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compatibility_drivers [2018/07/20 23:16]
mister_x Updated determine driver
compatibility_drivers [2018/07/20 23:16]
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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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