When a driver does not work accurately in Windows Vista, you can power the fitting of the built-in driver that is built-in with the OS. This may also wish to be done when a software driver is causing a clash with another device or a software program on the system. You can power drivers in Vista by initial uninstalling the present driver and then installing the Vista driver for the device.
You can Uninstall Current Driver
Click the "Start" button and write in the word "Device" in the begin Search box. Choose the Device Manager for the list of choice that show.
Click the + sign that is subsequently to the device that wishes to have the driver uninstalled.
Right click on the name of the device, and then choose "Properties" from the context menu.
Go to the Driver tab and click the "Uninstall" choice to take away the driver.
Click the "Start" button and type in the word "Device" in the Start Search box. Choose the Device Manager for the catalog of alternatives that shows. Click the + sign that is subsequently to the device that wants to have the Vista driver installed.
Right click the name of the device and choose the "Update Driver Software" option. Choose the "Browse my computer" alternative, and then choose "Let me choose from a list of device drivers on my computer."
Take away the check that is in the box for "Show compatible hardware," then prefer the driver to fix from the list. Click the "Next" button to go on.
Click "Yes" if a driver warning message shows on the monitor, then stay as the Vista driver is installed.
Lastly go to "Close" button when the driver installation has completed.