Windows 10 May 2019 Update

How To Update, Re-install, Roll Back Device Drivers in Windows 10

Incompatible, outdated or Corrupted Device drivers Cause Different Problems on Windows computer. Such as cause Different blue Screen Errors at startup, Windows Stuck At black Screen At startup, Audio Sound Not working, No internet connection and more an more. Especially after Upgrade to Windows 10 May 2019 Update most users report laptop / Computer not function properly, Devices not working, occur different BSOD errors, Network & internet connection or Audio sound not working etc. These problems cause either installed Graphics Driver, Audio or Network Adapter driver is not compatible with current Windows version or driver get corrupted not functioning properly. And you must play with Device Driver Such As Disable, Roll Back, Uninstall or Update Device Drivers in Windows 10 To Deal issues like this. That’s why Most of the times while performing Troubleshoot we recommend update / Roll Back Device Drivers.

On Windows computer Device manager let you View all Installed Hardware Device Driver list with its properties. And Allow you to Tweak the hardware settings, identify device drivers for each device, view and change settings, properties, and install, uninstall, update, roll back, enable, disable the drivers.

How to Update Device Drivers in Windows 10

Hope you Understand the importance of Device Drivers on Windows computer/Laptop. Now let’s understand What are Different on Roll Back Driver, Re-install Device Driver, Disable, Uninstall and Update Device Driver. And How to perform this action to fix Different Windows Startup problems, resolve Driver related problems such as audio sound not working, No Network connection etc.

Note: Bellow Steps Are applicable To Update, Rollback, Re-install, Uninstall or Disable All Windows 10, 8.1 and 7 editions.

Windows Device manager Allow performing All these Actions such as rollback Driver, Re-install Driver, Update Driver etc.

  • Press Windows + R, type devmgmt.msc and ok
  • This will open Device manager and display all installed driver list

Now Locate the driver, and right-click on it. You will see options to:

  • Update Driver Software
  • Disable Device
  • Uninstall Device Driver.
  • Scan For Hardware Changes
  • Properties

Windows Device manager installed drivers

Update Drivers in Windows 10

The First Thing Update the Device drivers. To update Device driver right click on the problematic Driver (Ex: Display Driver ) and select Update driver. The wizard will open and offer you two options:

  • To search online automatically
  • To browse to the driver software on your computer

update driver software automatically

Select and click on the option you want, to proceed further.

If you select Search online Automatically windows will check for latest available Driver software if found any this will download and install it for you.

After that Restart windows to take the changes effective.

Or you Can Select browse my computer for driver software.

(That cause first Visit Device Manufacturer website ( for ex Graphics Driver like AMDIntelNvdia ) and download the latest available Driver. ) Select the Driver you downloaded before from manufacturer website and follow on screen instruction.

Browse for driver on your computer

Also, you can Install the pre-build Driver by click on let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer,

  • Next Select the driver or you can select have a disk option
  • And set the driver path which you have download from manufacturer website
  • follow on screen instructions to install the same.
  • After That Restart windows to take effect the changes.

install Device Driver

Re-install Driver

Follow steps below to resintsll device driver on windows 10, 8.1 and 7.

  • Open Device manager,
  • Right-click the problematic Driver and Select uninstall Device.
  • Now Restart windows to completely remove the driver from your device,
  • On Next start, windows install the Driver software automatically.
  • Or you can Visit device manufacturer Website to download the latest available driver version.
  • After That open Device manager check the recently removed driver is installed automatically.
  • If not click on Action and select Scan for hardware changes as shown below image.

scan hardware changes

  • This will scan and install the Device,
  • If driver installation failed with the Yellow triangle mark
  • Then Right click on it select update driver
  • Select browse my computer for driver software
  • Select the Driver path which you download from manufacturer website
  • And follow on-screen instruction to install the same.
  • After that Restart windows to make changes effective.

Roll back, Disable, Enable Drivers

Now, let’s know about the Roll Back Driver option. This option only available or applicable if you recently Upgrade the driver software. If after windows Upgrade or Recent driver update the problem started then you can perform Roll Back option to revert the current driver to the previous version. To roll back driver update windows 10

  • Open Device manager
  • Right click on problematic Driver select properties.
  • A new pop up window will open here move to Driver Tab.

Here you will see more options:

  • Update Drivers: This will start the Hardware Update Wizard.
  • Roll Back Driver: This will uninstall the most recently updated driver and will roll back your configuration, to the earlier version. You may need to roll back a driver if you find that your device fails after updating the driver.
  • Disable (or Enable) Driver: This will disable the Driver, till you enable it back again.
  • Uninstall Driver: This will uninstall completely the driver files and registry settings for the selected hardware.

Roll back display driver option

Roll back driver update windows 10

  • Now click on Roll Back Driver option,
  • Select the Appropriate Reason why you roll back the driver
  • And follow on screen instruction to perform Roll back the current driver version to the previous one.
  • After that Restart windows To take effect the changes and check the currently installed driver is working properly.

Roll Back Audio Driver option

Uninstall Drivers

Also If you wish to uninstall the driver, click on Uninstall. For example

  • Open Device manager,
  • Right, click on problematic Driver
  • For Example Graphics Driver and Select Uninstall.
  • When confirmation popup will open check mark on Delete the Driver Software for this device and click uninstall.
  • After that Restart windows to completely Remove the problematic Driver.

uninstall Device Driver

I hope this post helps to easily Disable, Roll Back, Uninstall, Re-install or Update Device Drivers in Windows 10. Also read:

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