Updating drivers for devcon failed
But, it just works in a different way – using commands.Although, you can get almost all the supported commands by entering the following command, yet, here are some of them for basic management purpose.The drivers are built in checked environment, .inf, .sys, coinstaller and are then copied to a temp folder. I've also tried to install from "device manager", the response is: The system cannot find the file specified.Through an administrator command prompt I try to run: c:\Users\radar\Desktop\install "\Ms Toaster" Device node created. Updating drivers for \Ms Toaster from :\Users\radar\Desktop\toaster\ Here to, it would be nice to know which file it cannot find... then over to my real problem, my PCIe driver wont install(works on XP, thought it was relatet to not beeing able to install the WDK example drivers on W7).
The properties box for the device shows Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware. Windows Device Manager is certainly a useful built-in tool to manage, uninstall and disable drivers without having an expert knowledge.