the device command into the "config.sys" file for older Windows
operating systems. These commands can define whether the device is
loaded normally or if it is to be loaded into upper memory. The older
operating systems gave lots of flexibility to the user as to how the
drivers were loaded into memory and in what order they loaded.
click on "My Computer" icon on the desktop. Select "Properties." Select
the Hardware tab and click on "Device Manager" to open up the window
that shows all the devices connected to the computer and allows access
to the drivers for these devices.
Locate the driver that you need to install either from the Internet
or on a CD or other media that came with the computer from the
manufacturer. Look at the Device Manager screen and find the device
that has a yellow exclamation point on it indicating that there is a
problem with the driver for that device.
the icon (right click) and select "Update Driver." Read the Hardware
Setup Wizard window that opens and follow the directions carefully.
When asked to have Windows find the driver select "No" and then browse
to the location of the driver that you have. Let the Hardware Setup
Wizard install the new driver and close the Device Manager.
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