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What program should I get to check what drivers need to be updated?

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User Info: Lootman

Lootman
3 years ago#1
So far I've checked two, one turned out to be paid and the other kept changing my browser's defaults every time I closed and reopened the browser.
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TheFeshPince
3 years ago#2
lol
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User Info: Ep1taph303

Ep1taph303
3 years ago#3
If you absolutely need one, use slimdriver
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User Info: Lootman

Lootman
3 years ago#4
Mm is there one built in to windows? How am I meant to be able to track what needs updating without a program to tell me?
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User Info: Darkcloud20

Darkcloud20
3 years ago#5
Why would you need that? The driver of your graphic card is the only one that should need constant updating and both Nvidea and Ati have tools for that.
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User Info: Lootman

Lootman
3 years ago#6
Darkcloud20 posted...
Why would you need that? The driver of your graphic card is the only one that should need constant updating and both Nvidea and Ati have tools for that.


New PC, needs drivers.
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2Dhas_a_MIGRANE
3 years ago#7
Lootman posted...
Darkcloud20 posted...
Why would you need that? The driver of your graphic card is the only one that should need constant updating and both Nvidea and Ati have tools for that.


New PC, needs drivers.


If it's one you built go to the motherboard manufacturer's website and get those drivers
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User Info: Ep1taph303

Ep1taph303
3 years ago#8
Lootman posted...
Mm is there one built in to windows? How am I meant to be able to track what needs updating without a program to tell me?



No there isn't. Like I said if you have to use one, get the one I recommended. It works.
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User Info: WerdnAndreW

WerdnAndreW
3 years ago#10
You can look in device manager, there you'll find the driver version of all your hardware.
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