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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.

Do whatever you want to do man.


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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

gz ftw

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