USB devices have become ubiquitous and often essential to our work. Sometimes, they start showing errors that can cause massive delays and disruptions to workflow. Sometimes you may be facing some issues related to some USB device but may be unsure of which device is causing the problems. USBDeview is a simple tool that can be helpful in such situations.
USBDeview is a simple tool that can help you diagnose any issues with USB devices as well as help you solve them in some ways. This is a simple tool that displays a list of all the USB devices that are currently plugged into your computer as well as a history of all the devices that were ever plugged into your computer. The list contains the device name, description, type and connection status. This will likely be a long list, so you can sort using these criteria to find what you need. If you sort by Connected, you can immediately separate the devices currently connected. If your computer is not able to recognise any of your USB devices, one common solution is to reinstall the device driver. USBDeview allows you to uninstall the device driver. Then you can reinstall driver provided by the manufacturer, or restart Windows and plug in the device so that Windows automatically fetches the driver automatically. USBDeview also allows you to safely disconnect the device so that you can unplug it without any data loss. You can also disable the device temporarily.
You can perform these functions from Device Manager, but USBDeview presents a neat list with sorting options. The description helps you easily find the device you are looking for. You can also reassign the drive letters that are assigned to a USB storage device. For advanced users, it allows you to open the registry entry associated with the device in Registry Editor. It also has the option to execute a command every time a particular USB device is connected or disconnected. It also has benchmark option to test the performance of your USB drives. It is useful to know the speed of your drives if you are planning to use them for running portable applications or holding your Steam library. You can also export the entire list of the devices as an HTML page. This is useful if you are sharing your device information with someone for remote troubleshooting.
|USBDeview 2.80 Mar 18, 2019|
|USBDeview 2.79 Jan 23, 2019|
|USBDeview 2.78 Nov 29, 2018|
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