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- Make sure you have enough empty space on discs - Open task manager and close any unneccesary processes running in background Delete all unnecesary applications - Upgrade hardware (RAM, CPU, graphics card, etc.) - Uninstall unnecessary programs (Games, crapware, toolbars, etc.) - Click start>Run.. Type msconfig>enter>Start Up. Uncheck the boxes for the programs that you think you may not use often - If this didn't help you then simple get the Intel software partner Reginout to fix all registry issues which causing your window slow
Go back into Device Manager. Click on the "+" sign where you saw the yellow!. This will bring up your device. Right click on it and click on "Update Driver". Also, you can uninstall driver, reboot and your Plug and Play will load driver. Sometimes that is all it needs.
for installing the driver you should know the make of display chip, sound chip, ethernet or others to do this you can install the driver detective like programes after knowing it can go to the site and find it easily
http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Downloads/Category_Download.aspx?MenuID=6&LanID=0 ---here is the site of ECS, you can download here your driver. Just Choose from the drop down boxes your Product Category, the Model of your ECS Laptop and Version if any and click on next and your driver will appear. Hope this helps.