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LAN drivers on Acer® Aspire
Connectivity is a very essential role of laptops and with the travel versions of Acer Aspire®, being able to connect from one network to another and being able to connect via Internet is a very essential requirement for laptops. Being able to create documents is not enough anymore. Most of the time, half of the tasks done by users are done online or requires the Internet. That is why LAN cards are very essential to connect wirelessly to networks. The LAN or Local Area Network enables someone to connect to small networks, to send or receive data locally or even to post data via the Internet. Of course for the LAN card to function, the drivers are extremely important.
- The need for LAN drivers on Acer ®
- Finding drivers
- Installing drivers
The need for LAN drivers on Acer Aspire®
LAN drivers serve as the communication software between the software components and the hardware components of the computer. Using the LAN drivers on the Acer ®, the software can effectively communicate to the device without utilizing too much computing power and at the end of the day, gets the job done. When the data signals or request is given to the LAN, the device then follows through with a response that is understood by the system. By using the device driver, it becomes easier for the user to communicate and connect to a network.
If you are looking for a driver for your Acer Aspire® LAN card, most of the time a disk is included in the package for installation of the drivers. Put the disk on the CD and it will immediately install the drivers. However, if the drivers are not available, you can go online and check for new drivers. If the LAN card is pre-installed on the system, chances are, it is available in the software and driver downloads page of the Acer® website.
Upon installation, issues might occur on the system. If the device suddenly stops functioning well, it could mean that the device is not reliable for the system and so you need to roll back to the most previous download. You can also uninstall or reinstall the driver depending on your needs. Of course upgrades are the most common of them all. You can do all of these by just going to the device manager of your Aspire® and then right-click on the device. It will show the options you need for installation, upgrade or rollback.