The process for installing drivers in Windows is fairly straightforward, but there is a bit of documentation on the process, including the driver installation wizard. In Linux, you'll want to use a package manager to install new drivers.
If you run into problems when installing a new driver, we'd recommend that you first ask your Linux distribution's community forum, or to check if the driver is already available in the distribution's repository.
In the section that follows, we show how to install a new wireless driver in Linux. However, the process is the same in Windows, and, in many cases, it is the same driver. Some of the instructions, however, may be slightly different.
For example, when we wanted to install the STA drivers for the Broadcom network adapter on Ubuntu, we first had to install the linux-headers-generic package to make sure that the STA drivers were installed.
The driver will download and install itself, but it'll ask you a few questions. Answer the questions truthfully:
What's the best way to find out whether this is the right driver for you?
Is there a better driver out there?
Within Device Manager, locate your graphics card driver (usually under Graphics), and right-click on it. A menu will pop up that lets you choose what to do with the driver. Choose Update Driver.
You'll need to download four files:
The 64-bit version of the CUDA Toolkit
The Windows SDK
A copy of the nvcc.exe compiler
A copy of the cudatoolkit.dll library
If you’re using a Mac, open System Preferences, and then click on the Universal Access preference pane to open the Universal Access preferences dialog. Click on the “Universal Access” tab and then click on the “Universal Access driver” icon. Click on the “Update Driver” button. Select the driver file you downloaded and then click on “Update”.
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