#1 Make Sure All You Device Drivers are up to date;
After installing windows 10, you will need to ensure that windows and device drivers are up to date.
At the left side of the panel, you will see windows update. Click on it and check for windows update and allow it to download and install after seeing them.
To ensure that all your device drivers are up to date, you will have to navigate to the device manager of windows. You can do that in 3 ways.
- Press and hold the start + R. A run dialogue box will pop up and then type “Devmgmt.msc” without the quotes.
- You can also click on the search button and type “Devmgmt.msc” or enter device manager in the search.
- You can also press and hold the start button + X or right click on the start button, there will be a popup scan thru and you will see device manager.
If your device drivers are up-to-date or its required software has been installed, you will see it as you have it in the image below, but if it’s not you will see a question mark.
Windows will periodically provide updates for device driver via windows updates as well a bug fixes.
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