The other day I was using System Mechanic for computer clean up and I saw an area for checking and updating drivers. I was told my NVIDIA drivers needed updated so I performed it. My computer did not run right after doing this as firefox was not able to run (trying to run it would cause a black screen and reboot). IE also had problems with high graphic websites. I assumed it was the driver and maybe it was the wrong version. Going to the NVIDIA website, I used their driver check and they said I was up to date. I decided to really screw things up then and unistall the drivers and then I would reinstall them. Now I have learned that the drivers helped connect to the internet so after uninstalling the drivers, I am not able to connect to the internet to re-install them. To make matters worse, my D drive has not worked in a couple of weeks and I believe it is shot.
Currently, I am not able to connect to the internet or do much on the computer. It seems the computer will reboot every 5 minutes or so once logged on. As you can imagine, anything with graphics (Itunes) is not able to run either.
I figure I could probably download the NVIDIA drivers onto a thumb drive and then reinstall them on my computer. I have not tried that yet and come to you for help and guidance. Thank you.