No. Windows 95 supported only VxD drivers, which no Windows in the NT line (NT 3.1, 3.5, 3.51, 4, 2000, XP, Vista) support. Windows 98 supported both WDM and VxD. WDMs are the only supported driver model in 2000 and XP. If written well, a WDM driver from Windows 98 could work on Vista, but it is highly unlikely that hardware that runs with Windows 98 would be used in a Vista computer anyway. Also, certain components, such as the print spooler, have been totally rewritten for Vista, and thus the drivers do not work anymore. Vista-specific drivers also provide better performance.
There are no Vista drivers on the Canon website. You may be able to use the XP drivers but there is no guarantee.
HP has Windows Vista drivers for this computer on their website. You can download them at the link below.
NO...... As vista has a feature of having its own drivers so as soon as the re-installation of vista is done, it'll have the drivers for motherboard and the graphics card.
Drivers written for Windows Vista are not backwards-compatible with Windows XP. Most hardware that has a driver for Vista should also have a driver for Windows XP.
Yes you can. To do it all you have to do is see if the scanner you are trying to use had Vista specific drivers.
Intel does not provide Windows 7-specific drivers for this motherboard. The drivers for Windows Vista, however, should be fully functional in Windows 7. You can download drivers for this board for Windows Vista at the link below.
Go to www.downgrade-vista.comThere you will find drivers, tutorials and videos on how to downgrade Vista.
No, it's not Vista or Windows 7 compatible. HP refused to build new drivers.
Try to update drivers to Vista version. PS: equipment is not compatible with Vista.
The router component is operating system-independent, and thus can be used with Windows Vista. Linksys' site apparently lacks any driver downloads for this product, Vista or otherwise. The Linksys WPC11 card is nearly identical to the one in the W11S4PC11 kit, and lacks any Vista drivers on its product page. I am also not aware of any third-party drivers for the chipset that were written for Windows Vista. Note that in many cases, XP drivers can in fact be used on Windows Vista without issue, so using the XP drivers may work just fine.
Yes, there are updated drivers for the HP 2575 that you can download from the HP site. hp.com. Go to support and drivers, choose your model, and which version of Vista you are using.
All laptops purchased with Windows included have "built-in" drivers with them. The manufacturer places any necessary drivers on the installation disc or image. This does not mean that a retail copy of Windows Vista will install and have all hardware working out of the box.
The Toshiba U3 will work on Windows Vista. Just plug it in and Windows Vista will find the drivers automatically for it.
Drivers for Windows Vista and Windows 7 can be downloaded at the link below.
Windows Vista likely doesn't include drivers for your printer. You will need to download them from the manufacturer's website.
The file system commonly used in Win9x was FAT or FAT32. This system is still used for small devices but NTFS has largely taken over with Windows operating systems.
Try this page support.dell.com
yes but you might not have all the dell drivers.
Because of the bugs and the difference and lack of drivers
No, Vista is a later release than XP.
Windows Vista bundles drivers for the Realtek 8169 chipset, so you are unlikely to need to download them. They are available on Realtek's support site (in the Related links section below).
You need to download the proper drivers. If there are no Windows 7 drivers available, Vista drivers will work.
Usually reinstalling the graphic card drivers solves the issue of game installing problems in windows vista. If not solved by reinstalling the graphic drivers, it is recommended to check microsoft site and see whether there is an update package available for windows vista.
your drivers may be corrupted or outdated for the usb device. you need to download the current versions from the website.