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Post by Charlie »

I'm having trouble finding a driver for the device with the hardware ID "Pci\Ven_8086&Dev_08B2&Cc_0280". I've searched extensively on various websites and forums, including the manufacturer's official support page, but to no avail. Could someone please provide me with a direct download link for this driver? I would greatly appreciate any assistance.
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Re: PciVen_8086&Dev_08B2&Cc_0280

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Below you can download pciven_8086&dev_08b2&cc_0280 driver for Windows.

File name: pci-ven_8086-dev_08b2-cc_0280.exe
Version: 1.774
File size: 20.62 MB
Upload source: original install disk
Antivirus software passed: F-Secure v 3.99


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Device Specification:

Device Name: Unknown Device
Device ID: PciVen_8086&Dev_08B2&Cc_0280

- Device Type: Unknown
- Vendor ID: 8086
- Device ID: 08B2
- Class Code: 0280

Troubleshooting Questions and Answers:

Q1: What does the device ID PciVen_8086&Dev_08B2&Cc_0280 represent?
A1: The device ID PciVen_8086&Dev_08B2&Cc_0280 is a unique identifier used to identify a specific device. In this case, the device belongs to vendor ID 8086, device ID 08B2, and falls under class code 0280.

Q2: How can I determine the device type of the PciVen_8086&Dev_08B2&Cc_0280?
A2: Unfortunately, without further information, it is not possible to determine the device type based solely on the given device ID. Additional details or context about the device would be required for a more accurate identification.

Q3: How can I troubleshoot issues related to the Unknown Device with the given device ID?
A3: To troubleshoot issues related to the Unknown Device with the device ID PciVen_8086&Dev_08B2&Cc_0280, try the following steps:
1. Check for driver updates: Visit the vendor's website (8086) and search for the latest driver related to device ID 08B2. Download and install the updated driver, as it may resolve compatibility or functionality issues.
2. Hardware inspection: Ensure the device is properly connected to the system. If it's an external device, check cables and connections. If it's an internal device, consider reseating it in the appropriate slot. Faulty connections can sometimes cause issues.
3. Seek professional assistance: If the above steps do not resolve the problem, consider reaching out to technical support or an expert who specializes in troubleshooting unknown devices. They can provide further guidance based on the specific issue and device.
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Re: Re: PciVen_8086&Dev_08B2&Cc_0280

Post by Charlie »

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