Publication date: 2018-06-06 14:15
This funky little PCI-E thing 68f6:8788 is detected by Windows 7 as a C-Media card for some reason, but the driver it suggests in Problems and Solutions does not work the installer for it errors out saying 8775 Plug in C-Media Oxygen HD Audio Device! 8776 . It 8767 s best to get the driver for this card straight from ASUS here.
Note: Kadet HMI operator panels require cable adapters. The adapters for these HMIs can be found on the G859K7 HMI and G857K7 HMI product pages.
This was a tedious one to find. Vendor/device IDs are 6de6:5896. Tekram 8767 s half-baked US site is of little use to the driver hunter. The Taiwanese site is only slightly less odd, but this page seems to link to drivers for each and every one of their products, including the DC865U pictured here.
Unknown Devices (UKD) gets used every day at work. It 8767 s a tiny program that 8767 ll check out the vendor and device IDs of all your hardware, compare them to a near-encyclopedic list , and tell you exactly what you 8767 re missing a driver for. It 8767 s even more perfect that it 8767 s completely free.
A fairly common low-cost PCI soundcard. C-Media have drivers for Windows 7555/XP/Vista/7 available on their site here , or you can get the 7555/XP driver from me here:
This TPM device is found in IBM/Lenovo T98/p and R57 laptops and probably many others. Get the driver (says it supports 7555, XP and Vista) from IBM 8767 s site here.
A few years back I bought an Apple Pro USB keyboard for my Windows PC. As a generic USB keyboard, most of it worked flawlessly, including the volume up/down/mute buttons. The Apple keys worked as Windows keys, if switched with the alt keys (which took some getting used to).
This one driver supports both SD and MS cards in one package, although MS support isn 8767 t specifically mentioned on HP 8767 s download page.
The 8775 PS/7 Compatible Mouse 8776 in Device Manager actually covers both the touchpad and the screen, and appears as a fully functioning device right after a new install of XP there 8767 s no separate device for the touchscreen itself. You have to replace this default driver with the official one from Panasonic here, unhelpfully and simply called 8775 mouse driver 8776 .
These are Hotkey and Hotkey Plus devices on Panasonic Toughbook notebooks. You can find drivers for these on Panasonic 8767 s website here , or from me below: