Quote: Originally Posted by TheReaper
You can indeed rollback the drivers if they are not working correctly.
BIOS is not in device manager, 'cause you can't update it like that; it's the first code run by the PC at boot-up.
Bios is updated by flashing the EEPROM with a newer version, if you've never done it before, I wouldn't recommend doing it yourself- if done incorrectly it can make your motherboard unusable.
just to clarify, after I update, the previous driver files are saved and I can restore them through Device manager.
Quote: Originally Posted by thefabe
Usually you can see the bios version on startup it flashes by rather quickly. The thing though with updating your bios is you really don't need to do this unless the newer version addresses a specific problem you may be having. Updating your bios is more involved then updating drivers and if not done correctly can render your system inoperative.
As far as updating drivers once you have found the version and the date if the driver on the site is a newer one, you can simply download the driver from the site,save it to your desktop then go back to where you found the original version and click on update driver software and follow the prompts and direct it to where you downloaded the newer version.
Where is the drivers folder?
So I will be able to direct the installation...