Install video drivers on Toshiba® Satellite T100
Need to install video drivers on Toshiba® Satellite T100?
Toshiba Satellite T100 series is a light weight laptop, which is ultra thin. It has long battery life. This laptop has 5 in 1 memory card reader slot. In order to set up the video card in your laptop, you need a video driver in your system. Video driver that has to be set up might be there in the CD/DVD supplied by Toshiba Satellite T100 or else video drivers might be downloaded from website. Previous to installation of the new video driver in your Toshiba Satellite T100, you need to remove the old video driver from your system.
Certain things that need to be kept in mind while installing video drivers on your Toshiba Satellite T100 laptop are given below:
- Eliminate virus
- Installation of driver
- Defective drivers
Always make sure that your Toshiba Satellite T100 is free from virus and malware attacks. Presence of virus in your system might cause problems for video drivers you have installed and it might also cause problems while installing a new video driver in the system. So always use an antivirus and update it regularly. Use a licensed version of antivirus in your system. .
Installation of driver
If you need to install a new video driver on your Toshiba Satellite T100, at first you need to uninstall the old video driver. For removing the old video driver in your Toshiba Satellite T100, you need to take ‘Device Manager’ option and then uninstall the old video driver. After that set up the new video driver and then reboot your system. Now your fresh video driver comes into operation. Video drivers can be easily downloaded from website, but special concern must be taken at the time of downloading the video driver because duplicate video drivers are available now a days. So installing those type of drivers might result in system hang ups etc.
Before installing the new video driver on your Toshiba Satellite T100, you need to make sure that you use a video driver that is supported by your system requirements. Using defective drivers in your system might result in system hang ups and blue screen errors. Using an authenticated driver from an invalid site might also cause problems.