One of the biggest problems in Windows is hardware detection. Many websites offer scam and invalid products which “promise” to solve the problem however it’s not possible. In this article I am going to show you best ways to solve your new hardware problems.

One of the usual problems is hardware in-compatibility. This means your motherboard is not compatible with the product you have installed. If you ask a computer expert to find you a new product such problem won’t occur. Before buying new electronic devices such as extended memory or graphic card, always check your motherboard specification and make sure it matches the product you are purchasing. In addition you are advised to post your motherboard model and your product full name on a community forum and ask for other experts assistant. This service is provided to you free in most websites such as yahoo answers.

The most common error is driver in-compatibility. This could happen due to various reasons. You have to install a driver for your device. Usually Windows automatically searches online for drivers and installs them automatically. Windows update is one of the examples. In many cases the device you are using is not very common therefore Windows is unable to find the driver automatically. Thus you should manually find and install the driver. If the device comes with a disk, insert it and look for driver. Otherwise run your product name in a search engine such as Google or Bing. In most cases you can find a suitable driver. If none of the above worked for you there is a final solution.

DriverPack solution is open source software distributed under GNU GPL license. It is complete free and solves most of the driver related problems. In addition this program helps in maintaining your computer hardware. For example it optimizes CPU productivity and helps you system temperature control. The link for downloading this product has been provided in the resource box.

The last problem and least likely is damaged driver files or hardware. If your installation files are corrupted or in-compatible with your windows version (x64 or x86), you won’t be able to install the driver. In addition you might face errors regarding the problem. In case of damaged hardware you might various errors such as blue screen of death (most common), malfunction in your normal windows activities and etc. In addition windows will not be able to recognize or device or install any drivers for it.

To sum up you should check for all the possibilities and set priorities. If you work through the check-list point-by-point you will definitely find you problem and hopefully fix it. I hope this article has been useful for you.