I have personally faced this kind of problem with my previous laptop, the problem was, the drivers were not compatible with windows 10 and it constantly crashed my laptop and sometimes it even went to blue screen error.
Simple solution is to replace the wifi chip inside your laptop you can do it easily and you can get an upgraded WI-FI 6 standard chip for ...
Based on the fact you have observed the drive does not work in either Windows or Linux, we can say with a reasonable level of certainty that the issue is with the hardware, either the drive or the system components the drive relies upon.
Whichever component is actually faulty, you will need to have a competent computer technician look at the device and ...
On a different machine, you could download the Ethernet ("Ethernet Adapter Driver (Intel)") and/or Wireless ("Wireless LAN Driver (Intel)") driver from the manufacturer's website:
Then transfer the driver(...
Right-click your Start menu, and choose "RUN" type in compmgmt.msc. When Computer Management opens you see, in the left field, Storage -> Disk Management. You should see all the drives to your system in the center field. Under volume you should be able to right-click the drive (DVD) and choose from the list, Change Drive Letter and Path... You ...
Since Window 8.1 is old, it may not have drivers for your PC, and manufacturers would not bother creating them.
Workaround: Try a newer operating system, such as Windows 10, or Linux. In fact, you can use a live Linux USB, such Ubuntu, without having to install it on the HDD. That would allow you to use your PC to browse the web and to download Windows 8.1 ...
Please follow the below steps to resolve the driver issue:
I suggest you download and install ADB and Fastboot drivers from the web. There are plenty available.
Always use a good quality micro USB cable to connect your device to PC.
Unlocking the boot loader of Xiaomi phones is a pain in itseld even without these driver issues.
please follow the below ...
The first was a firmware update, but all of the others were driver updates. I've owned a few computers and it always seems that non-BIOS devices don't need firmware updates.
That's actually not quite true.
The BIOS one on your list is special because it is the only one that actually must store firmware in non-volatile memory. Because it needs to run before ...
The right answers turned out to by the Ricoh PCIe Memory Stick Host Controller version 126.96.36.199 driver that I found on the Microsoft Update Catalog after finding an earlier version on a Sony update site. (It seems similar symptoms can arise from Realtek memory card controllers.)
And the Sony Firmware Extensible Parser Device version 188.8.131.52 that I found on ...
Had this issue. It is related to bluetooth device drivers. My search showed me how people fixed their issue and it was all about installing some drivers + possibly a hack to add a serial port device.
So I checked in my adapter driver setting that manufacturer is Cambridge Silicon Radio. Searching for it I found some additional audio profiles in windows ...
Both the blogpost and the forum post corroborate each other. I ...
Lenovo Support may show drivers that may not apply to your exact computer model,
so installing them will just take a bit of disk space, but for nothing.
Lenovo Vantage will examine your hardware and suggest updates that really pertain.
It is of courseincomplete without Windows Update.
In fact, Windows Update may sometimes offer newer versions than Lenovo ...
You should update drivers according to specific parts vendor(Intel/Nvidia).
In your case Nvidia/Intel provides new better performance updated drivers which pc single manufacturer dont provide and this affect gaming mostly
You can install latest drivers from Intel/Nvidia website and Windows Update
I had the same issue and updating the firmware (EC) fixed mine.
The EC that I used was found here under the firmware tab:
I know it has an old date, but I used the 'winflash' app that is within the archive by clicking the shutdown box and then the start button. When windows came up, ...
Linux does not have a stable driver interface. This is on purpose. The intention is that the drivers should be submitted into the mainline kernel, and kept up-to-date. If for some reason your driver has not been mainlined yet, you'll have to run an old kernel or update it your self.
For more details: https://github.com/torvalds/linux/blob/master/...
Why would you want to disable collaboration and prefer interference - effectively having your wifi and bluetooth shout over eachother?
Your speed will be exactly the same but with collaboration both will have a stable signal as they generously share the same frequency band.
