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Now, all you have to to is grab those IDs so you can access them when you configure the policy in the next step. Just click the top ID, shift-click the bottom ID to select them all, and hit Ctrl+C to copy the text.
Fire up Notepad (or whatever you use to store text) and press Ctrl+V to paste the values.
And if you’re collecting IDs for multiple devices, put them in different sections and label them so you can tell which IDs go with which device.
In Device Manager, find the device you want to block updates for.
Right-click the device and choose “Properties” from the context menu.
But if you’ve got the Pro or Enterprise version of Windows, you can tailor your actions a little better by using Group Policy Editor to prevent the installation or updating of specific devices.
And of course, we have a caveat for you right off the bat: setting a policy to disable updates for a device prevents both automatic and manual updates of drivers for that device.
On the device’s properties window, click the “Details” tab.
From the “Property” drop-down menu, choose “Hardware Ids” to display the IDs associated with the device.
Before you get started, though, you should make sure that the device has the driver version you want installed and that everything’s working properly.
Your first step is finding the hardware IDs of the device for which you want to block updates. Hit Start, type “device manager,” and then press Enter or click the “Device Manager” entry.