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  1. Windows 10 update will bring back one of Windows 7’s best features Updating drivers gets easier (Image credit: Shutterstock) A new Windows 10 update looks set to bring back one of Windows 7’s best features, allowing users to quickly and easily download and install drivers and optional updates to ensure their PCs run as well as possible. The update, Windows 10 Build 19041.450, brings an optional updates page, which you can find by going to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update > View optional updates. This update also means new drivers can be found and installed via Windows Update, rather than going into Device Manager, where they used to be. Hopefully, this should be an easier – and more user-friendly – way of making sure your drivers are updated. Better updates? Windows 10 has been plagued recently with a series of problematic updates that have caused more problems than they’ve fixed, and many of them were optional. By giving users better control over what’s installed, hopefully people can avoid installing any dud updates. Having the latest drivers installed can also help make sure PCs run as well as possible – so making it easier for people to do that is to be commended. Driver updates, as well as non-security updates and general quality updates and tweaks will now be shown in the ‘Optional updates’ page. If you want to try it out, make sure you have Windows 10 KB4566782 installed, which is the 19041.450 build. We also show you how to update drivers in Windows 10. Via Windows Latest Windows 10 update will bring back one of Windows 7’s best features
  2. HandyPAF

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    This is an excellent website to visit if you are looking for a directory of safe and reliable freeware. You can check it out at the link below. The webmaster used to post daily updates to freeware, much like MajorGeeks or other such sites do. http://thedutchjewel.freehostia.com/freeware.php
  3. AMD Adrenalin 20.5.1 Beta driver adds Graphics Hardware scheduling to select Navi cards A couple of days back, AMD quietly rolled out a feature update to its 20.5.1 Adrenalin driver adding support for hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling (GHS) on select Navi GPUs. Henceforth, the RX 5700 and 5600 series graphics cards, on both desktop and mobile, ie, RX 5700, RX 5600, and RX 5700M, RX 5600M, will support this feature. Sadly, it means Polaris and Vega owners, as well as Ryzen APU owners, will have to wait for a bit longer to get this feature. GHS is a major feature of WDDM 2.7 introduced in the Windows 10 May 2020 Update (version 2004, build 19041). Rival Nvidia added support for the feature in its latest driver version 451.48 a few days back and AMD has followed suit, albeit only selectively for now. Since this is only a beta expansion over its previous driver release, AMD hasn't noted any specific bug fixes separately for this version. However, the firm has detailed the issues that are yet to be resolved: Oculus™ VR headsets may not display content or may experience severe performance drops with Hardware Scheduling enabled. Enhanced Sync may cause a black screen to occur when enabled on some games and system configurations. Any users who may be experiencing issues with Enhanced Sync enabled should disable it as a temporary workaround. Using Edge™ web browser to playback video content with a multi display system configuration may cause a system hang or crash after extended periods of use. Performance Metrics Overlay and Radeon WattMan incorrectly report higher than expected idle clock speeds on Radeon RX 5700 series graphics products. Performance and power consumption are not impacted by this incorrect reporting. Some games may exhibit stutter intermittently during gameplay on Radeon RX 5000 series graphics products. Radeon RX Vega series graphics products may experience a system crash or TDR when performing multiple task switches using Alt+Tab. Desktop or In-game corruption may occur intermittently when HDR is enabled. Direct ML Media Filters are currently unavailable in Radeon Software Media gallery for video or image content. Some users may still experience black screen or system hang issues during extended periods of gameplay. Some game titles may experience hitching when Instant Replay is enabled on Radeon RX 5000 series system configurations. If you own a Navi GPU and want to try GHS, head over to the official release notes page here to download the Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition 20.5.1 Beta driver. Moreover, AMD's Radeon Software app on Windows can also be used to upgrade to this driver, but do make sure to enable "Optional" updates since this is a beta release. If you wish to provide feedback on the driver or report errors, you can do so via this link. AMD Adrenalin 20.5.1 Beta driver adds Graphics Hardware scheduling to select Navi cards