I think your windows installation is corrupted:
Boot to Safe Mode (with necessary drives enabled)
Run an antivirus scan
Determine if the keyboard works
If it doesn't: Perform a Clean Install and check if issue resolves
If it does: System files are okay because if damaged, Safe Mode wouldn't work either
Disable all unnecessary Startup programs, services, ...
It is detected by Linux. You're grepping for the wrong thing. (Think about why lspci shows the device but lspci | grep does not...)
On a laptop, the only device with "VGA compatible controller" will be the one that has the physical video outputs, the one that the firmware and everything will use when only the bare minimum "VGA" drivers ...
When I boot a modern Windows 10 system (which therefore uses UEFI) with a USB drive, I believe the motherboard EFI controller communicates directly with the USB controller until it eventually gets "BOOTX64.EFI" code in RAM, and it then starts the CPU. (I probably should at least write "effectively starts" - Please forgive my ...
Drivers published by Microsoft via Windows Update are not usually the most recent, but they are usually the most compatible and stable.
Drivers published directly by the OEM (usually linked on their site) are usually going to have the most recent features, but could be less stable, sometimes.
I've rarely had any issues with drivers from ...
First you need to know what driver the laptop will need by running this command
lspci | grep Network
it will probably give you something like
Network controller: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8821CE 802.11ac PCIe Wireless Network Adapter
For the installation you need either wired or UMTS/LTE internet access
Then go to this repo and download the ...
[Solution!] I found a solution on my own after messing with this gaming mouse for probably 6 hours. The solution I am a little surprised I didn't think of is trying to run the mouse software in Windows 10. I made a virtual machine that runs Windows 10, and installed the mouse software, worked right out of the box, even though the mouse software were only ...
The version of my driver is 184.108.40.20612. I have tried uninstalling my driver and restarting the PC with no luck. I also tried installing the driver previous version and still no luck. Any idea about what is going on
There is a known issue with older Nvidia drivers with Windows 10 version 2004. You should have never installed Windows 10 version 2004 while ...
In addition to an excellent answer by user1686 which concludes that there is no way to unload it, I'd like to add that normal reboot on Windows 10 does not help either, because Windows 10 nowadays persists some memory and reloads it upon boot up, so the driver ends up in memory even after reboot.
To avoid that, reboot with this command run as admin:
I still am not 100% the root cause, but apparently the dump does not provide a ton of information beyond a Watchdog failure (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watchdog_timer), which means there's some piece of hardware that is failing.
Well no kidding something is failing. I opened a ticket with Microsoft and that's the best they could tell me. They could not ...
The way your post is stated, I am assuming you are on a laptop.
The problem is that your delete key is stuck in the pressing position. As a result, you never get a key_down event registered, and because it is already pressed, any file you click is deleted because that is what the delete key does.
To solve the problem, first plug out all USB devices, ...
There are no drivers for windows 10 for Intel® HD Graphics for Previous Generation Intel® Processors which is your graphics on intel's website
On windows 10 the drivers are automatically installed though, Try going to device manager and update the drivers or start windows update and it should install it.
You may try Intel driver assistant for automatic ...
On Debian 10 Buster I had to perform additional steps when compared to GAD3R's answer:
Blacklist the new modules: add
to some file inside /etc/modprobe.d/.
Update the ramdisk: # update-initramfs -u
Disable the nvidia-persistenced service: # systemctl disable nvidia-persistenced....
This registry key is related to the drivers. During the boot process, the first step to boot the Windows system is to load the drivers marked as bootable drivers then the usual drivers are loaded to the memory. If the registry key has been deleted, they will be recreated during the shutdown process according to the memory. I think it is a expected behavior ...
The most simple method to update the driver is installing Nvidia Geforce Experience
After the install go to "drivers" and you can download the last version available.
Will manually adding the Win-8 Realtek driver to provide network connectivity so that Windows 10 can download the latest drivers?
The drivers on that page are not compatible with Windows 10. You need to download the proper drivers directly from the Windows Update catalog.
Download 6.0.8934.1 CAB for HDA "64-bit Windows 10 version 1903 and later Servicing ...