Release Date: June 21, 2003.
Unknown Devices is an application designed to detect devices not recognized by the computer, in order to help users figure out what drivers they need to locate, download and install to get them up and running. It does not require installation. It is possible to extract the app directory to any part of the hard disk and just click the executable to run.
The GUI is represented by a very small frame that loads a list with all drivers at startup, even the ones it did not manage to identify. They are shown in a tree view with full details, such as vendor and chip.
It is possible to easily look up the driver of a selected drive on Google via the right-click menu, or to copy its information to the Clipboard for closer inspection.
The list with all data can be saved to a plain text document too, as well as refreshed in case new hardware changes were made in the meantime.
* Press F3 to search the selected text on the internet. (Ctrl-F3 to search without the "+drivers").
* Press F2 or Ctrl-C to copy selected to clipboard.
* Using an item under Full Details for a websearch will likely give you better results.
* Also this program shows all devices found in the registry including devices that no longer exists.
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