On Sat, 25 Jul 2015 15:06:01 -0400 Meade Dillon via Mercedes
<mercedes@okiebenz.com> wrote:

> Craig,
> 1.  Windows Update: Short: type "windows update" in the dialogue box
> that opens just above the start button, after you click the start
> button.  Long: you should have a "Control Panel" option on the menu
> when you click on the "Start" button (which is the Windows symbol,
> round and in bottom left corner).  Select the Control Panel, look for a
> choice that includes Windows Update.

Yes, you are right, it is on the Control Panel, and easily visible if one
has it display all entries instead of categories.

In XP, it was at the top of the start menu and readily visible.

> 5.  In my research I read "on the internet", if the Win7 install does
> not have a driver that works, you should be able to install the driver
> from the OE CD and it probably will work and won't break anything.  Try
> it now while breaking it and reloading Win7 is still relatively
> painless.

Hmmm ...



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