If you are planning about how to add legacy hardware Windows 10, this article is just for you. Legacy hardware is hardware that was used in the initial stages but is outdated today. Though it is obsolete, it’s still in use. These drivers are preloaded on your Windows 10 device so that you can opt for any of the legacy hardware according to your preferences.


In this topic, we have provided steps to add a USB Input Device. Make sure that you choose the legacy driver that you want to add. Next, follow the steps provided below to add the hardware.


If you choose the Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced) option, follow the steps below.

  • Click Next once you select the manual installation option.
  • In the following window, search and locate the hardware that you want to add.
  • In case you are unable to find it, choose the Show All Devices option.
  • Click Next.
  • The window named Select the device driver you want to install pops up on the desktop.
  • Choose the Manufacturer from the left panel.
  • Select the Model of your hardware from the right.
  • Once selected, click Next to install the hardware.
  • Wait until the driver gets installed and added to your device.
  • Now, you can see the legacy driver that you added in the Device Manager window.

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