  4. Greetings everyone, This guide will help you to manually backup all third-party drivers (non- microsoft drivers) from an existing Windows 7 installation. I did some testing and found that all the hardware drivers are stored in C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository directory. What you have to do is: (i)Go to C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository (ii)Sort by last modified date & (iii)Check and copy folder for non-microsoft drivers to say C:\Drivers. That's all IGNORE those folder which don't contain *.cat file. I also slipstreamed the above drivers in Windows 7 January 2020 Disc Image & it integrated successfully. Command Line Interface(Extract): C:\Windows\system32>Dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:C:\Win7\sources\install.wim Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool Version: 6.1.7601.24499 Details for image : C:\Win7\sources\install.wim Index : 1 Name : Windows 7 HOMEBASIC Description : Windows 7 HOMEBASIC Size : 14,867,750,897 bytes Index : 2 Name : Windows 7 HOMEPREMIUM Description : Windows 7 HOMEPREMIUM Size : 15,386,654,205 bytes Index : 3 Name : Windows 7 PROFESSIONAL Description : Windows 7 PROFESSIONAL Size : 15,291,878,047 bytes Index : 4 Name : Windows 7 ULTIMATE Description : Windows 7 ULTIMATE Size : 15,454,575,521 bytes The operation completed successfully. C:\Windows\system32>PAUSE Press any key to continue . . . C:\Windows\system32>mkdir C:\ULTIMATE C:\Windows\system32>Dism /Mount-WIM /WimFile:C:\Win7\sources\install.wim /index: 4 /MountDir:C:\ULTIMATE Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool Version: 6.1.7601.24499 Mounting image [==========================100.0%==========================] The operation completed successfully. C:\Windows\system32>Dism /Image:C:\ULTIMATE /Add-Driver /Driver:C:\Drivers /Recu rse Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool Version: 6.1.7601.24499 Image Version: 6.1.7601.24499 Searching for driver packages to install... Found 19 driver package(s) to install. Installing 1 of 19 - C:\Drivers\atheros_bth.inf_amd64_neutral_7f7d27b8abb6001a\a theros_bth.inf: The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 2 of 19 - C:\Drivers\dptf_cpu.inf_amd64_neutral_aa6e0c437ab150d5\dptf _cpu.inf: The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 3 of 19 - C:\Drivers\esif_manager.inf_amd64_neutral_c73fefaf22ba926a\ esif_manager.inf: The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 4 of 19 - C:\Drivers\hdxma7.inf_amd64_neutral_9bbcdf3b5e3fc734\hdxma7 .inf: The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 5 of 19 - C:\Drivers\heci.inf_amd64_neutral_16593ab35133f7a6\heci.inf : The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 6 of 19 - C:\Drivers\iaahcic.inf_amd64_neutral_0a9d931ff5b9c7cf\iaAHC IC.inf: The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 7 of 19 - C:\Drivers\ialpss2_gpio2_skl.inf_amd64_neutral_be53f7a7c63d ac92\iaLPSS2_GPIO2_SKL.inf: The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 8 of 19 - C:\Drivers\ialpss2_i2c_skl.inf_amd64_neutral_b2e38689a4eb38 7b\iaLPSS2_I2C_SKL.inf: The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 9 of 19 - C:\Drivers\intcdaud.inf_amd64_neutral_66e0a5048e30f9c5\Intc DAud.inf: The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 10 of 19 - C:\Drivers\k120130.inf_amd64_neutral_299d0c74ec099c32\K120 130.inf: The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 11 of 19 - C:\Drivers\netathr7x.inf_amd64_neutral_f6b1b7669e6ad5b3\ne tathr7x.inf: The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 12 of 19 - C:\Drivers\rt64win7.inf_amd64_neutral_ded7d70457da510f\rt6 4win7.inf: The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 13 of 19 - C:\Drivers\rtsuerx.inf_amd64_neutral_c49dd1b16298e63c\RtsU erX.inf: The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 14 of 19 - C:\Drivers\sunrisepoint-lpsystem.inf_amd64_neutral_c08c10f a27075155\sunrisepoint-lpsystem.inf: The driver package was successfully install ed. Installing 15 of 19 - C:\Drivers\sunrisepoint-lpsystemlpss.inf_amd64_neutral_244 c81f76a71145b\sunrisepoint-lpsystemlpss.inf: The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 16 of 19 - C:\Drivers\sunrisepoint-lpsystemthermal.inf_amd64_neutral_ 7e014774b9c5f768\sunrisepoint-lpsystemthermal.inf: The driver package was succes sfully installed. Installing 17 of 19 - C:\Drivers\synpd.inf_amd64_neutral_5ab01e2e519fd6f2\synpd. inf: The driver package was successfully installed. Installing 18 of 19 - C:\Drivers\USB\iusb3hub.inf: The driver package was succes sfully installed. Installing 19 of 19 - C:\Drivers\USB\iusb3xhc.inf: The driver package was succes sfully installed. The operation completed successfully. C:\Windows\system32>Dism /Unmount-WIM /MountDir:C:\ULTIMATE /Commit Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool Version: 6.1.7601.24499 Image File : C:\Win7\sources\install.wim Image Index : 4 Saving image [==========================100.0%==========================] Unmounting image [==========================100.0%==========================] The operation completed successfully. C:\Windows\system32>rmdir