I've recently built a new PC and can't seem to fix this missing driver in device manager. I believe it may be linked to the 2x HDDs I have set-up in RAID 1 with RAIDXpert2 Drivers, but not sure.
I've tried reinstalling the Chipset + SATA + RAID drivers, which didn't fix it.
Any ideas from the ID?
I can see a couple of other reports of this in the last few weeks, but no clear fix, so it's something recent.
Including this post: https://community.amd.com/message/2928312
My system is; ASUS B450-i, 3700x, EVGA 1070, 32GB RAM, 500Gb NVMe + 2x 4TB HDDs in RAID.
This is what PCI - 1022 DEV - 1486 refers to in Device Manager:
According to this website it does seem to be connected to RAID: Ryzen 3000 series build / Struggling with PCI-e lanes - Page 3 - Motherboards and CPUs - Unraid
Also this recent Reddit Thread: https://www.reddit.com/r/VFIO/comments/cky2fv/iommu_groupings_gigabyte_x570_aorus_elite/
Also Tech One Thread: https://forum.level1techs.com/t/x570-taichi-iommu-groups/145762/2
I had the same issue. First install the latest chipset driver from AMD (https://www.amd.com/en/support/chipsets/amd-socket-am4/x570). Then go to Device Manager, right click on the device, choose Update Driver on the device, Browse my computer for driver software, choose this folder: c:\Program Files (x86)\AMD\Chipset_IODrivers\PSP Driver\
It fixed my missing driver for me, now it says: AMD PSP 11.0 Device, under Security devices.
I registered an account just to say thank you! I downloaded the drivers for the chipset from the official site, and there was the right one for PCI!