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mister_x Updated determine driver
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 It also lists the IDs (**0bda:​8812**) which is what would be returned on Linux with the //lsusb// command, right next to **ID**. It also lists the IDs (**0bda:​8812**) which is what would be returned on Linux with the //lsusb// command, right next to **ID**.
  
-If it were on Windows, even if the drivers were not installed, looking in the device manager, that ID would be found in Details pane of the device itself, in the property "​Hardware IDs". This is also displayed in WikiDevi: **USB\VID_0BDA&​PID_8812** (this is the same as the IDs on Linux, they'​re just uppercase and they contain some text around: USB device, VID stands for Vendor ID, PID stands for product ID).+If it were on Windows, even if the drivers were not installed, looking in the device manager, that ID would be found in //Details// pane of the device itself, in the property "​Hardware IDs". This is also displayed in WikiDevi: **USB\VID_0BDA&​PID_8812** (this is the same as the IDs on Linux, they'​re just uppercase and they contain some text around: USB device, VID stands for Vendor ID, PID stands for product ID).
  
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