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Find Matching Driver For Unknown Device in Windows Device Manger

Unknown Device Identifier is a useful tool, which helps us identify unknown devices (labeled yellow question mark or yellow exclamation mark) in Windows Device Manger and helps to find the matching driver for the device on the internet or directly from the manufacturer’s website just with a click.

It provides details of manufacturer name, OEM name, device type, device model and even the exact name of the unknown devices. Moreover, it also helps you backup the device driver for future use.

Unknown Device Identifier is a little (900KB) and very easy to use tool. After installation, just run it, after a while, it will display all installed device drivers.

Just look at the list to find your device. Expand its name to know further details. Just right click and choose ‘Find Driver’ or ‘Contact Vendor’ option to find driver for that device.

The latest version of Unknown Device Identifier supports Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 and can be downloaded at source here.


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