Rolling back the driver to a previous version. The driver rollback function is used to uninstall the current driver from a hardware device and then automatically install the previously installed driver in USA. The most common reason for using the driver rollback feature is to “roll back” from a failed driver update. Think of driver rollback as a quick and easy way to uninstall the newest driver and then reinstall the old one. . The process is the same regardless of the driver to roll back in USA. Open Device Manager. It’s probably easiest to do this from the Control Panel (which this link explains in detail if needed). In Device Manager, locate the device for which you want to roll back the driver. After finding the hardware, long-press or right-click the device name or icon and select Properties. The Device Properties window opens in USA. From the Driver tab, choose Roll Back Driver. Select the Yes button under “Are you sure you want to revert to the previously installed driver software?” requests. You may also be prompted to select a reason for the driver rollback. The previously installed driver will now be restored. You should see the rollback driver button disabled once the rollback is complete. Close the device properties screen. Select Yes in the Change System Configuration dialog that says “Your hardware configuration has changed in USA. You need to restart your computer for these changes to take effect. Do you want to restart your computer now?” disappears, it might help to close the Control Panel window. You can’t close Device Manager. Your computer will now restart automatically in USA. When Windows restarts, the device driver for the previously installed hardware is loaded. Learn more about the driver rollback feature. Unfortunately, the driver rollback feature is not available for printer drivers, however useful it is. This only works for hardware managed in Device Manager. Also, you can only roll back a driver once. In other words, Windows only keeps a copy of the most recently installed driver. It does not save a file of all previously installed drivers for the device in USA. If there is no driver to roll back to, but you know there is an older version you want to install, simply “update” the driver to the older version. Execution. After completing these steps, Windows 10 will uninstall the device and the old driver will be restored. Select a reason for your resignation (you can select any option). Click the Yes button to confirm. Restart your computer in USA. After completing these steps, Windows 10 will uninstall the device and roll back the previous driver. If the Roll Back Driver button is unavailable, Windows 10 has no previous drivers to roll back. If so, you will need to uninstall the device, download an older version of the driver from the manufacturer’s support site in USA, and follow their instructions to install the driver. (You can still use this guide to successfully install a device driver in Windows 10.) While this guide focuses on Windows 10, the ability to roll back drivers has been around for a long time, which means you can perform these steps on Windows as well 8.1 can use and Windows7 in USA.