Toshiba® Satellite P105 drivers
What are the various ways to find, download, install and update BIOS, audio and video drivers on your Toshiba Satellite P105? Understand the different issues that may occur while installing network adapter driver for Toshiba Satellite P105?
Toshiba Satellite P105 is equipped with superior technology and also has a fine design. Drivers are the software programs that are intended to manage the devices in your system. There are various drivers present in your computer. BIOS driver, video driver, audio driver etc are some among them. But you might sometimes face issues with the installation of drivers. Most of the time driver issues are mainly due to incorrect installation. The installation file might get corrupt or the installation process may be incomplete.
Here are the details to find, download, install and update BIOS, audio and video driver for your Toshiba Satellite P105:
- Audio driver
- Video driver
- BIOS driver
First of all, you have to visit the manufacturer’s website and select the sound driver that is required to download the driver. Go to microsoft.com and select 'Microsoft Update' under 'Downloads and Trials' to check whether any updates are accessible. Afterward download an updated sound driver. Then select the link for downloads or driver updates. Subsequently, download the driver that is required for the computer and save it to a specific location such as in the desktop. After that, double click on the downloaded file to begin the installation process.
For installing video drivers, you need to go to the manufacturer's website. Select the download option for the necessary hardware driver. You need to consider the model of the computer you have, and the type of the video card. You need to specify the system’s serial number and Operating System before you can find the accurate driver. After you find the corresponding driver, click on 'Download'. The'Save As' dialog box will appear which will prompts to select a location on your hard drive for saving the drivers. You need to run the exe file or use the update option in the device manager to update the video driver installed in your system.
The model of the motherboard in the computer needs to identified. Next you have to identify the computer type and Operating System. Find out the accurate driver file for your system. Save the driver file to the computer and then run it. After the downloading is over, burn the files into a bootable media and boot from that to update the BIOS driver.