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Windows Unstable? It's not Windows Fault! Install the Latest System Drivers.

Windows Unstable? It's not Windows Fault! Install the Latest System Drivers.

Author: Old Guy Geek  /  Categories: Windows 11, Windows 10  /  Rate this article:
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If you just updated to Windows 11 or even a new release of Windows 10 and your system run like crap, you probably need new system drivers from your motherboard or system manufacturer.

It's very important that you check several places to get the latest updates. Sure, check Windows Update for new drivers  and new Optional Updates, but get you specific motherboard make and model or your prebuilt system model number. Use them to locate the OFFICIAL manufacturer's site to update installation.

Here's how to get the best results.

 

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