You’ve just acquired a new video card for your corporate workstation, but the video drivers for the adapter will not install. Which of these would be the most likely cause of this issue?
A) You don’t have proper permissions
B) The video drivers require a BIOS upgrade
C) The video drivers are not properly signed
D) The Device Manager is faulty
E) The video driver’s resolution is scaring the operating system
The answer: A) You don’t have proper permissions
Most corporate-owned computers are tightly controlled, and installing any type of driver is due to cause a problem with permissions. To have the drivers install properly, you’ll need to ask someone to help who has proper rights and permissions.
Want to know more? Watch “Managing Devices.”
Troubleshooting a faulty device driver can quickly become a lesson in frustration. In this video, you’ll learn how to use Windows Device Manager to install device driver, uninstall device drivers, and manage the operation of your devices.