Drivers

  maco2078 14:39 11 May 2009
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Anyone know of a website whereby I can get some free drivers d/loaded?

I thought I had found a site. They found 22 outdated drivers and then wanted me to purchase their product.
Unfortunatley, being alone and on low income means there's not much chance of that.
Thanks

  Kevscar1 14:54 11 May 2009

You will have to go to the manufacturers sites

  Jonel 15:04 11 May 2009

You will have to go to the manufacturers sites,, then look your model no. and search that driver you need..

  oldbeefer2 15:16 11 May 2009

You could try drivermax click here which is free. it will check your drivers and you can download updates from their site - also for free(it's a bit laborious, but works OK).

  beeuuem 15:16 11 May 2009

Try click here which identifies outdated drivers, usually provides the updates and is free.

  mfletch 17:04 11 May 2009

Microsoft optional updates

Is there updated drivers ready to download

  mfletch 17:39 11 May 2009

Just to add if your computer is running OK I would not bother updating the drives it may end in tears

  Sea Urchin 17:51 11 May 2009

There's no way you need 22 new drivers - what these sites do is tell you if there are later versions of your drivers available, but not that you need to install them. As mfletch says if all is running well then leave things as they are.

  maco2078 18:21 11 May 2009

OK I'll leave it. The first site said 22 drivers were outdated and the next one said it was 15.

Everything is running OK as far as I am aware. Touch wood.

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