Updating of system drivers 2 in 1

Device drivers play a vital role in Windows operating system’s performance and stability.It’s important to have correct and latest device drivers for the smooth functioning of your Windows 10 computer.Right click on the hardware device you wish to update and choose Update Driver Software4.Choose to select the location of the new driver manually and browse to the folder where you extracted the driver5.Since most PC users never bother to manually update device drivers, Microsoft has configured Windows 10 to automatically download device drivers via Windows Update and install them.With default settings, Windows 10 automatically downloads and installs device drivers as well as device driver updates.

Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer.As the installation process is most of the times quite risky, this step should be taken by users that have the ability to successfully complete the update; regular users may initiate it at their own risk.Moreover, it's best that this task be performed in a steady power environment such as the one ensured by a UPS unit.Yesterday when i updated from the current recommended drivers (i think 18.9.3) to the newest optional drivers ( 18.11.2) i used the clean install option and my computer started to blue-screen continuously unless i disable my AMD graphics card in safe i went to try and reinstall the cards drivers (after i had uninstalled everything using ddu in safe-mode) it blue screened with an system_thread_exception_not_handled blue screen error.when i try and boot it up again it will make it to the login screen but the moment i log in it will blue screen again but with the error thread_stuck_in_device_driver instead.

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