Updating my video card
Couldn't find an INF file in the folder you selected from your driver download? This time, however, you want to choose the correct driver and then click the Next button.Try looking in another folder within the extracted drivers. Couldn't find an INF file in any folder from the extracted driver files? Important: Only one compatible driver is listed in my example above.
When you download a driver for a piece of hardware in your computer, you're actually downloading a compressed file that contains the one or more actual driver files, plus various other auxiliary files necessary to get the driver installed in Windows 7.The zero, one, or more entries in that box don't directly represent the actual device(s) you have installed but instead represent the available drivers that Windows 7 has for this particular piece of hardware.By clicking you're skipping this existing driver selection process and telling Windows 7 that you have better drivers you'd like to install that it isn't yet aware of. The name of this screen will be different depending on the kind of hardware you're updating the drivers for.The driver download may have been damaged or you may not have extracted them properly. However, you may have multiple drivers listed that Windows 7 sees as compatible with the hardware you're updating the drivers for.If that's the case for you, try your best to choose the correct driver based on your knowledge of the model of the hardware device. Windows 7 is using the information included in the INF files you provided in Step 12 to copy the proper driver files and make the proper registry entries for your hardware.