Watch Helpful Driver Guides
We've collected some of the best online video guides available to help you get your computer and devices working in harmony. Whether you're looking to upgrade a driver, replace a driver, or troubleshoot device problems, we've got you covered! You can navigate these videos by selecting your operating systems and/or device type.
How to Update a Device Driver -
This is a guide to installing and updating device drivers in Windows 7.
A PC can connect to an unlimited number of devices. Printers, scanners, DVD players, TV cards, external hard drivers, and so much more. The link between a device and the computer is the device driver. Sometimes a device starts behaving strangely and one thing you can try to fix it is to rollback its device driver.
Easy computer software tips and tricks, this video focus' on how to update Windows XP drivers easily.
Drivers tell your operating system how to interact with and address hardware like printers, scanners, DVD drives, video cards and, well, just about everything. Nearly all the devices that work with your computer use a driver to let the operating system know how to talk to it. Driver updates often fix problems and can sometimes speed up your computer and the devices it uses or even unlock new functionality.
This video Explains How to Install Video Card Drivers.
Nearly every device connected to your computer, be it a printer, an MP3 player or a keyboard, has a device driver that coordinates communication between the device and your PC. Manufacturers update drivers and here's how you can update drivers in Windows 7.
Computers are pretty complex devices. You install software, device drivers, data. You hook up printers and cameras and scanners and more. Sometimes things conflict and it makes using your PC nearly all but impossible. For those times there's Safe Mode. Michael "Doc" Callahan explains how Safe Mode can save you when your Windows computer won't boot up.
This video Explains how to Recycle Unwanted Computer Hardware
Every now and then you'll try to add hardware that Windows simply doesn't recognize. It may be something that's not "Plug and Play" or PnP as it often appears on packaging. It may just be something that Windows doesn't see. In these cases it's handy to know how to add hardware yourself.
This video Explains how to Restore Windows Vista
I'm no expert at this i just had the problem with the sound not working so i looked around abit and found this and i tought i would share it.
Install your Xbox 360 controllers for use with your PC games.