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This tutorial will also serve perfectly well as a walkthrough for installing any kind of driver like a video card, sound card, etc.The first thing you need to do is to download the latest driver for the device from the hardware maker's website.In Windows 7, hardware management, including updating drivers, is accomplished from within Device Manager. This option will allow you to manually select the driver you want installed - the one you downloaded in the first step.By manually selecting the driver to install, you can be sure that the best driver, the one directly from the manufacturer that you just downloaded, is the driver that will be installed.The instructions given on the manufacturer's website should tell you if the drivers you're downloading are configured this way.If so, there's no reason to continue with these steps - just run the program and follow any instructions.Couldn't find an INF file in the folder you selected from your driver download? This time, however, you want to choose the correct driver and then click the Next button.Try looking in another folder within the extracted drivers. Couldn't find an INF file in any folder from the extracted driver files? Important: Only one compatible driver is listed in my example above.
Important: You must download either a 32-bit or 64-bit driver, corresponding to the type of Windows 7 you have installed.
If you're not sure, see Am I Running a 32-bit or 64-bit Version of Windows? Important: Many drivers available today are packaged for automatic installation.
This means that all you have to do is run the downloaded file, and the drivers will be updated automatically.
A more generic drop-down box and/or the shortcuts on the left to navigate to the folder with the extracted driver files that you created in Step 2.
Important: There may be multiple folders within the extracted folder so be sure to work your way to the one for Windows 7 if it exists.