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Device manager: "Corsair Bus"


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#1 gingerbob

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Posted 28 December 2016 - 02:25 PM

Hello

 

i have a corsair mouse that has been behaving odd, it disconnects on startup and reconnects so I went on a investigation and found something called corsair bus inside system devices under device manager.

 

Is this normal procedure of a USB mouse to mount under system device??

 

INFO:

inf name

oem24.inf

 

Driver files:

C:windows\system32\DRIVERS\CorsairVbusDriver.sys

 

parent

HTREE\root\0

 

siblings

ROOT\volmgr\0000
ROOT\BasicDisplay\0000
ROOT\CompositeBus\0000
ROOT\vdrvroot\0000
ROOT\spaceport\0000
ROOT\KDNIC\0000
ROOT\UMBUS\0000
ROOT\ACPI_HAL\0000
ROOT\BasicRender\0000
ROOT\NdisVirtualBus\0000
ROOT\mssmbios\0000
ROOT\SYSTEM\0000
ROOT\SYSTEM\0002
ROOT\RDPBUS\0000
SWD\RADIO\{3DB5895D-CC28-44B3-AD3D-6F01A782B8D2}
SWD\MMDEVAPI\MicrosoftGSWavetableSynth
SWD\IP_TUNNEL_VBUS\IP_TUNNEL_DEVICE_ROOT
SWD\PRINTENUM\PrintQueues

 

 



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Posted 29 December 2016 - 09:31 AM

Uninstall the driver in the Device Manager, then restart the computer.  When Windows is restarted it will install a new driver.

 

Is this mouse a wireless model?


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