PCI Data Acquisition and Signal Processing Controller - Driver


  1. Posts : 51
    W 10 Pro, W 7 Pro & XP Pro.
       #1

    PCI Data Acquisition and Signal Processing Controller - Driver


    I am updating my Panasonic Toughbook CF-31 from it's OEM W 7 Pro to a new licence W 10 Pro clean install on a new drive.

    For those that know Toughbooks, their HDD is contained in a vibration protected caddy. I've bought a second-hand spare caddy, so I can swap these drives in 10 seconds. So going W 7 <--> W 10 is swift. Both caddies actually have SanDisk SSDs.

    I started to install W 10 a few months ago and all appeared OK, as no problems were reported and all appeared working as normal, apart from the usual Windows problems and many missing Panasonic features.

    Getting closer to end of W 7, I returned my efforts to the long task of getting the new W 10 SSD working as close to the existing W 7 SSD.

    Over the last week, I did a few W 10 updates and then a problem started which I can't resolve.

    On start-up, I see a notification that 'Restart required' - 'Your PC needs to be restarted to finish setting up this device: Pci Bus.".

    Looking in 'Computer Management' a yellow '!' triangle is on 'Other devices ¦ PCI Data Acquisition and Signal Processing Controller". The various tabs show: Drivers are not installed. No driver files are required or have been loaded. Under tab 'Events' I see,

    "Device PCI \VEN_8086&DEV_0153&SUBSYS_833810F7&REV_09\3&11583659&0&20 requires further installation."

    I can't find any drivers or information on this problem. I've just run Windows update and only Windows Defender installed reporting you are now up to date. (Version 1909 build 18363.535.)

    Swapping back to W 7 and there is no entry for a PCI Data Acquisition and Signal Processing Controller.

    Any suggestions, please?
      My Computer


  2. Posts : 4,187
    Windows 11 Pro, 22H2
       #2

    Do you have the official Windows 10 drivers for the Toughbook installed? You noted that you cannot find any drivers for this device so I wasn't sure if this means just this one problem device or for the system in general.

    Drivers can be found here (make sure to select the Enterprise CAB Files tab):

    Panasonic Toughbook Computer Support Downloads
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  3. Posts : 985
    Windows 10 Home 21H1
       #3

    Landyman said:
    I am updating my Panasonic Toughbook CF-31 from it's OEM W 7 Pro to a new licence W 10 Pro clean install on a new drive.

    For those that know Toughbooks, their HDD is contained in a vibration protected caddy. I've bought a second-hand spare caddy, so I can swap these drives in 10 seconds. So going W 7 <--> W 10 is swift. Both caddies actually have SanDisk SSDs.

    I started to install W 10 a few months ago and all appeared OK, as no problems were reported and all appeared working as normal, apart from the usual Windows problems and many missing Panasonic features.

    Getting closer to end of W 7, I returned my efforts to the long task of getting the new W 10 SSD working as close to the existing W 7 SSD.

    Over the last week, I did a few W 10 updates and then a problem started which I can't resolve.

    On start-up, I see a notification that 'Restart required' - 'Your PC needs to be restarted to finish setting up this device: Pci Bus.".

    Looking in 'Computer Management' a yellow '!' triangle is on 'Other devices ¦ PCI Data Acquisition and Signal Processing Controller". The various tabs show: Drivers are not installed. No driver files are required or have been loaded. Under tab 'Events' I see,

    "Device PCI \VEN_8086&DEV_0153&SUBSYS_833810F7&REV_09\3&11583659&0&20 requires further installation."

    I can't find any drivers or information on this problem. I've just run Windows update and only Windows Defender installed reporting you are now up to date. (Version 1909 build 18363.535.)

    Swapping back to W 7 and there is no entry for a PCI Data Acquisition and Signal Processing Controller.

    Any suggestions, please?
    Go to the manufacturers website and reinstall the Chipset driver software. When Ive seen this before reinstalling chipset drivers has sorted it out
      My Computer


  4. Posts : 51
    W 10 Pro, W 7 Pro & XP Pro.
    Thread Starter
       #4

    hsehestedt said:
    Do you have the official Windows 10 drivers for the Toughbook installed? You noted that you cannot find any drivers for this device so I wasn't sure if this means just this one problem device or for the system in general.
    Drivers can be found here (make sure to select the Enterprise CAB Files tab):
    Model: CF-31 [S/U] (mk3)
    OS: Windows 10 RSI (1607)
    I have used your link URL and downloaded, "PDP_CF-31mk3_Win10x64_V1.02L11M00.cab".

    But have encountered problems:-

    PCI Data Acquisition and Signal Processing Controller - Driver-cab-error.jpg
    Expanding produced 822 files.

    Any further suggestions, please.

    I have also lost all the special Toughbook features and would like to get them in Windows 10 Pro.
      My Computer


  5. Posts : 1
    Windows10
       #5

    Hey guys, I just figured I'd post the solution to this, I had same issue with this and google search's first result is this post. It might help someone in future, or even me again.

    This is what you need:
    https://www.dell.com/support/home/en...driverid=d4g6r
    just incase dell's download doesn't work, I have uploaded to my ftp as well: http://www.hqplay.com/drivers/Intel-...rk_W10-x64.zip

    It is Intel Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework
      My Computer


 

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