Roll Back Driver Procedure 

Roll Back Driver is a great feature what you can find easily in your Windows Device Manager and which is mainly used to uninstall the recently drivers update for a hardware device what you’ve updated.

The main work of this tool is to reinstalls that drivers to the older once what your computer is using it before.




 photo power_symbol_14-512_zpsdptfmbhx.pngNormally we use this feature when our recent drivers updation don’t go so well and we’re receiving some blue screen of death errors on our screen or some same kind of problem.

For those who don’t know, a Driver is a Software that lets your PC to communicate with your computer’s hardware or any other connected devices. If you don’t install a driver for the hardware what you’ve connected to your computer, it won’t works properly.

Suggestion link>>How To Find And Download Drivers Online?



So Let’s See How To Perform Drivers Roll Back:

First you’ll need to open your Windows Device Manager and there are lots of different ways what you can use to open it and if you don’t know how to open it, then you easily open it by pressing the Windows + R Key at the same time and when the run commander gets open, type the devmgmt.msc in that run box and click on “OK”.

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When your Device Manager gets opened, now you’ll need to double-click on the category what you’ve wanted to open and expand it and it will show every device installed in that category (for example, the graphics card would be listed under Display Adapters).

When you’ve successfully found your device in the device manager then right click on the device and it will show you some options and in those options, you’ll need to select properties.

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Now the properties window’s pop-up and you have to click on the drivers tab from the above tab category.

In that drivers tab, it will show you a roll back drivers option and by clicking on that, it will roll back that hardware’s drivers.

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Note: If the Roll Back Driver option is restricted, then it’s possible your Windows don’t have a previous driver to roll back to.

After that restart your computer to make changes and see the difference.

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