You would probably only be doing this if you are suspecting a USB driver issue, or if you have installed the incorrect USB driver in the first place (allowed Windows to choose it's own driver)
There are two ways of doing this.
- you can either uninstall the USB driver and thereafter follow the correct USB driver installation procedure
- you can right-click on the USB driver and update it to the correct one...
Here is is step-by-step How-to..
- plug your GS911 into a USB port (not plugged into a motorcycle)
- now get to the Device Manager (any average Windows user should be able to get to the Device Manager - there are several ways - here is an example...)
Start -> Control Panel -> System -> Hardware Tab -> Device Manager
Once you are in the Device Manager, expand the Universal Serial Bus controller section, and you should see a GS-911 device (if it is plugged into your computer at this moment!)
If you right-click on it, you can decide whether to choose the "Update driver..." option (updating to the correct one, follwoing the same instructions as you would when installing a new one, i.e NOT letting windows chose it's own driver)
Alternatively you can choose the "Uninstall" option, and there after follow the same instructions as you would when installing a new one, i.e. NOT letting windows choose it's own driver)