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uffbrosWed Jun-05-19 08:25 PM
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"Device Manager Entry Has ?"


          

I just got this brand new Dell Inspiron Desktop 5676 recently. Just now noticed a ? in Device Manager and I am attaching a pic of that it says. I did a google search and did everything I found there and still no fix. I made an image of my computer and then wiped it out reinstalling Windows 10 1903 18362 145..That is the very latest version of 10. It still remains there. The machine runs fine and all the USB ports work?? Anyone have any other ideas? I doubt Dell would be of any help on this. Thanks.

HP Envy 750-520,Win 10 Pro X64,Intel I7-7700, 8GB DDR4,PC4-19200,Radeon RX 460(2GB GDDR5 Graphics)256GB SSD/1TB Hard Drives

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uffbrosThu Jun-06-19 01:31 AM
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Well after 50 reboots...uninstalling the entry and letting windows reinstall it was still there. I shut down the computer because I needed HDMI cable from monitor to work on a friends computer. I come back 6 hours later and hook my monitor back up and turn the machine on. I checked the device manager to show my kid the problem...and it's gone...entry is gone. Makes no sense..Like I said I rebooted 50 times at least screwing around with this???? What would be the difference in shutting down and rebooting????

HP Envy 750-520,Win 10 Pro X64,Intel I7-7700, 8GB DDR4,PC4-19200,Radeon RX 460(2GB GDDR5 Graphics)256GB SSD/1TB Hard Drives

  

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GreyFalconThu Jun-06-19 12:41 PM
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Glad you got it sorted out even if it was by accident (always keeps you wondering). One good thing about a Dell is easy access to all drivers for that machine if you ever need them and easy Bios updates.

  

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