Question about Philips Computers & Internet
Try to uninstall the drivers and reistall them again, or try to update them.
Just click on the start menu button and then right click on MyComputer, then click on manage, then click on device manager on the left side (you can easily find that), then you can see list of all the drivers installed on your PC, right click the philips driver ( it will be under audio or video category if it related to your display screen or to your speakers, or you can choose the appropriate category) and then click on update driver or uninstall. If you click on update drivers then do the recommended options and it can find the drivers itself but if you are uninstalling it then after uninstallation you have install the drivers throgh setup or CD provided with yor philip equipment.
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Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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