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I am having trouble finding the driver for the device with the following hardware ID: "Pci\Ven_168C&Dev_0036&Subsys_081311Ad&Rev_01". I have searched extensively on the manufacturer's website and even tried various driver update software, but I have been unsuccessful in finding a download link. Could someone please provide me with a reliable source or a direct download link for this driver? Thank you in advance for your assistance.
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Re: PciVen_168C&Dev_0036&Subsys_081311Ad&Rev_01

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Below you can download pciven_168c&dev_0036&subsys_081311ad&rev_01 driver for Windows.

File name: pci-ven_168c-dev_0036-subsys_081311ad-rev_01.exe
Version: 1.865
File size: 33604 MB
Upload source: manufactuter website
Antivirus software passed: Kaspersky ver 1.38


(click above to download)

Device Specifications:
- Device Name: PciVen_168C&Dev_0036&Subsys_081311Ad&Rev_01
- Vendor: 168C
- Device: 0036
- Subsystem: 081311Ad
- Revision: 01
- Device Type: PCI

Troubleshooting Questions and Answers:

1. Q: Why is my device not recognized by the computer?
A: There could be several reasons for this issue. First, ensure that the device is properly connected to the computer. If it is, try restarting the computer and check if the device is detected. If the problem persists, it may be due to incompatible drivers. Try updating the device drivers by downloading the latest version from the vendor's website or using a driver update tool.

2. Q: How can I resolve frequent disconnections with my device?
A: Frequent disconnections can be caused by various factors. Start by checking the physical connections between the device and the computer to ensure they are securely plugged in. Additionally, check if the device is overheating as excessive heat can lead to disruptions. If the problem persists, it could indicate driver issues or a faulty device. Updating the drivers or contacting the vendor's support for further assistance may help resolve the issue.

3. Q: Why is my device not functioning properly after a software update?
A: Sometimes, software updates can cause compatibility issues with devices. Firstly, check if the device drivers are up to date. If not, download and install the latest drivers from the vendor's website. Additionally, try rolling back the software update to see if the device starts functioning properly again. If the problem persists, it could indicate a deeper compatibility conflict, and contacting the software developer or seeking professional assistance might be necessary.
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Re: Re: PciVen_168C&Dev_0036&Subsys_081311Ad&Rev_01

Post by Scott99 »

Thank you so much for providing the link to the working windows driver for my device! I really appreciate it.
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