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hey No worries for display adapter as it will pick up the drivers automatically if you want to use those specific display adapters driver`s then probaply you need to visit to thevendors website and find out the latest drivers for that it will be difficult to mention other three controllers as u `vent mentioned which three controllers are they
If you ar eusing vista go to the small wireless indicator on your toolbar..dble click it then click connect to network...click on your connecion and it wil as you if you want to save it...probably similiar to XP
I think your best bet would be to disable the network adapter in "Device Manager". Install the driver that you want to use, then restart the PC and see if it sets it up with the driver you want. I don't know if "Vista" has the "Driver Rollback" feature, but if it does you may can try that also. I'm thinking the reason error messages occur when you're trying to uninstall that driver is because it's in use and needs to first be disabled. I'm not too familiar with Vista cause I've heard many bad things about it and didn't want to chance it, so unfortunately I can only give you my best guess ... hope this helps
I would take the dynex back to the store. I have dynex and a brand new netgear router.Netgear is awesome! Wife has netgear and hers is working fine and she is running vista! Im running dynex and nothing but problems so easy fix is replace with netgear. Goodluck kingelviss
Erm, install adapter? I mean, seriously, go the website of the manufacturers that made your bluetooth adapter and search for vista compatible drivers for your blutooth adapter. Once you get a hold of it. install it. It shouldn;t be an issue once you have the proper driver. however, please do revert back to me if you face difficulties. Thank you.
Check to see it hasn't become "Disabled" in Device Manager. if is is, Enable it again.
If necessary Uninstall & Reinstall the "Driver".
Try Booting in Safe Mode with network support... & see if it's OK or not... If it IS OK in Safe Mode, that means that you have a "Driver" conflict to be resolved.
I wonder here if the "Repair Shop" hasn't got some responsibility,indeed it may be something they have done.. or maybe neglected to do.. during the latest "Repair".
I would go back to the shop and politely indicate that it has gone faulty & *never* really worked... (a little white lie) since you got it back.. and it was working 100% A OK B4 they "Fixed" it... & could they please have a look at it for FREE..
If you were MY Client I would have NO problem with that.