Description: The Device Manager run command is handy to know for starting the Device Manager, updating drivers, and more. To use the Device Manager run command enter devmgmt.msc into a command prompt. You can also open Device Manager in Windows 10, 8, 7, and Vista using a Control Panel applet.
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Description: In Windows Vista, you'll find Device Manager towards the bottom of the window. In Windows XP, you have a few extra steps since Device Manager isn't as easily available in your version of Windows. From the open Control Panel window, select System , choose the Hardware tab, and then use the Device Manager button.
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Description: Device manager is the one where you can manage the software for various hardware devices that are part of your computer system, like keyboard/mouse/finger print scanner. The run command for device manager is devmgmt.msc. This works as CMD command too for opening device manager.
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Description: 5. Run the Device Manager from Control Panel’s Devices and Printers section. If you like the old-style Control Panel, open it and navigate to its Hardware and Sound settings category. Then, click or tap the Device Manager link found under Devices and Printers.
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Description: Once open, run the following command, and Device Manager will open. devmgmt.msc. Bonus method: Device Manager path. There is one other way you can open Device Manager though after the Control Panel method, this is the next in line to being least convenient. In File Explorer, navigate to the following location.
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Description: Tip: There are two options called Device Manager, and both of them can be used to achieve the goal. Way 4: Access the tool in Computer Management. Step 1: Open Computer Management. Step 2: Click Device Manager in the system tools. Way 5: Access Device Manager via Run. Press Windows+R to display Run, input devmgmt.msc and tap OK. Way 6: Open ...
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Description: Click the Device Manager tab. OR. Open the Control Panel. In the Control Panel, double-click the Systems icon. Click the Device Manager tab and you'll see something similar to the example below. Once in the Device Manager, you can start identifying problems in Windows Device Manager. How to Identify problems in the Windows Device Manager.
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Description: There are many ways to start device manager, but fortunately there’s at least one way that works on all versions of Windows from Windows XP through Windows 10. To Start Device Manager. Open the “Run” dialog box by pressing and holding the Windows key, then press the R key (“Run”). Type devmgmt.msc.
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