The market is full of low-cost notebook that features distinctive glossy display, with 16:9 aspect ratio, as well as 1366×768 resolution. In fact, for no more than $500, you can afford a notebook that has an excellent build, lightweight, a fully functional keyboard as well as long battery life.
However, if you want to optimize the performance of the notebook’s hardware performance, you might want to check them for their latest updates. Some computer systems slow down due to outdated drivers some cases. Therefore, the solution for this problem is definitely this driver scanner. This software is sold for only $29.99, but you can still experience some of its unique features by downloading its free version, keeping your drivers up to date nonetheless.
While most notebooks today are Wi-Fi ready, you might want to install Belkin’s Generic Network Driver update 188.8.131.52. This software was released on March 26, 2009.
If your notebook runs on 32 or 64-bit Windows 2000, XP, 2003, NT,Vista or 7, then you shouldn’t have any trouble with the installation. But to make sure that you install this driver update safely, set a system restore point. Here’s a gradual procedure on how to install this generic network driver on your desktop, laptop or notebook.
First, determine your network card device model as well as your operating system. Browse and find the Network Card Drivers then select Belkin Generic Network 184.108.40.206 and wait a while as the driver is being installed. Restart the computer to complete the installation.