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06-Mar-2007, 05:19 AM #1
What is the best "driver searcher" utility available?
Hi, there! I need to know about the best "driver searcher" utility that will scan my computer's hardware and recommend me drivers that I need to download and install. I found a utility similar to the utility I want : http://www.symplisit.com/en/drivermagic.html . But because of bad reviews, I didn't download it. So, if you know the most reliable "driver searcher" utility, please post the name of the utility here along with the link. Thank you!
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06-Mar-2007, 05:42 AM #2
Take a look at "DriverGuide Toolkit." You can find the link for yourself using a search engine. That is what I did.
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06-Mar-2007, 09:50 AM #3
www.driveragent.com
OK, you have to pay a few miserable bucks for a lifetime licence but it is one of the best going in my opinion.
You can go there for a free scan now and have a look at the format it comes up with plus see advise on how many obsolete drivers you have.
Well worth the money!
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07-Mar-2007, 03:10 AM #4
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Thanks, redoak and cuttlefish for you comments! I will try out your recommendations.

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