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XP Solving Driver Errors with the Device Manager

If a hardware device driver causes problems, Windows reacts very quickly. STOP errors and unexplained crashes indicate errors that are the result of incorrect drivers or settings. At first glance, it is not at all obvious to the user that a faulty driver is causing such problems, as they are often concealed behind any number of cryptic Windows error messages. A quick look in the Device Manager can shed light on the problem, however, as drivers are always associated with listed hardware devices. In this article, you can learn how to track down, analyse and repair driver errors using the Device Manager and System Information.

Category: Hardware
Issue: 2006 Issue 2 March/April
Operating Systems: XP
Article Reference: X21



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