Thanks a lot, after 2 hours of searching for the answer and the driver I finally got it. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Recently, they have decided to remove Vista and install XP on that same laptop, and asked me to do it. September 15, at 8:
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I installed the chipset, video, sound, network adapter and wireless drivers without any issues. September 14, at 3: Unknown devices in the device manager means that I still need to install some drivers. I downloaded the driver from the Dell support Web site and the three unknown devices disappeared and were replaced by the actual devices.
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Thanks a lot, after 2 hours of searching for the answer and the driver I finally got it. If you have an Inspiron and have noticed three base system devices in the device manager, then I will explain dell inspiron e1505 base system device to correct that issue in this post.
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Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. After I rebooted I noticed that I still had three unknown devices in the device manager. Paul Salmon January 16, Windows 87 Comments. Learn how your comment data is processed.
Dell Inspiron 6400 – Three Unknown Base System Devices
Your email address will not be published. I recently encountered a problem where a Dell Inspiron displayed three base system devices after installing Windows XP onto the machine. After installing the drivers I checked the device manager and noticed that the three unknown devices were now gone.
Many thanks,it surely worked for me. Thanks for your help! After some quick research I learned that these devices were the Ricoh card readers.
After a quick search on the Internet, I read that there was an additional set of drivers for the card reader that was included in the laptop. Recently, they have decided to remove Vista and install XP on that same laptop, and asked me to do it.
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I also had three new card reader devices installed, which were the three unknown devices. About a year ago, someone I know purchased an Inspiron laptop from Dell and tried to get XP installed on it instead of Vista.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. They had no luck and ended up with Vista. I went onto the Dell support Web site and downloaded the drivers to the local hard drive.