How to Install a USB Driver in Windows XP?

Answer The Window XP operating system supports USB devices attached to your computer. USB devices include flash drives, iPods, external hard drives and other hot-swappable electronics. USB 2.0 is the stan... Read More »

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How to Install a Windows Sound Driver?

Most sound cards compatible with Windows are plug-and-play, meaning that once they are inserted into the computer Windows will automatically install the drivers. If the sound driver was not automa... Read More »

How to Install a USB Driver Using Windows 98?

Installing USB drivers in Windows 98 has to be done manually. You'll need to visit your hardware manufacturer's website and download the drivers first. In some instances those drivers aren't made t... Read More »

How to install LAN driver for Frontier (japan) windows 7?

Do you have the motherboard drivers CD that came with the computer, my friend? The LAN driver will be on there. (It MAY be listed as LAN, ethernet, network, or RJ-45.)If you don't have the CD, yo... Read More »

How do I install a second driver into Windows XP?

Open the Device ManagerOpen the Start menu, click on "Run," type "devmgmt.msc" in the search box and then click "OK." You can also open the Device Manager by right-clicking on "My Computer" (in the... Read More »