C:\ULTIMATE C:\Windows\system32>Dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:C:\Win7\sources\install.wim Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool Version: 6.1.7601.24499 Details for image : C:\Win7\sources\install.wim Index : 1 Name : Windows 7 HOMEBASIC Description : Windows 7 HOMEBASIC Size : 16,074,956,469 bytes Index : 2 Name : Windows 7 HOMEPREMIUM Description : Windows 7 HOMEPREMIUM Size : 16,593,602,612 bytes Index : 3 Name : Windows 7 PROFESSIONAL Description : Windows 7 PROFESSIONAL Size : 16,498,828,957 bytes Index : 4 Name : Windows 7 ULTIMATE Description : Windows 7 ULTIMATE Size : 16,661,516,327 bytes The operation completed successfully. C:\Windows\system32>PAUSE Press any key to continue . . . Regards. EDIT 1 : As an extra precaution(optional), it's better to delete the *.pnf files from copied folders as these files are machine-specific and are created by the system when the driver is installed for device. EDIT 2: If you're planning to slipstreamed all third-party drivers like I do above then don't forget to integrate dotNet also in Windows 7 January 2020 ISOs as some drivers malfunction like MaxxAudioPro, Synaptics Touchpad Driver, etc. without it. EDIT 3: Or you can simply use this third-party program called Windows Download Integrator (Not Recommended) shared by @Mach1 to do this work for you. CREDITS: @abbodi1406
  5. Windows 10 drivers will be rolled out gradually Microsoft started to work on improving how drivers are pushed via the Windows 10 operating system's automatic update features. Windows 10 includes functionality to distribute drivers to user systems, e.g. when a driver is required for a device to work at all or properly. While Windows 10 users may install drivers manually if available, many devices rely on these drivers initially or at all. In late 2019, Microsoft revealed plans to make it easier to discover optional drivers through Windows Updates. Microsoft introduced yet another change in January 2020 that gives device manufacturers better control over driver distribution. One of the benefits allows manufacturers to flag drivers as incompatible with certain versions of Windows 10 to prevent device updates. Gradual Driver rollout on Windows 10 Gradual rollout is yet another new feature that aims to improve drivers on Windows 10. Instead of pushing new drivers to all devices in the ecosystem right away, drivers are rolled out over time similar to how new Windows 10 versions are made available to a subset of devices at first. Microsoft plans to monitor the driver using Telemetry to step in if a driver appears to be unhealthy. The distribution of the driver may then be paused so that issues may be investigated and fixed. A driver distribution may even be cancelled if no solution is found. Gradual rollout drivers will only be made available to systems running Windows 10 version 1709 or later. Devices that run Windows 10 version 1703 or earlier will always receive the driver after the throttle is complete. The entire gradual rollout process is divided into two phases: The 30-day monitoring period -- Begins on the first day that a driver is throttled and ends about 30 days later. The driver throttling period -- Each driver is assigned a release throttle curve and a risk is assessed against several factors. Microsoft lists three typical throttle curves: Throttle through 1% go 100% of the retail Windows population. Throttle to 100% of the retail Windows population. Throttle with an initial set of a highly active population before progressing to 1% to 100% of the entire retail Windows population. The throttle curve is "tightly related to its risk assessment". Microsoft notes that optional drivers are usually throttled to 100% immediately but subject to the 30-day monitoring period. Closing Words Drivers may be throttled going forward and high risk drivers may be released to a small subset of the entire Windows 10 retail population only to monitor the experience and react to potential issues before the driver is made available to a larger percentage or even the entire population. The new gradual rollout feature may reduce the number of devices impacted by driver issues distributed via Windows Update. Source: Windows 10 drivers will be rolled out gradually (gHacks - Martin Brinkmann)
  6. Microsoft Partners may request Windows Update blocks if drivers are incompatible A new document by Microsoft reveals that Microsoft Partners may request Windows Update blocks for their devices or hardware if they find out that certain drivers are incompatible with new feature updates of the operating system. It happens from time to time that device drivers are not compatible with new versions of Microsoft's Windows operating system (Microsoft revealed in 2018 that device driver quality was better than ever). When Microsoft becomes aware of incompatibilities, it informs its partners about them during development of the new version of Windows so that they may fix the issue before the final release. Sometimes, that does not happen in time or issues become known