After you spend time on searching drivers, you find what you are looking for, but unfortunately, there is no executable.exe file in the driver pack you downloaded. Now what to do? Is it possible to install a driver without installation file? Here you will learn 2 ways (one common way and one easier way) how to install the driver in this situation. Driver can be downloaded from manufacturer’s website and is always as an exe or zip file.
For exe file, you just need to double-click on the file and follow the on-screen instructions to install the driver. For zip file, you need to unzip it first, after unzipping, you will find a Setup.exe file in the unzipped folder. Double-click on the setup file and follow the instructions to install the driver. So if the driver has an installation file, you can install it easily and quickly. If the driver pack only contains inf file, you can choose one of 2 ways below to install the driver. Here is the common way: Install the driver manually step by step.
Windows 10 forcefully installs Windows Updates by default. This includes all updates including Windows device drivers. In the sub-selection, select “Never install driver software from Windows Update”.
Follow steps below: 1. Creative Sb1095 Driver Windows 10 there. Press Windows key and R (at the same time). A run dialog will appear. Intel Trusted Execution Engine Interface Driver Windows 10.
Type devmgmt.msc in run box. Expand the categories and locate the device you need to update driver for. Right-click on the device name.
A context menu will pop up. Select Update Driver Software from the menu. Following screen shot is for your reference. Click Browse my computer for driver software. Click Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer. Select the device from in the Model section. Click Have Disk 6.