How to disable automatic driver installation in Windows Vista and 7

Hi friends, today’s tutorial will learn together how we can disable the automatic installation of drivers in Windows Vista or Windows 7. Why would we want this? To better understand the situation a little to elaborate that I hit it. Having a Bluetooth USB stick and having drivers for Windows 7, I want to install drivers for Windows Vista CD that came the stick Bletooth . Said and done . I go in , install the drivers from the installation CD , make system restart so I asked for and what to see ? After I returned from restart, the esteemed Windows 7 has put tail gave me warning as he found a new device and started to search automatically drivers for my Bluetooth stick and then installed them automatically without asking me any confirmation . So my Windows Vista driver installation was shown unnecessary . So was born the idea of creating this tutorial. We know that Windows Vista and Windows 7 have the ability to search and automatically install drivers for new devices that we introduce in our PC , but this is two -edged if I may say so .

When is it better to let him look after drivers and automatically install them ?
When we have a device that does not have drivers or drivers CD that came with that device. If even after a search on Google or the device manufacturer’s website that we do not find the driver, the last hope we can call on Windows Vista and Windows 7 capabilities to search our drivers . Honestly it is not the best decision because it not only installed the driver and so , not software that will help us to manage or to make advanced settings in the device .
An example would be : If you have an ATI video card or sound card Realtek , and allow Windows 7 or Vista to install drivers found via Windows Update, it will not install and CCC ( Catalyst Control Center) and Realtek HD Audio Manager, software that will help you make managerial devices and settings in more detail on the device.
When it is best to let Windows automatically look after our drivers and install them ?
When the official manufacturer drivers hold the device, when we have an original CD that came with the device. Drivers taken directly from the manufacturer or the existing ones on the CD that came with the device / component are definitely much better than those found by Windows Update. These driver besides coming with a control panel or type manager software will allow as I said above, more extensive settings on component / device in question.
That being said I invite you to follow along this tutorial video , where we learn together steps to prevent Windows 7 or Vista to engage in automatic installation of drivers .
Remember, if you have suggestions, complaints or additions do not hesitate to write to the comments box , de- also met the comments box if a user has a problem and you can help it , do not hesitate to make only way we can do this place better, we see the comments box !
Enjoy!

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