The greatest utility every written by master toolsmith and driver expert Mark Cariddi. This utility has two views: (a) one view that will show you the entire PnP enumeration tree of device objects, including relationships among objects and all the device's reported PnP characteristics, and (b) a second view that shows you the device objects created, sorted by driver name. There is nothing like this utility available anywhere else.
What's new in DeviceTree V2.30
Signed the driver and application, updated USB/PCI Ids. Works for XP thru Srv2008R2. 3 Images, x86,IA64,X64 are now provided to cover all platforms
XP, Server 2003 , Vista , Win7, W2K8 X86, X64, and IA64 images supplied
DeviceTree V2.30 Zip Archive, 1976KB
Number Of Downloads
This utility has been downloaded 59008 times.
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12-Dec-14, Sergey Kalkamanov
powerful tool! thanks.
22-Sep-13, Ray Z
good tool for driver devlopen
16-Jun-13, sh y
usefull tool ,very nice
11-May-13, qinghai liu
03-Oct-12, zclsucc zclsucc
My wish is for the search to allow wildcards or partial word searches.
03-Aug-12, Wynn Smith
"Good Tool !"
Very good tool. Thanks for sharing.
11-Jul-12, Ray Z
Windows 8 support anytime soon?
15-May-12, James Austin
Great , Thanks!
07-Mar-12, CHENGXIAO WANG
23-May-11, J T
"feature request :D"
can you create an option to dump the information in xml or a log file? then compare 2 log files using another tool... thanks!
06-May-11, Edgardo, Jr. Diaz
thanks, it is a useful tool
11-Apr-11, l u
Thanks a lot!
Actually the size of this tool is 4.3M.
14-Mar-11, lin juwei
Add Save as text file menu option for the tree. Would be very helpful in resolving driver issues remotely.
20-Jan-11, Vladimir Pastukhov
Great utility, size posted for download is way off (557KB vs. 4.3MB)
03-May-10, Ben Britton
08-Apr-10, HyonIl Ra
"Failed on 2nd run on Win7 x86"
If I close the application and try it again at later time, the error "Cannot start service" will occur. Restarting the machine solve the problem.
07-Apr-10, Rudy Hartono
"Problem with signature in V2.21"
Turns out that the DeviceTree driver was incorrectly signed in the earlier version of this kit. I replaced it today (10/13/2009).
13-Oct-09, Mark Cariddi
"Issues on W2K8 R2?"
I get "cannot start service" followed by "unable to load and start OBJINFO driver" messages on W2K8 R2 x64. This is trying to run it from an administrator command prompt. I tried both the Win7 and WLH versions.
13-Oct-09, Jeff Bromberger
"great! it really helps!"
29-Jul-09, Wilson Hu
"Devicetree does work on x64 os's"
DeviceTree has been tested on x64 os's. It runs on XP-X64 (which is srv2003 x64) and all later X64 Os's. It currently does not support Win7.
11-May-09, Mark Cariddi
very good! thks!
03-Feb-08, zcl zcl
02-Oct-06, biao fan