How Can You Fix Multiple Unknown Devices?

Is the view of your Device Manager similar to one of the two examples below?

Many PC users find these Unknown Device issues very annoying and frustrating especially if they have to deal with multiple unknown devices like in the examples below:
Multiple Unknown Devices

One of the main reasons for these issues occurring is due to missing device drivers. These problems mainly occur after PC users upgrade their OS types or format their hard drives. Some PC users tend to manually identify unknown devices and search for device drivers online by means of a trial and error approach.

Since we are not speaking about one unknown device but multiple ones, this method requires so much time and energy and greatly increases the risks of downloading drivers bundled with malicious adware and spyware. Also, if you are someone who doesn’t have much PC troubleshooting experience, even searching for drivers for one unknown device may be a very frustrating task.

If you are a busy person who wants to save time and energy, then we highly recommend you to use a sophisticated driver update tool, Driver Detective – product of DriversHQ (Microsoft Certified Partner). You can even experience it first hand by running a free driver scan. If you do have multiple unknown device problems, this sophisticated tool will detect them and provide you with the scan results similar to the one below:

Multiple Unknown Device Scan

You will notice in this section of the scan results that Unknown Devices are indicated in yellow, as you can see both in the summary at the top as well as within the red rectangle.

If you would like to learn more about the features and benefits of this amazing tool, including a video tutorial, please visit out page “Fix Unknown Device Driver Problems with Ease.”

If you are someone who wants to learn more about identifying unknown devices and searching for their drivers manually,
a good start is our article: How to Identify Unknown Device.