This article provides information on How to Roll Back a Device Driver in Windows.
A user may report a driver has become unstable or a device has stopped functioning correctly after that device driver was updated.
This can sometimes occur if there is an issue with the updated driver or if another device driver is in conflict with the one just updated.
When a driver becomes unstable, you can Roll Back that driver to the last working version.
To do this, please follow the steps below:
The Device Driver which has stopped functioning may be displayed in the Device Manager as an Exclamation Mark or a Red Cross.
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Last Date Modified: 12/12/2017 12:07 PM