So you’ve tried USB cable debugging and the nightmarish hell that is (or were smart & didn’t try). And your PCs no longer have serial ports. (And yes it’s too slow) So thankfully we finally get network based kernel debugging! Hopefully your network card is supported! Based on list published on MSDN here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/hh830880
And based on vendor IDs published here http://www.pcidatabase.com
So first I map the vendors to their vendor IDs
|Vendor Name||Vendor ID|
I then enumerate the network interface cards using Get-NetAdapter and retrieve the Vendor ID and Device ID from the ComponentID field.
This is probably not an ideal way; as if they update the list this script will not work correctly without an update. But for now it’s easier than checking against the online list of supported network cards.
Download script here http://www.tiange.com.au/NetworkTest.zip