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  1.    #21

    Good day.

    Another update: DriverStoreExplorer v0.9.39.

    Implement open the folder location menu for driver entry.
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  2.    #22

    Thanks for the heads-up. Found a bunch of obsolete drivers, too. Happy holidays!
    --Ed--
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  3.    #23

    Good day Ed. Happy holidays. I wish the best for you, and everyone here.
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  4.    #24

    Version 0.3.10 is out. Keep an older copy just in case.

    Changelog:


    • Update to use DISM API.
    • Now it always requires Admin permission, Install Driver and Force Remove functionality is gone.
    • Add support for offline driver store.

    Note: this is a version with a lot of changes and maybe buggy.
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  5.    #25

    Whoops. I got an error as soon as I tried to delete two older packages. I guess a fixed version will be released soon.
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       #26

    I cannot find any documentation about DSE in GitHub or by googling. Am I missing something in GitHub?

    I was hoping to find out if DSE can have command switches so I could just run a single command to get its driver list.

    Denis
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  7.    #27

    Try3 said: View Post
    I cannot find any documentation about DSE in GitHub or by googling. Am I missing something in GitHub?

    I was hoping to find out if DSE can have command switches so I could just run a single command to get its driver list.

    Denis

    The closest I could find (a couple of years old though)
    Request: Command line support
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       #28

    Try3 said: View Post
    I cannot find any documentation about DSE in GitHub or by googling. Am I missing something in GitHub?

    I was hoping to find out if DSE can have command switches so I could just run a single command to get its driver list.

    Denis
    You can export it thru the app to a CSV, which opens in Excel or equivalent. Might help. Example from mine:

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	2019-02-12_07h19_06.png 
Views:	1 
Size:	214.5 KB 
ID:	224145

    Which can then be saved as a Text file of various types.
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       #29

    @Try3

    If you want just a dirt dumb list, not very pretty, DISM can do it.

    For a text file to your desktop:

    Dism /online /Get-Drivers /all > Drivers.txt
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  10.    #30

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    @Try3

    If you want just a dirt dumb list, not very pretty, DISM can do it.

    For a text file to your desktop:

    Dism /online /Get-Drivers /all > Drivers.txt
    To add to Dick's comment, in PowerShell:

    Code:
    Get-WindowsDriver -Online | Out-File $env:UserProfile\Desktop\3rdPartyDrivers.txt
    (for 3rd party drivers only)

    OR

    Code:
    Get-WindowsDriver -Online -All | Out-File $env:UserProfile\Desktop\AllDrivers.txt
    (for all installed drivers)
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