Why, how and where to update your Windows 8 drivers

Is your hardware on the fritz after upgrading to Windows 8? Updating your drivers could fix the problem

By Alex Castle, PC World |  Software, windows 8

Motherboards

If you have a desktop PC, your motherboard manufacturer's site is an important stop. The motherboard's chipset drivers may need to be updated, as might the drivers for integrated components such as the network interface, integrated sound or graphics, Bluetooth, or any pretty much anything else that's listed as a "feature" of your motherboard. You can see the motherboard's make and model number by physically opening up your computer and looking at it with your own two eyes, or by using a free software utility like CPU-Z.


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