Driver Pit : How to install drivers

We strongly suggest that you read the information that is provided to you by the manufacturer!

There are two ways to install a driver.  It can be installed through setup or manually; the instruction below are for installing a driver manually:

  1. Right click on "my computer"

  2. Choose "properties"

  3. Choose "device manager" (In Windows 2000, you have to choose  the "hardware" tab first and then "device manager"). This will display a list of the devices that are on your computer.

  4. Right click on the device and click  "properties".

  5. Choose "driver" and click "update driver"

  6. You will be asked to browse for the new driver
 
Audio Devices
CD Recorders
CD Roms
Digital Cameras
DVD
IDE Devices
Input Devices
Motherboards
Modem/ISDN/DSL
Monitors
Mouse/Joystick
Network Devices
Notebooks/Laptops
Printers
SCSI
Scanners
USB Devices
Video/Graphics


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this site.  Before you install anything on your computer we STRONGLY suggest that you read the instructions provided by the manufacturer.  We link to the manufacturer's site.  If you have questions or concerns you should consult the support area of the manufacturer.  We are in no way affiliated with any of the companies listed on this site.