Ntpnp_pci0027

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Category: Network and Modems
Manufacturer: Broadcom
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 398 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.7 / 21 Mar 2004

Ntpnp_pci0017Ntpnp_pci0027

Windows device driver information for Ethernet Controller

DeviceNTPNPPCI0027 Intel(R) ICH10 Family PCI Express Root Port 5 - 3A48 DeviceNTPNPPCI0043 Standard Universal PCI to USB Host Controller DeviceUSBPDO-0 USB Root Hub DeviceUSBPDO-6 USB Composite Device Device0000006c USB Input Device Device0000006e HID Keyboard Device.

Ethernet, having incorporated 10/100 Mbps physical layer devices are leading remedies for Intel types of PCI board LAN mode of designs. The Ethernet is meant for Network Interface Cards use, PC LAN on the Motherboard type of designs, networking systems and embedded systems. It joins a minute package design and a low power that is perfect for space and power limited surroundings. The Ethernet Controller is just one of the three NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet types of controllers, which execute an advanced host interface - PCI Express. Standing for the first support of the PCI Express condition in the universe, it is designed for utilization with workstation PCs and desktops. Ethernet is optimized to offer the best price and performance as well. It gives users considerable advances in the way they manage their clients by affixing support for Alerting Standards Forum.

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Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

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Built in the lead of six creations of the field-proven Gigabit Ethernet media classes of access controllers and physical layers technology for transceiver, it uses a totally incorporated 10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet MAC. Others include the PCI Express bus interface, integrated PHY and on-chip buffer memory, through a solo-chip resolution meant particularly for the LAN on the network interface card and motherboard applications. The solo-chip resolution is manufactured by means of a low-voltage; 0.13-micron CMOS procedure that enables users in houses and offices to enjoy low power consumption. The Ethernet Controller has a characteristic of a complete software suite. This aids in producing a complete solution for users and the server functions, inclusive of drivers meant for the entire trendy operating systems. The design of the NetXtreme also has an exclusive PC-based style; letting advanced running software to perform in firmware. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for Windows and Ethernet Controller errors before installing any driver updates.

Ntpnp_pci0023 Drivers

I have a Windows XP Media Center with AMD 64 Athlon Processor.
The problem that I have is that my computer sometimes boots up and sometimes it doesn't. When it doesn't boot up, the computer power is on and the fans are also running. Sometimes the fans run really fast and do not lower their speed, other times they start fast and then lower their speed but the computer still does not boot up.
Now when the computer does boot up in runs well wit no problems, I've read on this forum that maybe it could be the video card or the hard drive that is damage. But if either of them is damage, the computer is not suppose to run fine when it boots up? Other thing is that when I boot up the computer i get a message from Hardware Wizard that a new PCI Bridge Device has been found, other than that the computer runs fine when it does boot up. I'm using the computer while I'm writing this. PLEASE HELP!!!