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|Description:||DriverCure© Device Driver Update Utility|
|Operating System:||Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000|
PLEASE NOTE: This device driver is installed by the DriverCure© Device Driver Update Utility. This Utility ensures that you are installing the correct device driver version. Download and installation takes approximately 2 minutes.
Download / Scan Instructions:
- Click here to download DriverCure© Device Driver Update Utility
- Click "Run" ("Save As" if using Firefox)
- Click "Run" Again
- Follow on-screen directions for installation and scan
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):
What Is a Device Driver?
A device driver is computer file that Windows© uses to control disk devices, display adapters, input devices such as a mouse or trackball, modems, fax machines, printers, and other hardware. Most devices on the computer need drivers to run. Computer accessories, such as printers, scanners and digital cameras also need the correct device drivers to function.
PLEASE NOTE: It is critical that you confirm that your system is cleaned of all spyware, adware, and viruses before correcting Driver problems. If not, these malicious programs might cause your Drivers to function improperly.
What Causes Driver-Related Problems?
Uninstalling / reinstalling programs, spyware/virus infections, or everyday computer use can cause your drivers to become corrupt (another common cause is upgrading from Windows XP to Windows Vista). Drivers can also become outdated through Windows updates and service pack upgrades.
What Problems Can Corrupt Drivers Cause?
Corrupted or outdated drivers often create file errors, communication problems, or hardware malfunction in Windows. Common problems include no sound, printing malfunctions, video / screen problems.
How Do I Repair Device Driver Issues?
Option 1: Automatic Repair (Novice User)
- DriverCure© Device Driver Update Utility.
- Install program and click Scan.
- Wait approximately 2 minutes while your drivers are automatically downloaded and updated.
- Restart your computer.
Option 2: Manual Updating (Advanced Users)
- Visit the hardware manufactor's website and download each individual device driver.
- Place each driver in it's respective folder in Windows.
- Go to the Control Panel and find Manage Hardware Devices.
- Manually update each individual driver following the on-screen instructions.
- Restart your computer.
Both repair options fix corrupted or outdated drivers via replacing your current drivers with the latest file releases.