Drivers are pieces of software that allow the computer itself to interact with a hardware device.
Without drivers, hardware you connect to your computer - i.e. Corrupted or outdated drivers often create file errors, communication problems, or hardware malfunction in Windows®.
Clearing CMOS, in this case, involves unplugging the white connector from the motherboard and then plugging it back in.
It determines which drivers are missing, corrupt or obsolete.
After the initial scan, Driver Assist matches your device with the latest and most up to date version of your drivers by scanning its 26 million drivers database.
You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others.
Clearing the CMOS on your motherboard will reset your BIOS settings to their factory defaults, the settings that the motherboard maker decided were the ones that most people would use.
It should be easy enough, however, as long as you can find that Another way to clear CMOS is to reseat the CMOS battery. If you're using a laptop or tablet, make sure the main battery is removed too.