Windows 10: How can I find out what these "other" devices are?

  1.    13 Sep 2015 #1

    How can I find out what these "other" devices are?


    I gave up on trying to do a clean install, so I just deleted every single program in control panel.

    All of my drivers were either automatically updated or I was able to update them myself.

    These three are listed as unknown. The drivers won't update.

    I ran the Intel Driver Update Utility, and it said no drivers found.

    I checked the Asus driver page, and the driver list barely had anything at all.

    Pretty sure these are named something like thermal, collaborative, and something else.

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  2.    13 Sep 2015 #2

    Are any Device IDs listed in Device Manager?

    If so, a web search may tell you what they are, and give you a clue as to what drivers you need.

    Or, you could fill in your system specs, which may help others to help you.
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  3.    13 Sep 2015 #3

    I did a system restore to get them back.

    Apparently the three were under the category "Intel Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework"

    What is this? I tried searching Intel for these three drivers, but I found nothing related to them.
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  4.    13 Sep 2015 #4

    I'm unfamiliar with them. Quick Googling suggests that they're relevant only for a laptop or other compact format.

    Check with your laptop's manufacturer.
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