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Jan 10, · need vid_1f3a_pid_efe8 driver usb driver. plzzzzzzz any one help when i connect table its asking vid_1f3a_pid_efe8 usb dives drivers The Following User Says Thank You to sunil For This Useful Post: atos , #CHAIN No Life Poster. Join Date: Apr Mar 07, · the complete id of the device in device manager is "USB\VID_1F3A&PID_EFE8". and i am wondering if anyone has or know where could i find the suitable driver for that id. thanks a lot xgeek. Z. ziddey Senior Member. Aug 26, 1, 1, Jan 13, at AM #2 said. Oct 30, · Re: USB Device(VID_1f3a_PID_efe8) - HP Support Community - Hi Go into Device Manager, right click on the problem device and select Properties. Click the Details tab, choose Hardware Ids from the dropdown box -
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Hi My printer is not working Epson XP connected wirelessly but I am also getting a computer error as above and any attempts at googling it seem to just throw up many people try to sell me driver installing software without telling me what it is.
It looks like a navidia driver, but I am not sure. Do you think both errors are connected or have I got separate issues Any ideas please. I have rebooted without any change.
Good question. Do you use a wifi USB connection? If yes, and you remove it and reboot does the yellow flag go away? I see which way you are going. I had a bit of a clearout of programs I hadnt used for a while, including some epson stuff I did not think I needed, but the usb error is still there, but may well be connected to the same thing.
I checked the driver of the usb controller and it said it was up to date. I once uninstalled my Webcam when doing this which produced a section of Other Devices with a yellow alert next to the Webcam. Can you see anything in that format relating to the problem device? Sorry Paul that is all I can see after doing run misinfo32 etc.
I read the link and decided to uninstall and reinstall the driver, but the whole thing has gone, so how can I install a new driver.
Maybe I should have left it alone. I could do system restore I suppose, but the problem has never caused me any grief, and we dont know what it is anyway, so should i just leave it. Use your restore point to reinstate it then right click on it — select Properties and under the Details tab use the dropdown to select Hardware Ids. It gets worse System restore says it failed and my files had not been changed 0xc yet the offending item has reappeared in System information under problem devices which is where it was before.
Going into details ,bringing down Hardware Ids shows only the details I started with USB device vid-1f3a-PID-efe8 Googling that is where I started when most items were driver programs trying to flog me there wares. If you have a cable, uninstall the USB device in Device Manager, shut down — switch the printer on and wire to the computer then switch on the computer. I dont understand how the restore is supposed to have failed but the offending device is back in device manager, and still fails to start.
I dont have a cable for the printer as it is wireless only, and the printer works fine even with the device being not started. The name of the USB in device manager is as per the title thread. While you can normally go to AMD and use its auto detect, in the first instance you should go to the computer support site for your model and check for the video driver download. It is a Packard Bell desktop, and I have today sent a request to them about the problem, I await a reply.
In reply to jwoods, yes I looked at that. I can see how to uninstall but not sure how to get windows to reinstall them and should I do it one at a time or collectively, and you must remember that such actions make me nervous due to my limited knowledge. Such articles are aimed at the more experienced. Also whatever this item is it does not seem to be affecting the day to day running of the computer whether it is uninstalled or not, so in some respects I am reluctant to do anything at all.
I think I will wait for Packard Bell to reply before I go any further. Thank you. I have had a reply from Packard Bell which is disappointing to say the least.
They simply say I should Do system restore with no attempt to identify the problem device or driver. I did not notice the exclamation mark in Computer until I went into Devices and printers when I had the problem with my printer Which turned out to be my fault because I had uninstalled too much epson stuff.
However I decided to do a restore in safe mode as someone had suggested and lo and behold it failed again. I then decided to once and for all disassociate the problem from my printer failure and I completely uninstalled everything Epson from the comp and reinstalled it from my disc.
The printer is fine and the exclamation mark against the device is still there. The only thing left for me to try is the suggestion in the link given earlier to cure a code10 was to uninstall each of the items in device manager USB. The title USB device with the error….. Apart from the logitech nothing means anything to me.
I can uninstall each of them in turn but can anyone show me how to get them back as that is what is suggested in the article, and also is it worth doing anything at all, in view of the fact the problem does not seem to be causing any bother apart from driving me round the bend and touching my curiosity. Note: You will lose function of your USB devices mouse, etc.
You may also need to use the TAB key to get to the red button in the lower right hand side of the menu screen to actually shutdown or restart. I have printed off the instructions which seem straight forward, but the point about the keyboard seems valid. However before I do a full try I would like to run something by you. I have uninstalled the offending usb device, restarted my computer and it has gone, but there is no attempt to reinstate by windows.
I also take note of you saying I would lose my mouse, and I now recall about 2 months ago my mouse stopped working, and not knowing about reinstalling drivers etc, I got my mouse from my old computer which I keep on standby running Vista. I simply unplugged my mouse and plugged in the old one. I think windows automatically set it up and away I went.
I wonder if the offending item could be a throwback from the other mouse. In any case the offender has gone and everything seems to be fine. What are your thoughts please. Just as a further to that I have just checked my mouse and keyboard and they have green and purple plugs going into other areas.
I thought that may be the case. I take it they are not part of the USB section in device Manager, so my theory is off piste. I hope that helps someone. Drop me a line if it does. We develop android apps for such things. Please follow the - Lounge Rules - no personal attacks, no swearing, no politics or religion. You can use BBCodes to format your content. Your account can't use Advanced BBCodes, they will be stripped before saving.
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March 17, at am Reply Quote. There may be something for both in Event Viewer which is where I would check. Have you tried rebooting the computer to see if the error reappears? March 17, at pm When you reinstalled the printer you would have gotten those Epson bits back. March 18, at am March 18, at pm March 19, at am Try doing the restore in Safe Mode. Sometimes an AV program will interfere with a restore point.
Do you have an USB cable for your printer? March 19, at pm Windows must be trying to load something for that USB to have come back on its own. March 20, at am March 20, at pm You could try rolling back the driver to see if that does it. March 21, at pm You may have to reinstall the Logitech Webcam as Windows may not reinstate that. March 22, at am Group "L" Linux Mint with Windows 8. March 22, at pm