Unknown Device Identifier is a small, useful utility that will help you to identify unknown devices in your system, especially after you have reinstalled your Windows and cannot find out what hardware is behind all the yellow question marks in Device Manager.
Unknown Device Identifier allows you to identify these unknown devices. You will receive a detailed report indicating the manufacturer, OEM, device type, model and even the exact name of the device.
With the collected information, you can easily get in touch with your computer hardware manufacturer for support or find the appropriate drivers in a few clicks of the mouse on the Internet.
With this utility, you can immediately convert your unidentified equipment into identified known devices and find the appropriate drivers on the Internet or contact the manufacturer or retailer. Known devices defined by Microsoft Windows will also be analyzed regardless of the operating system version.
You can also make a full backup of all drivers from My Drivers after you have identified all unknown devices and installed the correct drivers for them.
In order to make it possible to develop the drivers and then restore them from the backup, you will need to download an additional utility from the manufacturer's website. You can do that right out of the program.
- identifies the USB 1.1/2.0/3.0 device;
- identifies IEEE 1394 devices;
- identifies the ISA Plug & Play devices;
- identifies devices on the AGP bus;
- identifies PCI, PCI-E, eSATA devices;
- multilingual interface: English, French;
- Search for drivers for PC hardware;
- direct contact with the seller of the equipment;
- save or print out information about the equipment;
- the ability to back up the selected driver.