You didn't show him how to get to the "Device Manager". Your original post states:What do ya mean Nibs? I don't think it's possible at all to be any more precise and articulate in the instruction given than I have.
I asked for the hardware id info and shown precisely how to post it.
It's the op's mishap by not posting it yet and following, unfortunately.
Believe it or not, some users don't know how to get there. Plus a picture is worth a thousand words in lot of these cases here.Right click it in device manager. Properties. Details tab. Change the dropdown to say hardware ids. Then copy paste the results below to a new post here.
Yes it is "simple" to do that. But most WON'T who come here for help. Take an extra minute or two and guide the person needing help to it.Ah, I hear ya. It is simple enough to:
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