You’re looking at ‘Update Driver’, and normally you want to say no to the suggestion that Windows initiates a search via the Microsoft website because you already have the disc or file. If you have the disc you choose it on the next screen, if you are looking for the file you’ve downloaded choose the option to select from a list (don’t be put off by the word ‘advanced’).The next screen again offers to search for you, again you decline the offer.Okay, let’s assume that you’ve found the driver on the internet. As with all downloads you need to be able to find it again once you’ve downloaded it.It might be worth saving it to the desktop or even to a new folder you made called ‘drivers’. The other option is that you have the driver on a floppy or CD Rom that came with the device – this is even easier: usually you just put it in the drive and follow the instructions. The easiest for the general user are those drivers that come as part of an executable file (one that ends with .exe).This isn’t that hard however, and we’ll go through it step by step. If you don’t know where this is then click on ‘Start’ (bottom left hand corner of the XP screen), then click ‘Control Panel’, click ‘Performance and Maintenance’ and then click on ‘System’. Click on the tab called ‘Hardware’ and you’ll see the device manager – click on the name to bring it up. The device manager lists all the devices you have and you can double click on them to bring up a further window that lists the device properties.This method is similar in all windows set ups, and all work from a command line instead – to do this go to ‘Start’, choose ‘Run’ and type in the box. Click the tab for driver and you get all the details you need.
"A DLL required for this install to complete could not be run".
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Take this to mean unstable (beta means ‘in testing’ or unstable in computer jargon, sometimes the bugs aren’t ironed out).
I personally wouldn’t consider a beta version driver if the driver I’m already using is doing the job.