Driver? This is a set of files compiled into the program for a particular device.
This program, with the correct installation and compliance of the manufacturer and the model of the device for which the driver is intended, provides Microsoft Windows access to the device.
Without drivers, most modern devices are not recognized by Windows.
In some situations, for example, when deletingInternal device, or when two identical devices conflict, and when updating drivers, you must remove the old device driver from the operating system.
Removal of drivers occurs in the managerDevice management. To enter the Device Manager, start the "Control Panel"? Through the main menu? Start? Or in the folder "My Computer". Select the thumbnail view in the control panel that appears. Or? Large icons? And from the shortcuts that are suggested for launching, select "Device Manager".
In the Device Manager for more convenientMoving through the equipment all devices are ordered by category. In the appeared manager select the device whose drivers you want to permanently delete, for example, the video card is located in the category "Video adapters". Now right-click on the device, and select "Properties" from the context menu.
In the Properties window that appears, click the?Driver? And press the lower button? Delete ?. It is possible that dialogs will appear on the screen depending on the device whose drivers you are deleting. When prompted to confirm that the driver has been completely uninstalled, click Yes? Or? OK ?.