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RE[6]: I'm in the minority but
by darknexus on Mon 24th Jun 2013 10:47 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: I'm in the minority but"
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I've haven't had to install a driver with Windows unless I was swapping in a new graphics card.

Windows pretty much just grabs hold of the appropriate driver off the net now in seconds.

Yeah, but that's just a little bit difficult if your networking driver doesn't come with it. I'm not disagreeing that Windows will usually pull down the correct drivers (though I've seen it misidentify the correct driver on a few rare occasions) but sometimes installing wi-fi drivers is still necessary. It's kind of hard to grab a driver off the net if you can't get connected to it. ;)

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