Northernlight wrote:It appears that you have tried many possible solutions but unless I've missed it, you don't appear to haven investigated your BIOS settings.
From your posts, it seems almost certain that a fundamental Windows fault isn't the cause of your problem; you also seem to have verified that your system supports the hardware, at least at a basic power level.
Verify your BIOS options and force a re-enumeration/assignment of all your hardware at the IRQ and DMA level if necessary. The option to do this should be obvious within the BIOS config.
No guarantee that it will help but it's certainly a possibility. Although the OS is ultimately responsible for assignments if you have confirmed its ability within the BIOS (all recent Windows versions), it is still worth trying.
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