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« on: January 31, 2021, 12:36:28 PM »

Most keyboards, mice, microphones, controllers, etc., use the same standard USB interface for communication, so they generally do not require additional drivers (and the normal drivers for Windows Update Source are handled).
However, if you purchase an accessory designed to customize your mouse or keyboards with additional buttons, you may need the appropriate desktop software for your device. The toolbox or product page should have some suggestions on which app is required for full functi0nality, but here are some examples:

1). Logitech Gaming Software - For most Logitech 'G' gaming products to customize custom controls, lights, and more.
2). Logitech Options: Configuration configuration tool for most Logitech mice, keyboards, and other non-gaming accessories.
3). Corsair iCue - Most Corsair products replace lighting effects, keyboard macros, and more.
4). Razer Synapse - A shared configuration tool for Razer accessories, laptops, keyboards, and more.

As a general warning, always download the desired software from the developer's website or use the IObit Driver Booster Latest 2021, not from the re-selection site. Many rehosting sites want to bundle malware or other software when you install drivers.
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« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2021, 09:26:21 AM »

Update Peripheral Drivers Using Windows Device Manager

Open the Device Manager window.

Open the category containing the device.

For example, Network Adapters for networking hardware.

Double-click to open the device you want to update.

Click the Driver tab.

To update a driver, click the Update Driver button.

Set the driver to search and update.

In Windows 7 and Windows Vista, choose the option Search Automatically for Updated Driver Software.

In Windows XP, choose the option Install the Software Automatically (Recommended) and then click the Next button.

The Driver tab in the device’s Properties dialog box contains several buttons dealing with updating the software that “drives” the device. (Windows XP lacks the Disable button.)

I hope this information will be helpful!
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