Start | Run Commands for Windows - Windows CMD - control access.cpl: Add Hardware Wizard: hdwwiz: Programs and Features (Add New Programs) (Add Remove Windows Components) (Set Program Access & Defaults ) appwiz.cpl timedate.cpl: Device Manager: hdwwiz or devmgmt.msc: Device Pairing Wizard: DevicePairingWizard: Digitizer Calibration Tool (Tablets/Touch screens) tabcal: Direct X Control Description of Control Panel (.cpl) Files Apr 16, 2018

Today I tried to run device manager as admin to make some system changes. I can't. In past I could search for it in Start menu, right click and select Run As Admin. That option is gone. I checked, and the Run As Admin option is still avaiable for the "Run" dialog. So the option is not completely lost.

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How to Access Device Manager From the Command Prompt

Powercfg command-line options. 10/27/2017; 13 minutes to read +2; In this article. Use powercfg.exe to control power plans - also called power schemes - to use the available sleep states, to control the power states of individual devices, and to analyze the system for common energy-efficiency and battery-life problems. See if you can find them. If they're not listed in the device manager, y ou can try these suggestions to see what’s preventing the ports from getting displayed in device manager. Method 1: 1. Go to start, type “hdwwiz.cpl” without the quotesand press Enter. This opens Device Manager. 2. Click on View menu and select “Show hidden devices”.