If you aren't having hardware problems and you don't need a new driver to fix a specific problem, leave well alone, you could create more problems than you think you'll cure. The manufacturer's website is the place to check for new drivers as rawprawn has already said above.
I do have some problems following a HD failure which has now been sorted - well almost but I still have a few glitches, so that is one reason for wanting to go through this exercise and the other is that I have very few of the cd's for another software so when I came to install on the new HD and Windows 7 I will have a greater problem.
No problem, although I've been using DriverMax for sometime now I've also tried out others. So I also have downloaded buteman's 'DriveEasy'. I haven't heard of it before, so I'll give it a go. Thanks for the heads up buteman.
I scanned my system with both 'DriverMax' (DM)and 'EasyDriver' (ED)...
DM found that I could update 14 drivers. ED said there were 11 available updates.
On the face of it a difference of 3 isn't too bad. However, when you look at the actual driver updates. Then it's more than surprising, as only 1 of ED's 11 matched DM's 14. So then I started thinking who do you believe and whose telling the porkies? Well, I happen to know (from the horses mouth, as it were) that there are updates for the following... Canon Printer Belkin Wireless Net Adapter NVIDIA Graphics Card Ali PCI to USB Open Host Controller Creative Game Port HID-Compliant Mouse ALL were pointed up by DriverMax. NONE were mentioned by EasyDriver. In fact further to this ED mentioned a different Ali driver, but called it Uli.
So for the time being I'll be sticking with DriverMax. ¦¬]
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