I Need 20% New Drivers After Driver Agent Scan....

  DavidM4 20:35 20 Sep 2007

should I be bothered?

Just reinstalled XP Home and did a driver agent scan which told me 20% of my drivers need updating, should I be concerned or let sleeping dogs lay?

My scanner and printer I'm not to bothered about but, the other drivers concerned are:


What do you think and where would I get the drivers from?

Thank you in advance DM4

  ton 21:12 20 Sep 2007

"If it aint broke, don't try to fix it".

  birdface 21:16 20 Sep 2007

Have you tried Microsoft up-dates.That should up-date the Ethernet adapter.I don't know about the other two.

  snoopygirl 21:19 20 Sep 2007

leave as it is if you dont have any problems do your normal updates with microsoft thats it i done scan before it told mr my drivers was out off date but when idid what i did it messed my computer up i at to reinstall every think again good luck

  DavidM4 21:41 20 Sep 2007

Yeah every things running fine, think I'll take y'alls advice and leave well alone, cheers peeps yer the best! DM4

  SB23 21:55 20 Sep 2007

I had one of those scans, and to be honest, it concerned me to be told that a good proportion of my drivers were out of date.
If I remember I posted here about it, and the general concensus was to leave them alone.
I was also told to update the bios, but I left that alone too!

  Boghound 07:27 21 Sep 2007

I did the same thing with "Driver Magic", which by the way was recommended by PCA. It to said I needed loads, and I mean loads, of driver updates. Download and installed a few which messed the machine up, then spent hours reverting it back to normal.....The kicker is, I paid for the program and tried to get my money back on their "refunds guaranteed" scheme...No success...LEAVE WELL ALONE!!!!

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