Not sure what it does, but it's part of a set of functions like sleep, etc. Shows up as "Other Devices" "Unknown Device" and requires a driver. No driver to be round except from DriverPackSolutions which is a huge download of every driver in the known universe, but I only need one. It's free, but it's a lot of downloading for one drive. Even tho it's apparently a part of the Intel/AMD chipset, Intel doesn't know anything about it.
Neither does Dell. They thought it was a corrupted file in Win 7. It ISN'T because I've found other people on the web with the same problem.
So I decided it was easier to download 3 gigs of data from Russia than to reinstall my operating system in the middle of a major project.
I don't even know what this thing does. Its siblings control sleep, timing, audio, and so on. What this does I believe has something to do with graphics. Just a hunch, but I think it's connected the the graphics card.
I'm not a hardware person: I do software. Tech writer, actually, but having gotten useless advice from Dell (I PAY them for their bad advice ... unbelievable) I found myself googling all over the internet until I actually located this driver.
This is NUTS.
How come nobody knows what these components are or for that matter, what they do? I feel like I'm lost in space, fixing a problem when I have NO idea what I'm doing.