On Wed, 2019-10-30 at 14:42 -0400, Tom Horsley wrote:
Especially since the manufacturers often switch chipsets
without changing the model number :-(.
That used to be a real pain on the few short years that I dabbled with
Windows. You'd buy some hardware, it'd come with a CD-ROM packed full
of drivers for several different versions of your card, and lots of
unrelated hardware. And you'd have to find the right driver to
install, because their routine never polled their hardware to find it
for you, and unless it was a card where you could look at the chips,
you had no clue which one to pick.
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