This is a quick tutorial on uninstalling and reinstalling drivers. Uninstalling and reinstalling drivers will generally fix MOST hardware problems ( ie internet, keyboard, and mouse ). Written Instructions:
- Right click My Computer;
- Click Properties;
- At the top left hand corner click Device Manager;
- Find the device that is causing you trouble and right click Uninstall;
- Click Ok;
- Go to the top of the window and click action;
- Click scan for hardware changes.
Your driver will now be reinstalled. To find updated drivers if there are any, right click the driver and press Update Driver Software.
How to Uninstall and Reinstall System Drivers and Fix Common Hardware Problems
In this tutorial, You will learn How to Uninstall and Reinstall System Drivers and Fix Common Hardware Problems
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