Almost all drivers in OpenBSD report themselves, so you can grep your dmesg
for message like "foo0 at pci0 dev0 function 0 [PCI Device name from PCI
configuration space] "
$ man autoconf
$ man dmesg

Except dmesg, this information is reported to userspace via /dev/pci and
could be read with pcidump.

$  man pci
$  man pcidump

On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 6:05 AM, Stuart Longland <
> wrote:

> On 16/04/18 08:08, Manuel Solis wrote:
> > Sorry for that, i havent figure it out, maybe i should reinstall windows
> to
> > get the info
> >  My bad.
> Does `lspci` work on OpenBSD?  Failing that, boot a Linux LiveCD and run
> `lspci` there, it'll tell you the chipset; `dmesg` might give you some
> more clues.
> `lsusb` if it's a USB wifi chip.
> --
> Stuart Longland (aka Redhatter, VK4MSL)
> I haven't lost my mind...
>'s backed up on a tape somewhere.

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