In This Chapter
• Solving device dilemmas with Device Manager
• Getting your head around device drivers
• Learning the fine art of locating device drivers on the Web
• Troubleshooting hardware problems by updating device drivers
• Troubleshooting new hardware problems by rolling back a device driver update
If you buy Windows-friendly devices, you should have a mostly trouble-free computing experience. Of course, mostly doesn’t mean completely because hardware is not foolproof—far from it. Things still can, and will, go wrong, and when they do, you’ll need to perform some kind of troubleshooting. (Assuming, of course, that the device doesn’t have a physical fault that requires a trip to the repair shop.) Fortunately, ...