From inside of device manager uninstall the device and reboot.
It could just be a stuck file.
I uninstalled the device and rebooted. Still has a yellow exclamation mark.
Note: I did not check "Delete the driver software for this device".
At bootup there is an error message: "PC Hardware Manager: Can't Open CF Kernel Mode Driver".
June 17, 2010 7:55:59 PM
What you will do is go in Device manager right click the bang, then go to properties, then to the details tab in that tab there should be a drop down that is already populated with the device instance ID. In the dialogue below the drop down there should be a string of gibberish. It looks something like this PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_293E&SUBSYS_0211128&REV_02\3&172E68D D&O&D8.
Then go to this site pcidatabase.com
Put in the 4 digit number that comes after VEN_ as the vender id. Then put in the 4 digit number after DEV_ as the device ID. Click search. If you get multiple results find the exact match to the information you searched for. This will give you the device the driver is missing for and help narrow your search.