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Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Inside Out by William R. Stanek

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Managing Installed Drivers

Windows Server 2003 provides three key options for managing device drivers:

  • Update Driver As new drivers become available, you might want to update the device driver by replacing the old driver with the new driver. Primarily, you do this when you are having a hardware problem that you suspect is caused by the device driver. You may also want to update a device driver to improve performance, gain features, and so forth.

  • Roll Back Driver If you find that a driver you've updated isn't working as expected, you can attempt to uninstall the old driver and roll back your system configuration to the previously installed driver. You can roll back only if you've updated a driver. If you haven't, clicking the rollback option displays ...

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