Where Do I Find Drivers In Windows 10

By Windows 10 comes with an arsenal of drivers — software that lets Windows communicate with the gadgets you plug in to your PC. Normally, Windows automatically recognizes your new part, and it simply works. Other times, Windows heads to the Internet and fetches some automated instructions before finishing the job. But occasionally, you’ll plug in something that’s either too new for Windows to know about or too old for it to remember. Or perhaps something attached to your PC becomes cranky, and you see odd messages grumble about “needing a new driver.” In these cases, it’s up to you to track down and install a Windows driver for that part.

Where Do I Find Drivers In Windows 10

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The best drivers come with an installation program that automatically places the software in the right place, fixing the problem. Asus Transformer Windows 10 Drivers on this page. The worst drivers leave all the grunt work up to you. If Windows doesn’t automatically recognize and install your newly attached piece of hardware — even after you restart your PC — follow these steps to locate and install a new driver: • Visit the part manufacturer’s website and download the latest Windows driver.

You often find the manufacturer’s website stamped somewhere on the part’s box. If you can’t find it, search for the part manufacturer’s name on and locate its website. Look in the website’s Support, Downloads, or Customer Service area. There, you usually need to enter your part’s name, its model number, and your computer’s operating system (Windows 10) before the website coughs up the driver. No Windows 10 driver listed?