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If you want to remove that device driver you can create a task containing the following command: parameters specifies all or part of a hardware ID, compatible ID, or device instance ID of a device.
The specified hardware ID must exactly match the hardware ID of the device. Do not type a single quote character (') to indicate a literal value.
I downloaded a fresh tap-windows-9.9.2_3from the website and installed using that. If the tap-windows issues still persist, please file a new bug report.
Today i came across a problem with a device driver on a remote computer.
To have Dev Con reboot the system, add the conditional reboot parameter (/r) to the command.
This section provides examples of the following Device Console (Dev Con.exe) commands: Example 1: Find all hardware IDs Example 2: Find hardware IDs by using a pattern Example 3: Find hardware IDs by using a class Example 4: List classes on the local computer Example 5: List classes on the remote computer Example 6: List the devices in a device setup class Example 7: List the devices in multiple classes on a remote computer Example 8: List all driver files Example 9: List the driver files of a particular device Example 10: List driver packages by hardware ID pattern Example 11: List driver packages by device instance ID pattern Example 12: List resources of a class of devices Example 13: List resources of device on a remote computer by ID Example 14: Display the driver stack for storage devices Example 15: Find the setup class of a device Example 16: Display the stack for related devices on a remote computer Example 17: Display the status of all devices on the local computer Example 18: Display the status of a device by device instance ID Example 19: Display the status of related devices on a remote computer Example 20: Find devices by hardware ID pattern Example 21: Find devices by device instance ID or class Example 22: Find (and find all) devices in a setup class Example 23: Display the filter drivers for a setup class Example 24: Add a filter driver to a setup class Example 25: Insert a filter driver in the class list Example 26: Replace a filter driver Example 27: Change the order of filter drivers Example 28: Enable a particular device Example 29: Enable devices by class Example 30: Disable devices by an ID pattern Example 31: Disable devices by device instance ID Example 32: Update the driver for communication ports Example 44: Forcibly update the HAL Example 33: Install a device Example 34: Install a device using unattended setup Example 35: Remove devices by device instance ID pattern Example 36: Remove a particular network device Example 37: Scan the computer for new devices Example 38: Restart a device Example 39: Reboot the local computer Example 40: Assign a hardware ID to a legacy device Example 41: Add a hardware ID to all legacy devices on a remote computer Example 42: Delete a hardware ID from all legacy devices on a remote computer Example 43: Add, delete, and replace hardware IDs Example 44: Forcibly update the HAL Example 45: Add and Remove Driver Packages Because Dev Con operations use IDs and ID patterns to identify devices, a common first step in using Dev Con is to create a hardware ID reference file for devices on the computer.
To display user prompts during an update, use Dev Con Update.