Updating a video driver
Click System, select Device Manager link (upper left corner of the screen), scroll down to Smart card readers, select the little triangle next to it to open it up.
If your smart card reader is listed, go to the next step of installing the Do D certificates.
Updating your video card drivers is sometimes required when one wants to run a game which demands a more up to date driver.
It’s very important to choose the right drivers for your video card otherwise your computer may crash.
If you’re buying a new Windows PC today, your graphics card will manufactured by one of two companies: NVIDIA or AMD.
Having such a limited choice really lends toward making updating the drivers a very painless experience.
Right click Computer, select Properties, Device Manager link (upper left corner of the screen), scroll down to Smart card readers, select the little triangle next to it to open it up. If that doesn't work, keep reading for other ideas below. Once you have the zip file downloaded, open the zip file (Windows built in zipping program). It will unzip the contents, (this is the folder you will need when you are doing the steps below).
Most of your Windows drivers will never need to be touched right out of the box.This document describes how to install an updated version of the graphics driver on a computer that runs Windows 8, Windows 7, or Vista.The graphics driver is system software that controls a computer's video adapter (sometimes called a Adobe does not support the installation of graphics drivers and provides the information in this document only as a courtesy.Updates to your computer’s motherboard, sound card, and network drivers don’t generally give speed improvements.They will often fix rare bugs – and maybe even introduce new bugs.