How to Manually Install a Driver in Windows?

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To manually install click systems through start then control panel. Click device manager through the hardware tab, find the driver to update, click on it and go to driver tab and click update. Using the pop up screen select 'Install for the list or specific location' and click next. Uncheck search removable media then check 'include this location on the search, browse to find your saved driver. Click next for installation then reboot for the device to work well.
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1. Insert the driver installation CD into the computer's disc drive. The driver installation wizard will load onto the screen. If you don't have the CD, you must download the file
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1. Click "Start, "Settings" and "Control Panel. Double-click "Add New Hardware. 2. Click "Next" twice to make Windows 98 search for the device whose
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Insert the disk provided with hardware then follow the prompt or, In the control panel, select add new hardware wizard. Select Next. Select search for and install the hardware automatically
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