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What Does "Driver Interface" Mean in Device Manager

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When I open 'show hidden devices' in Device Manager up pops an entry called "Driver Interface". I have a yellow question mark over 'Driver Interface' and when I open it, I have one entry with a question mark over it.
Firstly, can you define what "Driver Interface" means in as simplistic, non-geeky language as possible? I've looked up the term on Google, but don't understand the explanations.
Also, the fact that a yellow question mark appears over it when I open it up gives me a clue that something is 'not right' somewhere...maybe a 'conflict' or 'unknown device' or something, but I am just guessing.
Any insight into this would be appreciated. Remember, I am not that computer literate, so please try to keep your explanation as understandable as possible, so I can get to work on fixing this thing.
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You have posted this question at PC Pitstop also with responses already made.
I see that the issue was already resolved by you on the last reply you made on that forum at 2:24am this morning.
Thank you for using GTG and this topic will now be closed since the issue seems to be resolved and to multi forum site posting.
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