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The tools are great. Some of them i even know in code and internals and they are pretty stable and amazing. Regards and respect to the developers from here! I personally would also recommend Device Remover. I am the developer and please this shouldnt sound like self-advertisement here. Jack Wallen wrote a great article on it a few years ago (thanks again Jack!). Since then, the application evolved and grew in features big time. I always cary it on a usb stick with other tools mentioned here. Its main purpose is to gain access to all areas of the hardware running on the system. It will close the gap on the very basic device management features of the operating system by giving the user a powerful unique tool. Give it a try, its fully freeware, commercial and noncommercial! My additonal recommendation to these wise selection of great tolls by Mr. Jack Wallen.