Learn about the issues of audio drivers with Windows® 7 in ASUS® laptop
What are the features of Windows 7? Learn about the audio driver problems with Windows 7 installed on ASUS laptop?
Windows 7 is the latest operating system of Microsoft. It releases many editions like Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Ultimate, and Windows 7 Enterprise editions. You many face many problems with the audio driver with Windows 7 which is installed on ASUS laptop like audio driver corruption, incompatible driver etc. Driver corruption problem arise due to the virus or malware attacks. If you install incompatible driver you may face incompatible problem. To resolve incompatibility, you need to uninstall the currently installed driver and install latest compatible driver for your system. Before installing the driver software you need to check its compatibility with audio card and Operating system.
Given below are the features of Windows 7 Operating system and tips to fix issues with audio drivers:
- Virtual hard disk
- Remote media streaming
- Windows anytime upgrade
Virtual hard disk
Virtual hard disk is a virtual hard disk file format which includes the information like files, folders, file system, and disk partitions in the physical Hard Disk Drive. This feature would help to install more than one Operating System in your system. Thereby, without the hassle of installing in a different partition, you could test software on different Operating Systems present in your system. Because Windows 7 supports native VHD file format, the system running with the Windows 7 could have the ability of a physical system to mount and boot from an Operating System contained within the VHD.
Remote media streaming
Microsoft Windows 7 introduces new feature known as Remote Media Streaming. It provides the fast access to your Windows Media Player library when connected to the Internet. Most of all versions of Windows 7 Operating system like Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate, and Enterprise editions support this feature. In order to turn on this Remote Media Streaming you need to select the Stream menu in Windows Media Player. After turning on it, you need to activate this process by associating with computers with an online access.
WAU is an upgrade method offered by Microsoft. By using this facility, you could reduce the upgrade time. It need around 10 minutes for the upgrade process. You need to only purchase the licence to upgrade to another version of Windows 7. Licence could be downloaded directly by either going directly to the website address or by using the Windows anytime upgrade feature included in the Control Panel.
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