The hardware code USB\VID_0489&PID_E097 is like the ID of this hardware. It’s kind of like an ID that tells your computer what type of wireless stuff it has inside. Now, the important part is the Broadcom BCM4356A2 chipset. Think of it like the bain of the wireless feature.
This brain helps your computer connect to the internet through two different frequencies, kind of like having two channels on your radio. One is the 2.4GHz channel, and the other is the 5GHz channel. It also supports Bluetooth 4.1, so you can connect wireless devices like headphones or speakers. Likewise see also the cp2102 driver download on here. Additionally there are also the hardware ID’s called USB\VID_0489&PID_E097 as well as the hardware ID as you can see as follows USB\VID_04CA&PID_2013.
This cool wireless thing isn’t just in your computer; it’s also in some Acer laptops, like the Aspire V 15 Nitro VN7-592G. But wait, it’s not just Acer – it’s also in other devices like the Asus ZenBook UX305UA and the VivoBook S15 S510UQ.
Now, let’s break down that ID code into four parts. USB means it connects through a Universal Serial Bus, kind of like how you plug in your phone to charge. VID_0489 is like the manufacturer’s ID, telling us that a company called Foxconn made this. PID_E097 is the product ID, revealing that it’s the BCM4356A2 NGFF module – NGFF just means it’s a small-sized wireless card. Lastly, REV_0001 is the version number, letting us know it’s the first version. See also the tl-wn722n not detected Windows 10 on here.
To make this wireless thing work, you need to install some special drivers and firmware – think of them like the instructions that help your computer talk to this wireless feature. You can get these from the Acer website or from a place called GitHub. Lastly also see the USB\VID_13D3&PID_3484 as well as the FT240X.