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90+ unknown devices in network adaptors


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I noticed the other day, experiencing some installation problems with a usb tethering software, that there are more than 90 unknown devices installed as network adaptors. I checked the hardware ID, which is always "ms_awebrmp".

They cannot be uninstalled.

This comes together with windows trying to unstall a device, each time I start up the laptop. Deinstalling all printer drivers seems to have solved that problem, but I still cant get rid of all those unknown devices.

Anyone knows how to solve that problem? Has this something to do with malware, virus or spyware? (there are no apparent symptons, the laptop works fine).

Thanks for your help and regards.


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