Updating drivers for devcon
The command uses the wildcard character (*) to indicate all devices on the system.
Or else, you can also put the entire unzipped Dev Con folder inside your System Drive. driverfiles List driver files installed for devices. enable Enable devices that match the specific hardware/instance ID. Displays both the short name and the descriptive name. Commands: classfilter Allow modification of class filters. disable Disable devices that match the specific hardware/instance ID. devcon -r install %WINDIR%\Inf\*MSLOOP List all known setup classes.I downloaded a fresh tap-windows-9.9.2_3from the website and installed using that. If the tap-windows issues still persist, please file a new bug report.If you need to run Open VPN on Windows Vista/7 64-bit you have to use signed TAP drivers.The command includes the /r parameter, which reboots the system if it is necessary to make the enabling effective.
The following command uses the Dev Con Install operation to install a keyboard device on the local computer.
Examples: List all known PCI devices on the computer pc64.
Update NI Manually update a device without user prompt Set Hw ID Add, delete, and change the order of hardware IDs of root-enumerated devices. It is provided for use as a debugging and development tool.
remove Remove devices that match the specific hardware/instance ID. This creates a new root-enumerated device node with which you can install a "virtual device," such as the loopback adaptor.
restart Restart devices that match the specific hardware/instance ID. devcon -m:\\pc64 find pci\* Install a new instance of the Microsoft loopback adaptor and restart if required.
devcon disable *MSLOOP List all compatible drivers for the device ROOT\PCI_HAL\PNP0A03.