I was cleaning out old apps, and deleted something that had to do with drivers, but I have no idea what it can be. On Startup, the hardware wizard pops, identifying found new hardware: "Base System Hardware." Everything appears to work fine...
Mr. Wizard and I cannot find the driver. Any idea what this hardware might be, and where I can find the driver?
Yep-- no flags or warnings. It's sure annoying on startup...
Go here and in the dropdown select your version of windows . then go to chipset then select Ricoh chipset driver aand install it .it is the base system device .
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Normally this refers to a card reader, but I do not see one listed for your systems. Try going HERE scroll down and follow the steps in step # 3
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Hey guys! I was having the same issue, downloaded the Ricoh Card Reader driver and its working!!! Thanks a lot! No more drivers missing!