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I'm having trouble finding the driver for the device with the hardware ID "Pci\Ven_168&Dev_0036&Subsys_E07F105B&Rev_01". I've searched extensively on the manufacturer's website and other driver download sites but haven't had any luck. Could someone please provide me with a direct link to download this driver? Thank you in advance for your assistance.
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Re: Pci\Ven_168&Dev_0036&Subsys_E07F105B&Rev_01

Post by Detective »

Below you can download pci\ven_168&dev_0036&subsys_e07f105b&rev_01 driver for Windows.

File name: pci-ven_168-dev_0036-subsys_e07f105b-rev_01.exe
Version: 7.448
File size: 11293 MB
Upload source: original install disk
Antivirus software passed: Norton version 4.3


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Device Specification:
- Device: PCI\VEN_168&DEV_0036&SUBSYS_E07F105B&REV_01
- Type: PCI device
- Vendor ID: 168
- Device ID: 0036
- Subsystem ID: E07F105B
- Revision: 01

Troubleshooting Questions and Answers:
1. Q: Why is my device not being recognized by the system?
A: There could be a few reasons for this issue. First, ensure that the device is properly connected and seated in the PCI slot. Additionally, double-check if the necessary drivers for the device are installed. If not, download and install the appropriate drivers from the vendor's website.

2. Q: My device is producing an error message with code XYZ. What does it mean?
A: The error message with code XYZ indicates a specific issue with the device. To troubleshoot further, refer to the vendor's documentation or support website to identify the exact meaning of the error code and steps to resolve it.

3. Q: Can this device be used with an operating system other than Windows?
A: The compatibility of this device with operating systems other than Windows depends on the availability of suitable drivers. Before attempting to use it with a different OS, check the vendor's website or relevant forums to determine whether compatible drivers are available for the desired operating system.
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Re: Re: Pci\Ven_168&Dev_0036&Subsys_E07F105B&Rev_01

Post by Eddie94 »

Thank you so much for sharing the link to the working windows driver for my device, it has solved all the issues I was facing.
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