Tag Archives: Driver
[German]Short question to owners of an AMD system with Windows 10. Have you been offered obscure Intel driver updates for AMD systems in the last few days?
[German]Users of Windows 10 may experience a nasty surprise when switching to version 1803. Drivers are no longer be loaded and return the error code 39 in the device manager – although all worked before installing the feature update. This … Continue reading
[German]Are you suddenly seeing a ‘Surface – HIDClass 4/26/2018 12:00:00 AM – 22.214.171.124’ driver update on your Windows machines? But you don’t have a Surface devices? Here are some details about that update.
Starting in April 2018, chip manufacturer NVidia has discontinued support for 32-bit graphics drivers. From this point on there will be no driver updates (only security updates until January 2019) and game ready drivers. This is stated in this message … Continue reading
Microsoft has released an updated on Windows driver security (also available as a PDF document). The Guide is created by Microsoft’s Don Marshall. The guide offers advice to secure Windows drivers against basic attacks and preventable flaws. (via)
[German]Nvidia has released version 388.13 of its GeForce WHQL certified graphics driver for Windows. This update contains optimization for Call of Duty WW2 and Need for Speed Payback.
[German]Today a short information for Mac users. How to use a Kyocera FS-1041 laser printer in macOS Sierra 10.12. The Kyocera website doesn’t provides a driver for macOS Sierra.
[German]Microsoft released an update for Realtek Semiconductor Corp. MTD drivers for all existing Windows 10 builds. Here are a few details about that update.
[German]Some Windows 10 users are facing a strange issue. Realtek card readers are mounting SD cards cyclically. It seems to be a driver issue.
[German]A few days ago I’ve reported about a key logger within HP’s Conexant audio drivers for several devices. HP claimed this key logger has been left accidentally within the driver and offered quickly an update to ‘remove’ the key logger. … Continue reading