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A Crash Course in Device Drivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 Installing and Configuring a New Device . . . . . . . . . . . 158 Changing Settings for an Installed Device . . . . . . . . . . 166
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Managing Installed Drivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172 Enabling and Disabling Individual Devices . . . . . . . . . . 176 Decoding Hardware Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177
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You ll encounter no differences in working with hardware devices when you switch between computers running different editions of Windows Vista. The procedures for installing devices, working with device drivers, and troubleshooting hardware problems are the same in all editions.
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A Crash Course in Device Drivers
Before Windows can work with any piece of hardware, it requires a compatible, properly configured device driver. Drivers are compact control programs that hook directly into Windows and handle the essential tasks of communicating your instructions to a hardware device and then relaying data back to you. After you set up a hardware device, its driver loads automatically and runs as part of the operating system, without requiring any further intervention on your part. Windows Vista includes a library of drivers for internal components like sound cards, storage controllers, and display adapters as well as external add-ons such as printers, keyboards, scanners, mice and other pointing devices, digital cameras, and removable storage devices. This core library is copied during Windows Vista Setup to a protected system folder, %SystemRoot%\System32\DriverStore. (Driver files and associated components are stored in the FileRepository subfolder.) Anyone who logs on to the computer can read and execute files from this location. But only an installation program working with authorization from a member of the Administrators group can create or modify files and folders there. You can add new drivers to the driver store in a variety of ways. Windows Update offers drivers when it detects that you re running a device that is compatible with that driver and is currently using an older version. (You can also search for the most recent driver via Windows Update when installing a new device.) In addition, installing a Windows service pack typically refreshes the driver store with new and updated drivers. All drivers that are copied here from Microsoft servers are certified to be fully compatible with Windows Vista and are digitally signed by Microsoft. As an administrator, you can add third-party drivers, signed or unsigned, to the driver store by specifically giving consent. All drivers added to the driver store in this fashion are saved in their own subfolder beneath the FileRepository folder, along with some supporting files created by Windows Vista, allowing them to be reinstalled if necessary. Any driver that has been added to the store, signed or unsigned, is considered to be trusted and can be installed without prompts or administrator credentials. In Windows Vista, you do not have to be an administrator to install drivers; Windows checks the current driver installation policy to determine whether installation is permitted. When you install a new Plug and Play compatible device, Windows checks the driver store first. If it finds a suitable driver, installation proceeds automatically. If no compatible driver is available, you re prompted to search for driver software. By default, Windows Vista installs drivers from trusted publishers without prompts and never installs drivers from publishers that the user has chosen not to trust. (Domain administrators can override these settings using group policy.) When you attempt to install a signed third-party driver and have not previously designated the publisher as trusted or untrusted, you re presented with a consent dialog box like the one in Figure 5-1.
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