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Topic # 85670 23-Jun-2011 08:46
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Hey guys,

Im sick of looking around for drivers, is there a site anyone knows of that has a whole pile, i just cant find any for the motherboard im using. 




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  Reply # 484801 23-Jun-2011 09:08
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What's the make and model number of your motherboard? I have not come across a site that lists all the drivers for every make out there. Normally the OEM maker's support page has drivers for all their hardware manufactured listed.





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  Reply # 484810 23-Jun-2011 09:26
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Driver Genius Pro does an exceptional job, we ended up buying a few copy's for the workshop as we were sick of hunting for drivers too.
You could install it and find out what drivers your looking for, but without a registration i dont think it will let you download.
Then there is sites like driverguide, but they require a registration too.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 484821 23-Jun-2011 09:36
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Slimdrivers is crowd-sourced software and is free. 

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  Reply # 485801 25-Jun-2011 16:29
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I wouldnt trust any program that claims to find drivers for you unless it is made by the official web site of the product you are trying to get a driver for.

Best bet is to get it from the makers website. Unless its realy old  or its a packardbell you shouldnt have a problem find them. If you have problems post the make and model of the hardware you are trying to get a driver and i will find it for you.

BEWARE alot of driver finder programs screw your system up get money off you and dont actually get a driver that works correctly.




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  Reply # 485806 25-Jun-2011 16:48
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Does the motherboard manufacturer's site not have drivers? If not you should at least be able to see what is required.

If you're using something like Windows 7 there is also very little need in many cases to install any additional drivers.

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  Reply # 489443 4-Jul-2011 23:04
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windows update finds all my drivers




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