Video Drivers for AVERATAC™ Computers

What are the guidelines to install video drivers for your AVERATAC computers?


Drivers are the communicating link between the hardware components and the operating system. Drivers also play an important role in making the OS understand the results being produced by the components. AVERATAC computers come with the latest of processors and high quality internal components such as graphic cards, network cards and video cards. Video cards can be best described as expansion components that are necessary for functions such as playing video files on different monitors, high speed video rendering, video capturing from complex video formats and so on. Video drivers are essential for the functioning of video cards on your AVERATAC system. The installation of video drivers on AVERATAC systems are best done when the system is in the safe mode. This would greatly reduce the chances of driver clashes coming up and errors forming during the installation. After completing the installation of video drivers for AVERATAC systems, users must reboot the systems before using the video cards for the first time.


Following details mentioned below gives users more information regarding points to keep in mind when installing video drivers for AVERATAC systems:




  • Remove malware

  • Verify driver

  • Create restore point



Remove malware



Before starting with the installation of video drivers on AVERATAC systems, users are advised to ensure that all malware have been removed from the system. The removal of the malware must be thorough and done with the help of an updated antivirus program. If malware are present on the system at the time of installation of video drivers, it is possible that the drivers would get infected and damaged beyond repair.



Verify driver



When installing video driver on AVERATAC computers, users must verify the drivers before installation. Users have to check the compatibility, authenticity and type specification of the drivers. If the drivers are found not matching the aforesaid requirements, then appropriate drivers would have to be downloaded. Installation of incorrect drivers can cause issues such as driver clashes and blue screen errors.



Create restore point


AVERATAC computer users installing video drivers are recommended to create a restore point before starting with the installation. This must be created as a safety measure so that even if some problems such as blue screen errors or driver clashes do come up, the system can be restored to previous good state of function using the System Restore feature.




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