Windows® 7 Drivers on Acer® Aspire 5532 Laptop
Acer Aspire 5532 laptop running on Windows 7 has astonished the users with its performance. By default the operating system brings in the driver for various devices. However, few drivers can be missing for Windows 7.
- Installing Windows 7 drivers in Acer Aspire 5532
- Different drivers for Acer Aspire
- Issues while installing drivers
Installing Windows 7 drivers in Acer Aspire 5532
To install Windows 7 drivers on Acer Aspire 5532, click on start, control panel and all control panel items. Click on the device manager option. Right click on each of the driver and click on update driver. There will be multiple options of components like Bluetooth, computer disk drive and lot more. The other way of downloading drivers will be by logging on to the manufacturer’s site directly and downloading the drivers.
Different drivers for Acer Aspire 5532
Acer Aspire 5532 has a lot to offer from 15.6 inches of vivid color display to HDMI features and battery backup of six hours without fail. It also comes along with the configuration to load Windows 7. Even if there are any issues with the sound card driver, wireless driver or main board driver and they turn bad or disabled or incompatible, it is possible to work around by downloading the drivers from Acer website. However, many times it does happen that the drivers do not work on Windows 7 and thus there must be a work around to make devices work. The different drivers of Acer Aspire 5532 are 3G module drivers, Bluetooth driver, camera driver, card reader driver and chipset driver. Apart from these drivers there are also drivers shipped for VGA card, Wireless LAN card, SATA driver and touchpad driver. All these drivers are available online to be downloaded in case of any issues with the driver within the laptop.
When installing drivers on Windows 7, if you find issues then it is time to look for solutions. The first resolution will be to try using compatibility mode, and to do that right click on the set-up application stub and click on properties. There must be a compatibility mode in it. Select the compatibility mode and select Windows 7 RTM from the drop down and click on Ok. The other method will be to use a utility known as WinRAR and to do that the files must be extracted. To do that right click on my computer, click on manage and click on device manager, right click on the device and click on update software driver. Point the files from where the files must be extracted and click on Ok.