The following command uses the DevCon Enable operation to enable a programmable interrupt controller that had been disabled to correct a system problem. This amazing little utility is powerful, performs some commands remotely, and it is a good example of how to use the SetupDI interface. Display the status of related devices on a remote computer The following command uses the DevCon Status operation to display the status of particular storage-related devices on Server01, a remote computer. Disable devices by device instance ID. Change the order of filter drivers DevCon Enable Example This command identifies the devices by their device instance IDs as indicated by the at character that precedes each ID. The following command uses the DevCon Stack operation to search for devices in the Volume setup class and display the expected driver stack for those devices.
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In the command, each ID is separated from the others by spaces. Install a device using unattended setup The following example shows how to install the Microsoft Loopback Adapter during an unattended installation of Microsoft Windows XP.
To run DevCon commands on a remote computer, the Group Policy setting must allow the Plug and Play service to run on the remote computer.
Before DevCon processes any classfilter subcommands, the virtual cursor is at the beginning of the list and is not positioned on any filter drivers.
Display driver and device info DevCon can display the following properties of drivers and devices on local computers, and remote computers running Windows XP and earlier:.
List resources of a class of devices The following command uses the DevCon Resources operation to display the resources allocated to devices in the Hdc device setup class. In response, DevCon displays a message indicating that it is restarting the computer Rebooting local machine. The user can optionally specify that an automatic reboot be performed.
Read about this change in our blog post. If you have two such packages that you need to install as one, you might combine them as described in Using an Extension INF File. It searches for the following instalp. Assign a hardware ID to a legacy device. Finds the devices that match the input hardware or instance ID, including those that are not present.
Direct Parallel Setup Class: You can also use the following command to add the MyFilter driver devcln to place it between PartMgr and Disklog. While my HID proxy is able to accept reports being an unknown device, the mouse doesn’t work. Volume Manager Driver is running.
The first subcommand, Diskloguses the positioning operator to place the virtual cursor on the Disklog filter driver. Disable devices by an ID pattern. List driver packages by hardware ID pattern. You can use this command to replace signed drivers on the system with alternate drivers for testing or troubleshooting, or to associate the devices with the newest version of the same drivers.
List the devices in a device setup class. Lists the driver files installed for devices that match knstall input hardware or instance ID.
Display the driver stack for storage devices Example The following command uses the DevCon Restart operation to restart the loopback adapter on the local computer. Remove devices by device instance ID pattern Example List classes on the local computer Because DevCon operations can use the device setup class to identify devices, it is useful to create a reference file of the device setup classes of devices on the computer.
Specifically, it reverses the order of the second and third filter drivers.
Note that this command first limits the search to the Net setup class and then instlal the “miniport” string. Sign up using Email and Password. The Reboot feature allows the local machine to reboot and indicates that it is for a planned hardware install.
The following command uses the DevCon Status operation to display the status of particular storage-related devices on Server01, a remote computer. Find devices by hardware ID pattern.
The following command uses the DevCon DriverFiles operation to list the file names of drivers that devices on the system use. In response, DevCon reports that it has installed the device, that is, it has created a device node for the new device and updated the driver files for the device. Modified 27 hardware Vevcon s.
Legacy Audio Drivers DriverNode 0: