Automatic updating windows vista
Driver updates will resolve any Driver conflict issues with all devices and improve the overall performance of your PC.
To fix your Drivers problems you will need to know the particular model of the device you are having problems with.
Once you have the details you can search the manufacturers website for your drivers and, if available, download and install these drivers.
If you are unsure of whether or not you need to update your Drivers, or indeed which Drivers may need to be updated, you can run a Drivers scan using a driver update tool (you will need to pay to register this tool but usually the Drivers scan is free).
In Windows Explorer, open any folder and customize its view type to your desired view such as large icons or details, etc. Now open Folder Options (from Tools menu in Windows XP, from Organize menu in Windows Vista and 7, from Ribbon - View in Windows 8 and later). Go to View tab in Folder Options and click on "Apply to Folders" button. It'll immediately apply current folder view type settings to all folders in your computer.
As with all Drivers, Windows Vista Drivers should be regularly in order to avoid conflicts and problems with your computer.
So follow these simple steps to fix this problem: 1. If you are not familiar with Registry editing tasks and want a ready-made Registry script to do the task automatically, download following Zip file, extract it and run the extracted REG file.
Note: Microsoft made changes to the location and wording of Windows Update and its settings almost every time a new version of Windows was released. Beginning in Windows 10, Microsoft simplified the options available to you regarding the Windows Update process but also removed some of the finer control you may have enjoyed in earlier versions.
If your original decision isn't working out, or you need to change how it works to avoid repeating an auto-update issue, like what happens on some Patch Tuesdays, you can simply adjust how Windows receives and installs updates.
Depending on your version of Windows, this could mean downloading but not installing the updates, notifying but not downloading them, or even disabling Windows Update completely.
Is there a different comparable update for 64 bit OS or is there a different problem?
Having the same problem and pursuing similar solutions with out success, I tried downloading the recommended update for my Vista Home Premium SP2 64 bit OS.