You can use Windows Device Manager to fix the name of the assigned USB device. Right-click on "Computer", then select "Manage", select "Device Manager" in the window that pops up, locate your USB device in Device Manager, right-click on it, then select "Properties", select "Device Installation Settings" in the window that pops up, then check "Always use the name of this device", and finally click "OK".
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You can do this by setting fixed names for USB devices in Windows 10. Here's a simple step:
Determine the device ID of the USB device you want to fix the name of
First, you need to find the device ID of the USB device you want to fix the name of. You can use the following steps to find the device ID:
1, Insert USB device
Open Device Manager(press Windows + X, then select "Device Manager")
Locate your USB device in Device Manager, right-click on it, then select "Properties"
In the "Details" TAB, Select the Device Instance Path property. Copy the value of this property, it should be something like "USB\VID_12D1& PID_1F01& MI_01\7& EBBC724& 0& 0001 "
Create an alias for the device name
Once you have the device ID, you can use the following steps to create an alias for the device name:
2, Open "Computer Management"(press Windows + X, then select "Computer Management")
Select "Device Manager" and locate your USB device
Right-click the device and select "Change Settings"
In the "General" TAB, Select the Change Settings button
In the Drivers TAB, select the Details button
In the Physical Device Object Name property, enter the alias you want to assign to this device. For example, if you want to name this device "USB Joystick 1", restart your computer by typing "USB Joystick 1"
After you have completed the above steps, restart your computer and the USB device should be fixed with the alias you set for it.
after the computer management and right-click does not change the Settings option
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This is because the Windows operating system assigns device names based on their physical connection order. If the USB devices are inserted and removed in a different order each time, Windows will reassign the names.
To fix the name of your USB device, try the following:
Create a unique device name for each USB device: You can create a unique device name for each USB device in the device Manager to ensure that each device has a unique name, regardless of the physical connection order. Open the Device Manager, locate your USB device, right-click and select Properties, select Physical Device Object Name from the Details TAB, then locate the name in the box on the right and copy.
Use third-party tools: There are third-party tools that can help fix the USB device name. For example, USBDeview is a free tool that lists all USB devices connected to your computer and allows you to create custom names for them.
Using a USB Hub: If you are using a USB Hub to connect multiple USB devices, you can try using a single USB Hub with fixed ports. In this way, each USB device will be plugged into a fixed port and assigned the same name each time it is plugged in and removed.
Hope these methods were helpful!