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Has anyone any idea what "further installation" is required and how can this be accomplished?.
What does this note mean?. Some of the devices seem to work OK, some seem to partially work.
I cannot find any information about this logged event in the MS knowledge database s. Do I miss something? I have seen that message a few times when installing new builds , clicking on it just makes it go away and as I have not experienced any problem with any device, I had assumed that windows sorted itself after delivering the message.
Did this solve your problem?
Yes No. Sorry this didn't help. The message is in the device properties under the Events tab.
Video Driver needs further installation
It is not clear if the message is just a log note that is no longer relevant or is a log note of a current condition. I am not comfortable if there are unresolved issues with drivers as they can cause subtle problems that are hard to resolve.
My video card also has this "requires further installation" comment as do the network adaptor and the MS web-cam and microphone. It usually means that some or all facilities are not available, so the device is operating in some sort of degraded mode. Thank you for your response, I did try your suggestion and it reports "Device Software - No Action Needed" so maybe I just should ignore the Event log.
Would be nice to know for sure though.
Fix Device requires further installation in Windows 10
I would consider uninstalling the drivers and looking on manufacturers site I note that you have the latest drivers, but wonder if it is something in the installation. Martmcd - thank you very much. In your first paragraph, I believe that you have identified what I was doing wrong or misunderstanding.
The Event I was looking at was not the final event in the driver installation process but one of the early ones.
If I examine the last log entry for each of these devices, the installation process seems to have completed correctly - status 0x0. Which I assume is OK. I suspect that the scanner not recognising the printer is a different problem and I will chase that separately.
"Device requires further installation" in Device Manager
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You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Martmcd Replied on April 27, Thanks for marking this as the answer. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? Richardicd Replied on April 27, In reply to Martmcd's post on April 27, In reply to Richardicd's post on April 27, I would consider uninstalling the drivers and looking on manufacturers site I note that you have the latest drivers, but wonder if it is something in the installation I am not comfortable if there are unresolved issues with drivers I agree, it is clear that my situation was not the same as you are experiencing.
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