after the release. Microsoft may block devices with the hardware or driver from upgrading to the new version of Windows; this is called an update block and it is a temporary measure designed to prevent that customers who run Windows devices run into issues and to give partners time to produce a working and compatible driver. We have seen several upgrade blocks this year alone, e.g. to prevent certain devices from upgrading to Windows 10 version 1903. Up until now, it was Microsoft that put these blocks in place based on its data. The company has changed the process so that Microsoft Partners may request update blocks if they need more time to update certain device drivers. The document, which is publicly available but has a NDA watermark, informs partners that they may requiest Windows Update offer blocks for up to 60 days. It states: Feature Update Windows Update (WU) Offer Block Mitigation Request In order to ensure that end users have a good post-update experience, when a driver has a known incompatibility with a feature update, Partners can request a temporary WU offer block (~30-60 days) so that Windows Update will not offer the feature update to devices running a driver version with a known incompatibility. The offer block will be removed once a partner has posted an updated driver (as Automatic and/or Dynamic) via Hardware Dev Center portal. The document reveals another change related to drivers and Windows Update. Microsoft will automatically block new drivers from being offered through Windows Update before and after Patch Tuesday and the release of a new feature update: Patch Tuesday: no new drivers the day before, at, and after Patch Tuesday. Feature Updates: no new drivers the two days before, at, and the two days after the release date. Closing Words Microsoft hopes that the change will reduce the number of driver-related issues that Windows users will run into in the future. Whether that is really the case or whether it will be used by partners to delay development remains to be seen. Source: Microsoft Partners may request Windows Update blocks if drivers are incompatible (gHacks - Martin Brinkmann)
  7. How to Slipstream Windows 10 Drivers to Windows 10 Installation Media and from where to download necessary drivers?
  8. At least one major provider of hardware-level BIOS drivers is actively deleting old stuff it no longer supports, while old FTP sites where vintage drivers are often found are soon going to be harder to reach. You’ve never lived until you’ve had to download a driver from an archived forum post on the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine. You have no idea if it’s going to work, but it’s your only option. So you bite the bullet. I recently did this with a PCI-based SATA card I was attempting to flash to support a PowerPC-based Mac, and while it was a bit of a leap of faith, it actually ended up working. Score one for chance. But this, increasingly, feels like it may be a way of life for people trying to keep old hardware alive—despite the fact that all the drivers generally have to do is simply sit on the internet, available when they’re necessary. Apparently, that isn’t easy enough for Intel. Recently, the chipmaker took BIOS drivers, a boot-level firmware technology used for hardware initialization in earlier generations of PCs, for a number of its unsupported motherboards off its website, citing the fact that the programs have reached an “End of Life” status. While it reflects the fact that Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI), a later generation of firmware technology used in PCs and Macs, is expected to ultimately replace BIOS entirely, it also leaves lots of users with old gadgets out in a lurch. And as Bleeping Computer has noted, it appears to be part of a broader trend to prevent downloads for unsupported hardware on the Intel website—things that have long lived past their current lives. After all, if something goes wrong, Intel can be sure it’s not liable if a 15-year-old BIOS update borks a system. In a comment to Motherboard, Intel characterized the approach to and timing of the removals as reflecting industry norms. "To provide customers with transparency on product support, Intel communicates guidance on specific products and software that are reaching end of support and end of life,” the company said in a statement. “These notifications are aligned with industry standards. Intel assesses the support needs and capabilities of our products on an ongoing basis. This assessment takes into account multiple considerations, including technical and practical limitations, and customer feedback." However, this is a problem for folks who take collecting or use of old technology seriously, such as those on the forum Vogons, which noticed the issue first, though it’s far from anything new. Technology companies come and go all the time, and as things like mergers and redesigns happen, often the software repository gets affected when the technology goes out of date. A Problem For Consumers & Collectors Jason Scott, the