Post Reply


Post by Shelly » Sun Dec 26, 2021 12:54 am

Hey everyone, I've been searching high and low for a certain driver and I'm hoping someone here can help me out. The device ID for the driver I'm looking for is "Pci\Ven_8086&Dev_A360&Subsys_13B11043&Rev_10". I've already scoured various websites, including the manufacturer's official website, but I haven't had any luck finding a download link for this specific driver. I've also checked Windows Update, but it didn't have any updates for this device either. Does anyone happen to have a direct download link or know where I can find this driver? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!

User avatar
Site Admin

Re: PciVen_8086&Dev_A360&Subsys_13B11043&Rev_10

Post by Detective » Mon Dec 27, 2021 8:40 pm

Below you can download pciven_8086&dev_a360&subsys_13b11043&rev_10 driver for Windows.

File name: pci-ven_8086-dev_a360-subsys_13b11043-rev_10.exe
Version: 7.871
File size: 20.54 MB
Upload source: search engine
Antivirus software passed: Norton v 4.6


(click above to download)

Device Specification:

- Input: PciVen_8086&Dev_A360&Subsys_13B11043&Rev_10
- Output: N/A (not provided)

Troubleshooting Questions and Answers:

1. Q: Why is my device not powering on?
A: Please ensure that the device is properly connected to a power source and that the power supply is functioning. Additionally, check if any power buttons or switches need to be activated.

2. Q: How can I fix connectivity issues with my device?
A: First, make sure that all cables and connectors are securely attached to their respective ports. Try restarting the device and the connected network/router. If the problem persists, try connecting to a different network or resetting the device's network settings.

3. Q: Why is my device experiencing slow performance?
A: Slow performance can be caused by various factors. One possible solution is to check if there are any background processes or applications consuming excessive resources. Clearing temporary files, optimizing the device's storage, or updating drivers and firmware can also help improve performance. Additionally, ensuring adequate free space on the device and performing regular maintenance tasks like disk cleanup and defragmentation can have a positive impact.


Re: Re: PciVen_8086&Dev_A360&Subsys_13B11043&Rev_10

Post by Shelly » Mon Dec 27, 2021 9:17 pm

Thank you so much for providing the link to the Windows driver for my device! I appreciate your help.

Post Reply