Driver update program

  FatboySlim71 10:13 24 Nov 06
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Ive heard that there is programs around that will scan the hardware on my PC and inform me if the drivers are out of date and if this is the case will allow me to update them to the latest version. I was wondering if someone can suggest a good program that will scan my PC and tell me if the drivers I have are out of date. I have Windows XP Pro.

  FatboySlim71 17:14 24 Nov 06

Bump

  Stuartli 17:49 24 Nov 06

There are such facilities but most seem to be American based and, in the States, you often have to pay for something that we download for free from the manufacturers' websites...:-)

  Technotiger 17:53 24 Nov 06
  FatboySlim71 08:54 04 Dec 06

Bump

  wolfie3000 12:59 04 Dec 06

You will be hard pressed to find a free program that does what you want i know iv tryed,

My advice is to find out all your hardware and then go to the manufacteres website and download it like that.

To find out what hardware you have download this.

click here

  FatboySlim71 17:04 04 Dec 06

Thanks wolfie3000, I will try what you suggested, I think your right, it will be the only way I will be able to do what I have mentioned.

  brundle 17:15 04 Dec 06

I thought BigFix did this kind of thing (never used it myself)
click here
(there is a `consumer` version if you hunt around the site)

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