Video Drivers in Lenovo® IdeaCentre B500-08872BU
How to install video drivers in Lenovo IdeaCentre B500-08872BU?
The Processor used in the Lenovo IdeaCentre B500-08872BU is Intel Core 2 DUO E7500 which runs with a speed of 2.93 GHz. The hard drive capacity available in the system is 1 TB and main memory in the system is 4 GB DDR3 SDRAM. The graphics card used is NVIDIA GF GT 240M and Operating System is Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit edition. Video card in the system are used to improve the video viewing quality of the system. Therefore in order to make the video card function, you have to install a video card driver in to the system. Video card driver acts as the software for video card in the system. Video driver is available in different forms, in the form of discs and you could also download the driver from Internet. Before downloading,make sure that you are downloading the software from an authenticated site.
Following details gives users more information about installing video drivers on Lenovo IdeaCentre B500-08872BU:
- Use malware removal tool
- Video driver installation
- Video card driver
Use malware removal tool
Prior to starting of the installation process of the video drivers on Lenovo IdeaCentre B500-08872BU, users are directed to run / execute the malware removal tool. This must be done so that the system would be totally free of malware at the time of installation, as existence of malware at the delicate time of driver installation could cause problems such as system errors and blue screen errors.
Video driver installation
Process of installing video driver in Lenovo IdeaCentre B500-08872BU is same as that for other drivers in the system. From 'My Computer' – right click and choose 'Properties'. Then select 'Hardware'followed by 'Device Manager'. The video driver has to be accepted by the 'Device Manager'. If the driver installation process is correctly done then it can be seen on the system. Otherwise you will see an exclamation mark.
Installation has to be done only after making sure that the video driver you have selected is an apt one for your video card. Usage of an incorrect video driver would result in system freezing and blue screen error. Using an old version of video card driver for a new video card might also cause problems for your system. So it is suggested to upgrade the video card driver while you are upgrading the video card.