Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Troubleshoot Hardware Problems With Windows Vista Tech Support

If you have recently installed hardware on your Windows Vista system, but it failed to respond to your command, then there might be an issue with its drivers. Drivers are important components that help your hardware to communicate with the computer or laptop and vice versa. In case, you don’t have proper drivers in your system, then the hardware won’t work properly. To update the drivers, you can contact Windows Vista Tech Support or try these methods to update your driver.

Install Windows Updates
Your Windows Vista system gets regular updates from Microsoft that contains updated drivers, security patches and other updated software so that you are able to connect your hardware properly. Therefore, it is necessary that you get the Windows updates installed in your system.

  • Open Start Menu, type Windows Updates in the search bar and hit Enter.
  • Open the first option. This will direct you to Windows Update dialog box.
  • On the left pane, you will see ‘Check for Updates.’ Click on it to open.
  • Your system will provide you a list of updated drivers and other patched available for your system.
  • Now, you can install them by clicking on it and choose ‘Install’ option. Type the administrator password to continue.
  • Once the installation is complete, reboot your Windows Vista computer.
Install Drivers Manually

Another way of installing these updated drivers for concerned hardware through Device Manager. Call on Windows Vista helpline number for any help or follow these instructions.
  • Go to Start Menu and open Control Panel Windows. There you will see a system and Maintenance option. Click on it to open and then go to Device Manager.
  • Here, look for the hardware, which you want to connect and double click on it.
  • Go to the Driver tab and then go to ‘Update Driver.’ Follow the instructions on the screen.
  • Reboot your system once you are done with it.

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