- 21 months ago
I decided not to add an optical drive this time, so when I get to gigabytes site, find my mobo (x470 gaming 7 wifi), click downloads, I notice there are a lot of downloads, like 8 individual ones and when I click the newest one of any say ( audio ), win10 asks what I want to do, open, save or cancel. If I say open then it downloads and then brings up a "compressed file" I can see it, so for example " Realtec Audio 8459 " that's the audio driver I just tried to open which ended up downloading, now sits in this compressed file. So what next?? I have to do this for +chipset +LAN +sata raid/ahci +usb3.1 ect, ect
Are these drivers considered "INSTALLED"? I feel like Im just downloading them but there not being applied but rather just siting as a file and seeing as I went Ryzen I definitely want to make sure everything on the mobo is updated, so how can I make sure I am doing just that?