How to Resolve Driver Problems – Drivers are small bits of data used to tell the operating system how to properly communicate with a given piece of hardware. Windows 7 comes with a large library of built-in drivers that are frequently updated by Microsoft, though some companies provide individual drivers for their own devices. This is especially true with newer hardware that hasn’t been integrated into Windows via an update. USB webcams, gaming mice, specialized keyboards, and other devices that do more than just plug in and go may require custom drivers to operate properly on Windows. Rolling back drivers is something that no one enjoys having to do; in most cases, drivers are rolled back because an update either broke or altered the way a device functions that doesn’t improve the user’s experience. Here, we gently go over how to roll back a driver in Windows 7. You can watch the entire live TLDR episode here: http

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