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Under the device manager on my computer the are some unknown devices how do i find out what they are?
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right click on them and see if you can update the drivers. if it asks if it can use the internet to find the best driver say yes
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I too have Devices and I tried the Everest Program to find out what the cards themselves were.

Edited by Immortalarena, 30 July 2005 - 08:33 AM.

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I too have Devices and I tried the Everest Program to find out what the cards themselves were.

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You may just need to look at the cards/devices to get the part numbers. You can make a paper list of the known ones from Device Manager to check them against. Trying to find what an unkown device is isn't easy. Is there any hardware that isn't working?
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