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    Drivers issue

    by glencoejc ·


    Hi all, hoping one of you can get me out of a frustrating dead end loop.
    I have tried to install something. It was supposed to be plug and play, but it wasn’t recognised by windows 10. Updated it, no avail. Dug around and installed the device drivers. However, the device I’ve tried to install is not fully speaking to the OS. On looking at device manager, there is drivers installed in ‘other devices’ that have an exclamation, I have tried to uninstall these, update them, etc, etc and they keep coming back, and I think they are causing a conflict and therefore the dvice to not operate correctly. Anyone know how I can delete these? Thank you in advance!

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    • #2416214

      Drivers issue

      by moverdubai12 ·

      In reply to Drivers issue

      On the off chance that you are encountering cart equipment in your PC, there’s a decent possibility you are having gadget driver issues. Most gadget driver issues on Windows are brought about by missing, debased, or obsolete drivers. It’s only one of the numerous reasons you should stay up with the latest.

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      by danielbora ·

      In reply to Drivers issue

      Try To Use Some third party tools IObit Uninstaller Free etc it will definately help you or reinstall your windows

    • #2415841

      Drivers issue

      by fasotechy ·

      In reply to Drivers issue

      I recommend you to use Driver booster as it is the best free driver updater.
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    • #2416772

      Drivers issue

      by arinamichel911 ·

      In reply to Drivers issue

      I think you have to use third party driver which have all the version supported of your OS and software

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