Installing Drivers Manually on Windows 8, 10, up to 11

 Hello everyone, in this article, NSNET ID will share a tutorial, how do you install the driver manually? let's follow and read this article to the end, so that you understand what I'm saying. because every step of this tutorial is so important, if you skip the steps, you will get a dead end.

Installing Drivers Manually on Windows 8, 10, up to 11

if you've ever downloaded a driver file from a site, maybe one of them from this website. you may be confused by the file that I share. because often the files that I recommend to download are raw driver files without instructions.

this driver file is a raw file, or a driver that does not have steps or file execution, like application files in general, you install the file by selecting NEXT NEXT and FINISH, that method is of course very easy. you just have to follow each step and choose if there is an option offered or one of them is mandatory, then the final result will be completed, and the driver installation process is complete.

The driver file I mean is not that kind of file. but a raw file that can only be installed manually, even though in that folder there is a file with the extension .EXE, but if you click on it an error will appear, that's because the file is not a file for driver installation. 

however, before you install the driver manually, it's a good idea for you to read this article until it's finished, because I will share experiences about this method. so you need to rate it.


with installing drivers manually, in my opinion, this method is very effective if the device driver you want to install does not have a default driver, or is difficult to obtain, either through CD/DVD Cassette files or through websites.

I think this method is very useful, because you install drivers easily and in general the file size is very small, and in my opinion, this method can also minimize install errors, because if an error occurs, the driver cannot be continued.

because the file is generally very small in size, you can back it up on your cellphone or maybe on a flash drive, or even upload it to free cloud storage.

Even if you manually install this driver, you can back up your Laptop Drivers, or back up Drivers from other computers, which you think you can use for other devices that may use the same device, or maybe you can use them when needed.

For the driver file, you can actually get it on various websites, but you don't want to download and install it wrong, instead of installing the driver, what you have is you install malware or advertisements. it's hard in the end.

for that, don't be provoked by the word download, because there are many batman traps, if you download the wrong one, let alone your windows antivirus is offline.

So maybe that's all I can say, actually there are many more, but this article was written in the middle of the night, so the concept forgot what I wanted to write hehe.

so how do you do it, let's read this article to the end.

First, you must first prepare the file that contains the Driver File.

what you need to remember, this driver file is usually a ZIP or RAR extension type, or maybe 7zip, and not an .EXE file, 

but it's a different story from the Driver file I talked about earlier, which when installed appears NEXT NEXT and FINISH, or install automatically.

after you get the file, you have to extract it first, it's a good idea to install WINRAR first so you can extract various extensions such as RAR, ZIP, ISO files, and so on.

After the file has been extracted, it will create a folder automatically.

then you right click on the Start button (start button), device manager will appear, or you can right click on This PC (computer icon), then you select Manage, after that select Device Manager.

on start button

on icon this pc

then you look for the Device Icon that has a yellow Exclamation Mark icon, it means the device has not installed the driver.

on the icon, you just right click and select Update Driver. A new window will appear, after that you select the second menu, namely Browser my Computer for drivers.

after that you press the Browser button, and look for the file driver folder that you extracted earlier. then select next, and its process.

later it will process your files, if they match, the driver from your device will be installed immediately.

then finish and exit the menu.

for the length of installation, it depends on the device you install, usually the longest installed device is the GPU, and usually the driver file is quite large.

but what you need to remember, not all devices are easily installed manually, there are some devices that cannot be installed manually, because they require other files that are integrated in a file. Of course, you must install the driver from the official website. 

so that's the way to install drivers manually, you can apply this method on various types of windows, such as windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 and windows 11.

I hope this article can be useful for you, especially nsnet id visitors, oh yes, don't forget to support the channel we are NSNET ID, and if you have any difficulties with our writing or step by step, you can leave your comments below. thanks

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