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driverfiles List driver files installed for devices. enable Enable devices that match the specific hardware/instance ID. Displays both the short name and the descriptive name. Commands: classfilter Allow modification of class filters. disable Disable devices that match the specific hardware/instance ID. devcon -r install %WINDIR%\Inf\*MSLOOP List all known setup classes. Examples: List all known PCI devices on the computer pc64. Update NI Manually update a device without user prompt Set Hw ID Add, delete, and change the order of hardware IDs of root-enumerated devices. It is provided for use as a debugging and development tool.

restart Restart devices that match the specific hardware/instance ID. devcon -m:\pc64 find pci\* Install a new instance of the Microsoft loopback adaptor and restart if required.

Windows now has an improved library which can be used in Batch Script for working with devices attached to the system. Windows driver developers and testers can use Dev Con to verify that a driver is installed and configured correctly, including the proper INF files, driver stack, driver files, and driver package.

You can also use the Dev Con commands (enable, disable, install, start, stop, and continue) in scripts to test the driver.

Dev Con is a command-line tool that performs device management functions on local computers and remote computers.

Display driver and device info Dev Con can display the following properties of drivers and devices on local computers, and remote computers (running Windows XP and earlier) − The following command uses the Dev Con Driver Files operation to list the file names of drivers that devices on the system use.