Internet Archive’s lead software curator, says that Intel's decision to no longer provide old drivers on its website reflects a tendency by hardware and software developers to ignore their legacies when possible—particularly in the case of consumer software, rather than in the enterprise, where companies’ willingness to pay for updates ensures that needed updates won’t simply sit on the shelf. “That goes, you know, back to phone companies having to do this to keep equipment running,” Scott explained in a phone interview. Driver repositories largely intended for consumers, like Intel’s, reflect an evolution in the way that companies would distribute updates to software packages, something originally done through the mail. By the late 80s, digital distribution options appeared—for example, bulletin boards such as Software Creations, which helped distribute updated versions of Doom. By the mid-90s, companies started to create FTP repositories to distribute software, which had the effect of changing the nature of updates: When the internet made distribution easier and both innovation and security risks grew more advanced, technology companies updated their apps far more often. FTP’s Pending Fadeout Many of those FTP servers are still around today, but the news cycle offers a separate, equally disappointing piece of information for those looking for vintage drivers: Major web browsers are planning to sunset support for the FTP protocol. Chrome plans to remove support for FTP sites by version 82, which is currently in the development cycle and will hit sometime next year. And Firefox makers Mozilla have made rumblings about doing the same thing. The reasons for doing so, often cited for similar removals of legacy features, come down to security. FTP is a legacy service that can’t be secured in much the same way that its successor, SFTP, can. While FTP applications like CyberDuck will likely exist for decades from now, the disconnect from the web browser will make these servers a lot harder to use. The reason goes back to the fact that the FTP protocol isn’t inherently searchable—but the best way to find information about it is with a web-based search engine … such as Google. FTP-based searching is a useful tactic outside of technology; some journalists use Google searches of FTP sites to uncover confidential files hiding on old servers. But vintage tech heads often can find important documents like technical specifications hiding on FTP servers that might not be so easy to find on websites. And drivers are no exception. Earlier this year, I was attempting to get a vintage webcam working, and while I was ultimately unable to get it to work, it wasn’t due to lack of software access. See, Logitech actually kept copies of Connectix’s old webcam software on its FTP site. This is software that hasn’t seen updates in more than 20 years; that only supports Windows 3.1, Windows NT, and Windows 95; and that wasn’t on Logitech’s website. One has to wonder how soon those links will disappear from Google searches once the two most popular desktop browsers remove easy access to those files. And there’s no guarantee that a company is going to keep a server online beyond that point. “It was just it was this weird experience that FTP sites, especially, could have an inertia of 15 to 20 years now, where they could be running all this time, untouched,” Scott added. “And just every time that, you know, if the machine dies, it goes away.” Can Archives Save the Day? Realizing that this would be an issue, Scott had the Archive Team save whatever they could from public FTP sites a few years back into a section of the Internet Archive called the FTP Site Boneyard—one FTP site getting the treatment was Intel’s, which has an archive dating to 2014. That’s great news for folks who have devices from before then, though it’s not exactly solace for what comes after. And the motivation for companies to make an effort to simply keep consumer drivers available may simply not be in a forward-thinking company’s DNA. “It'd be like trying to ask a company like how their tech product tastes,” Scott says. “They would be like, ‘What? I don’t know.’” The good news is that we do have archival outlets to find drivers, whether through the Internet Archive’s software collection or through its Wayback Machine. But even with that resource, it’s going to be a crapshoot—involving deep-sea forum diving; the luck of the draw that an old FTP site has been archived; and possibly even hitting a sketchy Russian download site, which is sketchy, but at least has the file you need. The steps needed to get your 15-year-old device to work are going to start feeling more and more like an adventure, as other companies follow Intel’s lead. Nonetheless, this all feels like an unnecessary step. Those old files weren’t doing anyone any harm. Source
