Windows 7 comes with built-in support for drivers through the Windows Device Manager. The easy way to get the drivers is to check Driver Downloads: At the bottom left part of the dialog window, there is an "Update Driver" button. It will search the device drivers available on the Internet, if it finds the existing drivers for your device, it will show you the update version you can then choose to update them. Choose the most appropriate version and click OK. All drivers will be updated.
Once the driver is updated, the program will validate that it works. If something doesn't that you think is incorrect, you can click the "Report a Problem" or "View Problem Specific". Select the problem category you're experiencing, and a description of the problem. And then you can click "Recommend solution". The developer will be notified and will find a solution.
Since the initial installation of Windows 7, the query "Show me all device drivers for XXXX" used to be available as a command line tool called Device Manager. Vista R2 did this through the Windows Vista Device Manager user interface, but later versions of Windows 7 use a new interface called Windows Device Manager.
The first time you use a new device, a pop-up window will require yours. You'll also see a description if is included. You will need to click "Next" to continue. The installer will then ask if you want to repair the drivers or not. If you select "No" to repair the drivers, both the installer and the computer will be uninstalled.
Windows 7 can be updated through the visual menu or command line. For the visual menu, click Start > Control Panel > Programs > Installed > Uninstall a program. Select Microsoft > Windows Update > Check for updates. If you're using the command line, cd to the location of the program and run "update". 7211a4ac4a