Recover Windows 7, Vista from driver update failures

Driver update failures for example, can easily cripple Windows 7 and Windows Vista, causing the two platforms to no longer start. “This problem may occur if any one of the following conditions is true: The new device or the driver causes conflicts with other drivers that are installed on the computer. A hardware-specific issue occurs. The […]

Driver update failures for example, can easily cripple Windows 7 and Windows Vista, causing the two platforms to no longer start. “This problem may occur if any one of the following conditions is true: The new device or the driver causes conflicts with other drivers that are installed on the computer. A hardware-specific issue occurs. The driver that’s installed is damaged,” Microsoft explained. To resolve this problem, use the troubleshooting steps in KB927525 to determine the exact cause, and then take the appropriate action.