I tried several ideas but none worked. So the missing stack accounts for the dev id? I changed the Settings to USB 3. Correct Answers – 10 points. Please type your message and try again. I am afraid this question has been answered, but I have done many searches with no luck. VMware does not support USB 3.
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Download and install ALi Corporation PCI\VEN_15AD&DEV_ – driver id
Now just go through all the Base System Device listed there and figure out exactly which driver you need to download. Make sure to download 15d chipset drivers and install the latest version.
The device is the graphics card installed on my host PC. It looks like USB 3. It behaved like the focus was not in the VM window.
Also, find the the drivers for bluetooth and SD card reader, if you have those on your system. Actually, there were several Base System Device driver errors, all with question marks. I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0.
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Then click on Hardware IDs from the drop down. The Base 15av Device is usually related to one of three pieces of hardware: Most of the time the mouse pointer was a pointing hand not an arrow and left or right clicking did nothing. You can not post a blank message.
The PCI ID Repository
Founder of Help Desk Geek and managing editor. Should I upgrade to Vista? Thanks and enjoy, John. It looks like my signature containing VMware version information is no longer shown in the post: Is there a driver available to satisfy W7 guest?
If you have any questions, feel free to post a comment. I am afraid this question has been answered, but I have done many searches with no luck. Windows 7 x64 guest on Windows 8.
There is no driver.