HDX 16 t 1200: upgrade Windows 10: Base system device

Hello

First of all, let me say that the upgrade of Windows 10 (I did a clean install) seems to work fine on my HDX 16.

I have a few device drivers, I and Microsoft cannot understand. When I make upward device under other devices Manager, I have:

>? Another device

- ?! System device base (calling it a 1)

- ?! (2) base system device

- ?! Device base system (3)

- ?! Unknown device (4)

Properties:

1 device Type: other devices; Manufacturer: Unknown; Location: Bus PCI 6, device 0, function 1. Device status: the drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28) There is no driver selected for the item or a set of device information.

Events-info: device PCI\VEN_197B & DEV_2382 & SUBSYS_361B103C & REV_00\4 & 3ae12ecb & 0 & 01E4 requires installation.

2. Device Type: other devices; Manufacturer: Unknown; Location: Bus PCI 6, device 0, function 4. Device status: the drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28) There is no driver selected for the item or a set of device information.

Events-info: device PCI\VEN_197B & DEV_2384 & SUBSYS_361B103C & REV_00\4 & 3ae12ecb & 0 & 04E4 requires installation. (the only difference is location and event-Info)

3 bus PCI 6, device 0, function 3

Events-info: device PCI\VEN_197B & DEV_2383 & SUBSYS_361B103C & REV_00\4 & 3ae12ecb & 0 & 03E4 requires installation.

4 device Type: other devices; Manufacturer: Unknown; Location: On system compatible ACPI Microsoft; Device status: the drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28) There is no driver selected for the item or a set of device information.

Details-value: ACPI\HPQ0004\2 & DABA3FF & 1

Events-info: device ACPI\HPQ0004\2 & daba3ff & 1 requires installation.

I found similar problems of pilot in the forum on other HP laptops, but nothing on my HDX 16 t 1200.

Thanks in advance for any help.

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