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Troubleshoot Windows Vista drivers with Driver Query and DriverView [video]

When Windows Vista was first released, many early adopters complained of device driver incompatibilities with older hardware. Since then, most hardware vendors have released updated, Vista compatible drivers, but unfortunately even updating your drivers doesn’t always put a stop to erratic driver behavior.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor on

When Windows Vista was first released, many early adopters complained of device driver incompatibilities with older hardware. Since then, most hardware vendors have released updated, Vista compatible drivers, but unfortunately even updating your drivers doesn’t always put a stop to erratic driver behavior. In this IT Dojo, Bill Detwiler shows you two handy tools that can help you solve those pesky Vista driver problems–Driver Query and DriverView.

For those of you who prefer text to video, you can also read Greg Shulz’s article, “Troubleshoot Vista system drivers more efficiently with these tools,” on which this video is based.

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