How to Fix Drivers that gets Installed with every Boot in Windows
Sometimes when you have a faulty device driver, or some configuration issues, Windows might force your device driver to install every time you boot up your PC. This behavior might occur across Windows Editions like Windows 7,8,8.1,10. Most of the times, a driver update released by the manufacturer resolves the issues. However, there might be other symptoms due to which these issues occurs. I have tried to collate a list of probable solutions and in this post I am going to talk about How to Fix Drivers that gets Installed with every Boot in Windows.
Steps to check and Fix Windows Driver Issues:
- Check the device type that is causing the problem, i.e. a USB based Printer, Mouse, Bluetooth Keyboard, Ethernet adapter etc.
- Once the device is identified, check for the device driver details from device manager. Go-to Start>Search>Device Manager
- If this is happening after a new driver update, try rolling back the device driver.
- If this is a USB device and the above step does not resolve the issue, try Uninstalling the USB Controller Hub Driver and Reboot the System.
- If Step 4 does not resolve the issue, Try Rebooting the Computer in Safe mode and look for issues. If no issues are there, then this problem could be caused by a 3rd Party application. Try to find that application and reinstall it.
- Find none of the steps mentioned above work, try a clean boot of the system and troubleshoot the problem.