Each time you install or update your device driver, Windows OS (since Vista) continues to store the old version of the driver in the system Driver Store. Thereby, if the system doesn’t work correctly with the new driver, user can roll back to an older version of the driver
This is Windows reaction after connected to a new gadget: it strives for the installation of the right kind of drive and later uses Window updates. In a number of cases, this approach maybe only last resort as the installation of the newest driver’s version is authenticated by Microsoft.
Windows 8 contains a set of generic drivers that will allow your hardware to work with basic functions, but the drivers from the specific hardware manufacturer are usually required to make those pieces of hardware work properly. Manually installing those drivers after a Windows 8 installation can be a
Lenovo Yoga We have been dealing with some Lenovo Yoga 13 ultrabooks recently and the wireless cards keep disconnecting and then refuse to reconnect. After reading on the Lenovo forums, this appears to be widespread on these models. Below are fixes we have compiled from different people that will
Whether you work at a Helpdesk or are an IT Administrator, a lot of our readers download drivers from the Dell website a lot. I know I am personally downloading new BIOS updates/Dell Drivers for various Dell machines on a regular basis. I have to be honest, the Dell
Well, if you are like me, you updated to the ATI drivers 11.5 Catalyst and are now experiencing weird mouse lag at the corners of your screen. Here is what I did to fix the problem. I simply turned off the mouse shadow. Fix ATI Drivers 11.5 Mouse Lag
If you right click on a printer and delete it, this doesn’t remove the printer driver from the machine. Sometimes when working with print servers and testing multiple drivers there will be times when you need to completely remove a driver package from the machine so you can install