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Windows 2000 Professional PCI Simple Communications Controller Problem


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#1 firefly52

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Posted 30 May 2010 - 09:34 AM

"PCI Simple communications Controller" keeps popping up at startup & loading - TWICE. I have uninstalled it numerous times and it (they) keep coming back. I can't get rid of it (them). It (they) keep saying "new hardware detected" and "installing" "please wait..."

I have to click on "cancel" each time TWICE every time the PC boots up.

how can I get rid of it (them)?

It doesn't appear in the list in the "Install / Uninstall programs". I keep deleting (uninstalling) from Device Manager, but next time I start up the PC it's (they're) back again and I have to wait for them to "load" then click on "cancel" each time.

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Posted 30 May 2010 - 02:12 PM

It's most likely your dial-up modem card. As long as the card is inside the case, the message will keep popping up.
Remove the card, or install driver for it.

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