Topic: Vendor and Device list?

Hi forum.
I am using Acronis Universal Restore 10, and sometimes I have some drivers missing while universal restore is occurring, and program gives me a device string or something that looks like this: "pci ven_1002_4380&SUBSYS_14171043&REV_00". Now I know that 1002 is a vendor and 4380 is a device ID, so I was wondering where is the list of Vendors and Device IDs for drivers packs?

Re: Vendor and Device list?

Check the FAQ first.
http://forum.driverpacks.net/viewtopic.php?id=4422

Re: Vendor and Device list?

mr_smartepants wrote:

Check the FAQ first.
http://forum.driverpacks.net/viewtopic.php?id=4422

Thanks mr_smartepants, but I had already read that FAQ. Maybe you didn't understand the question, so I will try to rephrase it (sry, fckit, English is not my native language). I was wondering is there a VEN_xxxx&DEV_yyyy list for drivers that are categorized in folders in driver packs. Like for instance, AUR10 gives me a VEN_xxxx&DEV_yyyy of missing driver, and then I simply check in what folder is the missing driver contained, so I could restore system image in case there is no required driver in AUR10 pack.
... Once I downloaded that list in simple TXT file with folder names/map, VEN_xxxx&DEV_yyyy, but I guess it is not for current release of driverspack (particularly massstorage), and I cannot find a link for that list sad

Re: Vendor and Device list?

Download all the driverpacks and extract them to a folder.
Download Findhwids from kickarse -link provided  (http://www.mediafire.com/?8c2hh92s85ofqt2)
Start the program, choose where the driverpacks where extracted to, choose a path for the csv, and then hit start.
You should get a large csv file of all the hwids and vendors that exist in the packs.

Re: Vendor and Device list?

Sorry, I misunderstood you.
Yes, bigfoot is correct.  The "findhwids" tool is what you want.  I've used it extensively.

Re: Vendor and Device list?

bigfoot wrote:

Download all the driverpacks and extract them to a folder.
Download Findhwids from kickarse -link provided  (http://www.mediafire.com/?8c2hh92s85ofqt2)
Start the program, choose where the driverpacks where extracted to, choose a path for the csv, and then hit start.
You should get a large csv file of all the hwids and vendors that exist in the packs.

Yep, this will do perfectly, and programs offer way more than I need (but it may be useful later)
Thank you guys for helping.