View Device Manager View non-existent devices in Windows



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In this post, we will see how to create the integrated device manager devices in Windows 10/8/7. Non-existent devices are old, unused, previous, old, hidden devices that were installed once but are no longer connected to the computer.

and playback devices, you must select Show hidden devices in the View tab . However, to display all the non-existent devices, you must do the following : Devices with Device Manager



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To display non-existent devices in Windows 8. 1, use the Device Manager to open a high input window, type and press Enter :

SET DEVMGR_SHOW_NONPRESENT_DEVICES=1

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Then on the View tab (16), select Show hidden devices. Other devices are listed here.

This is very useful if you need to solve problems with the remaining drivers. By right-clicking and selecting Properties, you will get more information about them.

The Device Cleanup tool helps you remove many or all of the nonexistent old devices from your Windows computer. GhostBuster can help you remove old unused and hidden device drivers.

If you have problems with unknown drivers, this article will help you identify and repair unknown devices. See this message if your device manager is empty & and shows nothing.

Additional resources:

      1. Deleting old Windows device drivers
      2. How to identify or verify unsigned/signed drivers .



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