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Upgraded GPU now have PCI Device Error require help :(

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Upgraded GPU now have PCI Device Error require help :(

 

I just upgraded my Graphics Card and on first boot i got a weird message display on boot saying please connect power cables to gpu even though they were already connected duh lol

 

Anyways i shut down unplugged and replugged back in and away i went onto using my new RTX GPU but then noticed once entered windows a bunch of issues most resolved themselves as windows did its thing but i have a weird issue in device manager...How do i correct this issue as can be seen in this screenshot i have taken?

 

For the record under display adapter it does show my Nvidia Geforce RTX 2070 GPU and i know i only have 1 PCI-E slot so am confused why this has happened and how to fix this i hope someone with more knowledge can help :(

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What else is in your PC? PSU/CPU/MB/RAM etc.

Have you updated the Nvidia drivers?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I was already on the most recent GPU drivers so guess all i can do is try and uninstall then reinstall from scratch should that work?

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3 minutes ago, csta said:

I was already on the most recent GPU drivers so guess all i can do is try and uninstall then reinstall from scratch should that work?

Did you have nVidia? Reinstall the drivers.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I'll report back once i've re installed Nvidia Drivers if that doesn't work am sure we can bump heads ad figure another suggesting, Gotta take Dog to the Vets so will be back laters wish i had the time to support this just now but will report back later tonight thanks for the fast response everyone.

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Can you share the HardwareID?

Maybe it Intel Trusted Execution Engine Interface(TXEI) or Intel Management Engine(MEI). 🤔


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