- On the Windows desktop, Right-click on "My Computer" or "Computer". Left-click on "Manage".
- After the window pops up, go ahead and left-click on "Device Manager". You should now see all the devices that are installed onto Windows.
- Double-click on anything with a yellow exclamation point. Another box will open up.
- Click on a tab near the top named "Driver".
- Click on "Update Driver".
- If asked to browse for the location of the driver, show them the download location for your Dell Optiplex 390 driver.
- Restart the computer after you have finished installing the Dell Optiplex 390 driver.
Dell Optiplex 390 Drivers
Windows compatible Dell Optiplex 390 drivers to a folder on your Windows computer in order to install missing device drivers and have your hardware operate properly. A driver is just a tiny file that has the necessary computer code from the device manufacturer so that the computer can use the device that the small text file you download actually pertains to. Without the correct drivers the device is unworkable and will not operate properly. You should have drivers downloaded and actually installed on your personal computer so that the device is usable.
Pretty much all devices should have device drivers that need to be installed in order for them to be used. These devices can be a printer, floppy drive, phone or hundreds of other devices that are able to be connected to your system.
- BRAND: Dell
- MODEL: Optiplex 390
- SYSTEM TYPE: Personal Computer
- OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
It is because each device is different from one another, all driver files must be different, too. Because of this, it could appear on the outset to be a very difficult task to locate a Dell Optiplex 390 driver for a particular device. For instance, all the different ASUS motherboard components all needs a specific driver. You can see why it can be quite difficult to find driver files to wade through in order to find the right one just for that particular brand of hardware!
Finding and downloading the proper driver can be more difficult than doing your taxes by hand, but do not worry as help is here! Read the following list of items you should know as you embark on your driver searching journey into the dark world of random Internet sites and portals.
- Hardware manufacturer (if it is built into the PC then find out the brand of computer and use that)
- Next, the model number.
- The version of Windows. (for all Windows versions, right-click on "My Computer" or "Computer" and then make sure to highlight and left-click on "Properties". An information panel about your PC should now be open)
- 32 or 64? (if a 64-bit operating system is installed on your computer, then it will say so in the information window that opens from right-clicking on "My Computer" or aka "Computer" and then left-clicking on "Properties". If it doesn't state that it's 32-bit or 64-bit then you can assume it's 32-bit.)
It is vital to know the brand as well as model number of the device and the right version and type of Windows operating system that you are going to install the device driver files onto. Once you have accurate info you may begin to search for drivers so you can install them onto your desktop or laptop computer.
A nice benefit to having one of the later versions of Microsoft Windows operating systems is that (7, 8, 8.1, and Windows 10) nicely does most of the work for the user and is capable of installing the proper drivers onto the system for the user whenever it detects any new hardware or device attached to the computer. There could be an instance in that a user may need to manually track down the Optiplex 390 driver for a hardware device that is attached to the computer that was not installed automatically by the operating system. Windows is not perfect.
Most hardware and device manufacturers list drivers of their hardware products online so you can download them freely. But, not all brands sites are really that easy to find and navigate. Some manufacturers websites are thrown together and do not like to contemplate the type of person who would be using their website and how much stress and torture comes with trying to manually install Dell Optiplex 390 drivers on a computer. Most people find it tough in figuring out the exact driver they should be looking for and struggling to navigate a poorly constructed website can be somewhat trying.
Be wary of downloading Optiplex 390 drivers from suspicious looking sites. Try to stick to the device manufacturer's website if you can. Spyware and viruses can be attached to any file. Going to a bad website and installing the wrong file may be the end of your Windows installation if it ended up to be a virus. The very best anti-virus software can not stop ALL viruses. It is because of this that we send you to the device maker's website. Their websites are safer and much more reliable when downloading driver than other websites.
Once you have located and then proceeded the proper driver for the device attached to your computer system, you can locate the file on your hard drive and install it onto your computer system. After getting from online you might have to uncompress the file especially if the file ends with either a .zip or .7z extension. After you do that you can install the driver file onto Windows. Unfortunately, if the driver fails to install properly you must install the Dell Optiplex 390 driver manually.
Here is how to install Dell Optiplex 390 drivers manually:
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