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Best Answer phillpower2 , 04 July 2017 - 03:57 PM

Create a new system restore point then right click on the said entry in Device Manager and uninstall it, once done, restart the computer and check to see if it has gone or if Windows tries to reins... Go to the full post »


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Have notice this question mark in my Device Manager recently

 

Other Devices - Unknown Devive

Hardware Ids - WsAudio_Device

Configfalg_Failedinstall - 00000040 CONFIGFLAG_FAILEDINSTALL

Physical Device Object name - \Device\00000037

 

Etc..............

 

Audio seems to be working fine. Had a look on the PCI Database and has something to do with a Audio driver there. But not sure!

 

Any help much appreciated as Win 7 doesn't pick up a driver for it! thx

 


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Hello jango2009,

 

That is a third party driver for a Wondershare product, check the info here to see if you have any of their software installed on your computer then get back to us.


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Not got anything of them installed or had any of there products installed previously.


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Create a new system restore point then right click on the said entry in Device Manager and uninstall it, once done, restart the computer and check to see if it has gone or if Windows tries to reinstall it. 


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Gone that did the job. Thanks


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You are welcome, glad we could help and thank you for the follow up jango2009  :thumbsup:


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