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DevCon - How to use ?

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Hi i have downloaded DevCon from Microsoft. It has downloaded a ZIP file. I have extracted these files... what do i do next ?

How can i use DevCon from the command line, it still does not see it installed :)

Any help much appreciated.

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You mean http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;311272 ("FILE: DevCon Command Line Utility Alternative to Device Manager")?

>>How can i use DevCon from the command line

Extract/move the files to any folder in your PATH (or %WINDIR% - maybe "system32") and just type

devcon

on the command line.
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Oh, BTW, make sure to only extract/install/copy/move the "DevCon.exe" from the i386 folder, the other one is for Alpha processors.
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Great thank you !
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