Every PCI Card Gives me a Code 10 In Device Manager
My motherboard died the other day, so I popped in an old Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3L I had laying around. It works fine, but every PCI card I add gives me a Code 10 (This device could not be started) in the device manager. I've tried:
1. Restarting 2. Updating windows 3. Installing the latest drivers for everything 4. Manually setting IRQs 5. Removing all but one card and trying that card in multiple slots 6. Uninstalling/reinstalling the device and driver 7. Showing hidden devices in device manager and uninstalling all copies of the devices in question. 8. There were no UpperFilters/LowerFilters to delete in the registry, so I couldn't do that. 9. Testing the cards in a different motherboard (they worked fine). 10. Starting windows in safe mode. 11. Manually setting IRQs in the BIOS. 12. Resetting the BIOS to fail-safe settings.
Nothing seems to be working. Are the PCI slots themselves to blame? Should I just buy a new board?
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Sounds like u did everything. Looks like its the mobo.
I would try the safe mode, yet. (keep pressing F8 during BIOS start up)