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Replacing a bad driver
Thanks for your remarks. I have used each of those methods at one time or another. If Windows installs a bad driver, I usually use Device Manager to "roll back" to the previous driver. If I've downloaded a driver from a firm's website or ftp server, then I make a Restore Point before I install it (which can be done automatically, too). If the driver is bad, then just return to the previous Restore Point.