Drivers for Windows® 7 in Toshiba® Satellite U500
Toshiba Satellite U500 is an ultra portable laptop having a unique design and power management utilities. This is the latest laptop developed by Toshiba with 13.3 inch display, a high performance Intel Core 2 Duo processors and a range of customizable options. The hard drive capacity of this laptop is up to 500 GB. Its ATI Mobility Radeon High Definition graphics card provide a better environment for gaming, video streaming and multitasking. Some of the advanced features of Toshiba Satellite U500 are Bluetooth, touchscreen capabilities and wireless LAN technology. Drivers are programs that control the essential tasks of communicating the instructions to a hardware device with the operating system.
- Video driver software
- Bluetooth driver software
- Downloading and Installing
Video driver software
A device driver is a set of files that enables communication between one or more hardware device to the Operating System. It is a software that links the Operating System to a particular display adapter or video card. Display adapter in your Toshiba Satellite U500 laptop creates the electronic signals required by the display and determines the resolution and refresh rate.
Bluetooth driver software
Without drivers a hardware device in your Toshiba Satellite U500 would not be able to work properly. Bluetooth is a wireless technology used for exchanging data or information over short distances between mobile phones or laptops. Bluetooth driver enables Bluetooth chipsets to perform transferring of data. For the better communication between two or more devices through Bluetooth connection you must install proper driver software in your laptop.
You can easily download Bluetooth driver software and video driver software from the manufacturer’s website. Before downloading ensure that the drivers are updated are latest. After downloading you can start the installation process from the Device Manager in your Toshiba Satellite U500. Device manager is an Operating System feature that that controls the hardware attached to the laptop. Device manager will install the driver software automatically. Each hardware device requires its own driver software for proper working.