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How do you know which drivers are needed

How do you know which drivers are needed

It often happens that you have installed some new equipment in the computer system unit, and Windows categorically refuses to recognize it properly and can not install the appropriate drivers.

Well, if the hand is a CD with the drivers from the manufacturer.

instructions

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There are at least three simple waysfind out which drivers need a new device. Refer directly to the official website of the manufacturer. Go to the Support, which is on each site and look for the description, instructions and the latest drivers for your device. Download them to your hard drive, unzip and install the standard Windows tools. New equipment must be defined and earn.

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If you do not know the equipment manufacturer,use another way to find out which drivers need unidentified device. To do this go to? The Windows Device Manager (My Computer? Properties? Device Manager). Find the unknown device and open its properties. Click the? Information in the field? Select Property? ID equipment. Of all the emerging below lines of text copy first, pushing it right mouse button and selecting the? Copy. Open your browser and go to the Device Search Site code: http://devid.info/. In the field? Search paste the string with the code that appears in the table of results found choose whichever driver. Download and install it into the system.

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However, the easiest and most convenient option thatcan not only find out which drivers are needed for your hardware, and will automatically install or update them? use managers to install drivers, such as DriverPack Solution or SamDrivers. You can download them for free. A benefit of using them is obvious: they automatically install the drivers for the vast majority of components and thus save your time. In case you suddenly need to roll back the drivers installed before running managers create another system restore point.

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