Windows Vista drivers not install ALL or update of new pilots

About two weeks ago, I had a problem with my computer marketing and don't not loading Windows. He gave me the option to start Windows normally or repair of launch Windows. I tried to run normally and windows still only would be not loaded correctly, so the next time the computer is started, I launched the Windows repair instead.

Later, I tried to save my Blackberry smartphone on my Blackberry Desktop Software program (which has been on my computer since I bought it 01/05/2009. But it does not recognize the hardware. So I plugged back it it and it began to automatically search for the driver (Driver Installation Program). It says install software device driver and he's looking for preconfigured driver folders. Of waiting for the user to input and gives me the choice: 1) locate and install driver software (recommended) (2) Ask me 3 again later.) Do not show this message for this device.  I choose option 1 and it gives a message, DEVICE DRIVER installation of MICROSOFT WINDOWS SOFTWARE and I support on continue. It gives the message: SEARCHING WINDOWS UPDATE, WINDOWS UPDATE DOWNLOADING, INSTALLING the DRIVER SOFTWARE. Then a message saying: Windows encountered a problem installing the software driver for your device. Windows found driver software for your device, but it has encountered an error trying to install it. He also says: the process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process.

Now, I didn't know what was wrong, so I tried to ask for help with material assistance and Paretologic PC Health Advisor and they are quite a few outdated drivers and asked if I wanted that they find new updated drivers, I agree.  And he again... the SAME EXACT PROCESS I HAVE INDICATED above. It will not install the drivers again and it will not install updates for all drivers more.

So now when I go into the DEVICE MANAGER there are several yellow exclamation points next to the items (I've NEVER seen before). I can't update these drivers:

1.) NVIDIA nForce 5/6/7 set of pilots in series, which includes NVIDIA nForce PCI System Management and NVIDIA nForce System Management Controller

2. display drivers) laptop NVIDIA including NVIDIA GeForce 8200 M G

3.) Atheros AR5007 802. 11 b/g WiFi adapt

Realtek USB 2.0 card reader 4)

Also, in OTHER DEVICES under Device Manager, there are unknown devices that have yellow exclamation points by them as well. Apparently I'm missing these devices now, and I have right clicked on it and select Update driver software. RESEARCH then AUTOMATICALLY update DRIVER SOFTWARE. She is looking for some time, and he said ENCOUNTERS A PROBLEM INSTALL THE DRIVER for YOUR WINDOWS DEVICE

HP DRIVER MIRROR RC

The system cannot find the specified file.

(This was NEVER a problem before)

Now, whenever I turn on my computer, it does an automatic search of an unknown device.

Here are all THE drivers I've tried to update via WINDOWS UPDATE INSTALLATION. I tried to install them manually, by going to my DEVICE MANAGER and still nothing.

About two weeks ago, I had a problem with my computer marketing and don't not loading Windows. He gave me the option to start Windows normally or repair of launch Windows. I tried to run normally and windows still only would be not loaded correctly, so the next time the computer is started, I launched the Windows repair instead.

Later, I tried to save my Blackberry smartphone on my Blackberry Desktop Software program (which has been on my computer since I bought it 01/05/2009. But it does not recognize the hardware. So I plugged back it it and it began to automatically search for the driver (Driver Installation Program). It says install software device driver and he's looking for preconfigured driver folders. Of waiting for the user to input and gives me the choice: 1) locate and install driver software (recommended) (2) Ask me 3 again later.) Do not show this message for this device. I choose option 1 and it gives a message, DEVICE DRIVER installation of MICROSOFT WINDOWS SOFTWARE and I support on continue. It gives the message: SEARCHING WINDOWS UPDATE, WINDOWS UPDATE DOWNLOADING, INSTALLING the DRIVER SOFTWARE. Then a message saying: Windows encountered a problem installing the software driver for your device. Windows found driver software for your device, but it has encountered an error trying to install it. He also says: the process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process.

Now, I didn't know what was wrong, so I tried to ask for help with material assistance and Paretologic PC Health Advisor and they are quite a few outdated drivers and asked if I wanted that they find new updated drivers, I agree.  And he again... the SAME EXACT PROCESS I HAVE INDICATED above. It will not install the drivers again and it will not install updates for all drivers more.

So now when I go into the DEVICE MANAGER there are several yellow exclamation points next to the items (I've NEVER seen before). I can't update these drivers:

1.) NVIDIA nForce 5/6/7 set of pilots in series, which includes NVIDIA nForce PCI System Management and NVIDIA nForce System Management Controller

2. display drivers) laptop NVIDIA including NVIDIA GeForce 8200 M G

3.) Atheros AR5007 802. 11 b/g WiFi adapt

Realtek USB 2.0 card reader 4)

Also, in OTHER DEVICES under Device Manager, there are unknown devices that have yellow exclamation points by them as well. Apparently I'm missing these devices now, and I have right clicked on it and select Update driver software. RESEARCH then AUTOMATICALLY update DRIVER SOFTWARE. She is looking for some time, and he said ENCOUNTERS A PROBLEM INSTALL THE DRIVER for YOUR WINDOWS DEVICE

HP DRIVER MIRROR RC

The system cannot find the specified file.

(This was NEVER a problem before)

Now, whenever I turn on my computer, it does an automatic search of an unknown device.

Here are all THE drivers I've tried to update via WINDOWS UPDATE INSTALLATION. I tried to install them manually, by going to my DEVICE MANAGER and still nothing.

Hey Renee27j

you are looking for and install 3rd party hardware dirvers from the site of hardware manufacturers not through windows update

Walter, the time zone traveller

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