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I have an issue when I start this computer where the monitor that has the designation of Microsoft Basic Display adapter doesn't work unless I go into Device Manager & then uninstall & then rescan the hardware (within Device Manager by clicking on Action, Scan for hardware changes) so that the Microsoft Basic Display Adapter is reinstalled.



So I'm hoping to have a PowerShell or other script written that will uninstall & then reinstall the Microsoft Basic Display Driver by rescanning Device Manager.



I haven't been able to fix this issue by updating the driver associated with the Microsoft Basic Display Adapter. I will then run this script as a task that will run after the system is logged into.



The hardware IDs for this Microsoft Basic Display adapter are:



PCI\VEN_102B&DEV_0534&SUBSYS_06271028&REV_01
PCI\VEN_102B&DEV_0534&SUBSYS_06271028
PCI\VEN_102B&DEV_0534&CC_030000
PCI\VEN_102B&DEV_0534&CC_0300

What further information do you need about the Microsoft Basic Display driver to write this script?

What I have tried:

I haven't been able to fix this issue by updating the driver associated with the Microsoft Basic Display Adapter.
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Updated 16-Feb-22 15:40pm
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Richard Deeming 17-Feb-22 11:40am     CRLF
"What further information do you need ... to write this script?" It doesn't work like that. There are plenty of sites where you can hire a programmer to write code for you; this is not one of them.
Maciej Los 17-Feb-22 15:43pm    
Good point!
Mike Smith 007 17-Feb-22 13:15pm    
Can you provide me with the URL addresses of such sites where I can pay someone to write such a script?
Andre Oosthuizen 18-Feb-22 10:57am    

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