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September 15, 2011, 05:44:17 PM
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Asus M4ATD88-v Evo /USB3.0
2 x Gigabyte 5870
1 x Gigabyte 6950
1 x PCI to PCIe adapter from Cablesaurus
1 x PCIe 16x to 16x extender

Problem I am having is a standard PCI to PCI bridge driver is not starting up (code 10).

Anyone have any ideas?  I am currently updating the BIOS on the board to see if that helps but I wanted to put this out there to see if there was anything else I should do.
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September 15, 2011, 11:48:52 PM
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Usually when i have PCI devices throw code 10 they're totally shot, however i'd suggest pming cablesarus since he's the vendor that sold it perhaps he's aware  of a trick or something that may help

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