Driver updates in Windows 7, Vista, and XP can be applied automatically by "Windows Update" ("Automatic Update" in XP) or manually upgraded in the Device Manager menu.The steps below detail how to update your drivers both automatically and manually in Windows.Visioneer makes reasonable efforts to verify the accuracy of content and issue resolution in these technical articles but cannot guarantee any matter including accuracy or results.
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Updating Device Drivers Automatically in Windows 7 and Vista Updating Device Drivers Automatically in Windows XPUpdating Device Drivers Manually in Windows 7 and Vista Updating Device Drivers Manually in Windows XPCommunity Q&A Device drivers are programs that enable hardware connected to your computer.
Keeping all of your drivers up to date will allow each device to function properly by resolving errors, bugs, and other outstanding issues.
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