i do not know about my computer model how i can install drivers

i do not know about my computer model how i can install drivers
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  1. Is it a custom PC or pre-built? If it is the latter, what make and model? You can usually find out which parts it has based on that info although some models come with different CPUs, GPUs and other parts but they are usually the same motherboard and all the drivers will be on the manufacturer's site. What operating system does it have? If it is Windows, you can find out what some of the parts are in the device manager. Windows also installs most of the drivers but if you need something like a GPU or wifi card driver, the simplest way is to open up the case and look at each part.
  2. Go into Control Panel>System>Hardware>Device Manager, find the first device you want to update then right click that and go to Properties.

    Click the Details tab, then scroll to Hardware IDs and note down the four characters after VEN for Vendor and the four which follow DEV for Device. Go to and input those details in the relevant boxes and you will see the list of all the right manufacturer's products but sadly, they aren't in order. Use Internet Explorer's Edit menu then Find to type in the DEVice ID and the search will find the correct entry. Follow the link to the site for the correct driver and download it.

    You may get an executable file (.exe) which you simply double click and away it goes or a .zip which needs to be unzipped but which will probably install itself after that.
  3. please send me a universal driver of sound vga chipset and lan for windows xp
  4. i dont know what i can do
  5. Have you tried the suggestions I made to the original poster of this thread? If not, start with the LAN driver which will be shown in Device Manager as a Network Adapter or maybe Ethernet Adapter. Once that is installed, you can let the others find their own drivers on the Internet.
  6. dish tv recharge said:
    please send me a universal driver of sound vga chipset and lan for windows xp

    There is no such thing as a universal driver. You need to find out exactly which model you have and then go to the manufacturer's website and download the driver. Best thing to do it open the case and look at the motherboard. There should be a part number on it somewhere near the PCI slots in white letters and numbers in a big font. The name of the manufacturer should also be somewhere on the motherboard (look for Asus, Acer, Gigabyte, Intel, MSI, etc.). Once you know the manufacturer, go to their website and search for the model number. It should lead you to all the drivers you need since most likely all those parts are built in to the motherboard unless you have a separate video card.
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