  9. How to list all installed third-party drivers on Windows PCs Drivers play an important part in Windows as they add certain capabilities or support for certain hardware devices to the operating system. Windows operating systems come with a set of default drivers that ensure that things work reasonably well and don't require users to install numerous drivers manually before components like video or sound cards, wireless network adapters, or drives function properly. It may not be necessary to install any third-party drivers on Windows PCs but sometimes, it is necessary or wanted. Administrators may need to install third-party drivers if the default drivers don't support certain hardware devices; sometimes, it is also beneficial to use third-party drivers to improve functionality or performance. Many security and low-level tools such as Sandboxie or VeraCrypt install drivers on the system; without these drivers, these programs would not function usually. Drivers may cause issues on Windows PCs; a bad driver may cause crashes, data loss and other issues, or even prevent the system from booting up correctly. Managing drivers with native Windows tools is not a pleasant experience for the most part. Third-party tools such as DriverStore Explorer or InstalledDriversList improve management significantly. DriverView is a free 32-bit and 64-bit program for Microsoft Windows systems that administrators may use to list all third-party drivers installed on the system (among other things). The Nirsoft application is portable and compatible with all recent (and many not so recent) versions of the operating system. The program is offered as a 32-bit and 64-bit executable, and has a size of under 100 Kilobytes unpacked. The interface lists installed drivers by default. These include native Windows drivers and third-party drivers. A click on the View menu item displays options to hide all Microsoft drivers; doing so lists all third-party installed drivers on the system. Each driver is listed with its file name and type, path, modification and creation date, and many other parameters. Some have descriptions while others may not. Tip: enable the digital signature option under Options > Read Digital Signature to display it in the table. Note that you need to refresh the driver listing after enabling the option as it is not added automatically when you enable the option. Here are a couple of use scenarios for the app: List the drivers that were installed most recently. Verify installed driver versions. Sort drivers by company or installation path. Run a Google Search for specific drivers that you select in the application's interface. Create a HTML report that lists all installed third-party drivers. Upload some drivers to Virustotal for checking (manually only). DriverView may be run from the command line. The parameters are limited as there is no export only non-Microsoft drivers to a file. Closing Words DriverView is a handy software program to analyze installed third-party drivers on Windows machines. It is portable, easy to use, and its export options allow admins to create snapshots of drivers installed on a system. The program could use a handful of options that make it more useful, e.g. an option to open the folder a driver is installed in on the local system or integrated Virustotal scanning. Source: How to list all installed third-party drivers on Windows PCs (gHacks - Martin Brinkmann)
  10. Kyle_Katarn

    DUMo 2.18.1

    DUMo Drivers Update Monitor Summary DUMo (Drivers Update Monitor) keeps your PC up-to-date & safe by using the most recent version of required hardware drivers! Features User-friendly driver updater Automatic detection of installed hardware Detects required drivers according to your version of Microsoft Windows More compatibility and less false positive than others Drivers Monitors (according to users feedback ? Internationalization support. History/Changelog Home Direct download link Download portable version
  11. ReviverSoft Driver Reviver 5.29.2.2 Multilingual Driver Reviver is an industry leading PC Driver Update utility that will help you update your computer drivers in just a few clicks. Driver Reviver uses one of the largest and most comprehensive Driver and Software libraries available, ensuring that it will always find the most recent drivers for you device or hardware. Try Driver Reviver TODAY and find out how many of your drivers are out of date. DRIVER REVIVER FEATURES • Driver Reviver ensures all your hardware devices and software applications are performing at peak performance levels. Missing out on the latest driver releases means your PC and hardware devices are being cheated from bug fixes, performance improvements, and potential new features from the manufacturer. • Saves you time. It will require numerous hours to track down each and every driver for every single piece of hardware connected to your PC. Driver Reviver accomplishes this in minutes. • Saves you money. There are driver sites that provide drivers on a 'cost per download' basis. Your system will likely require hundreds of updates in its lifetime, so this option is expensive. In contrast, the number of drivers you can download using Driver Reviver is limitless during the subscription period. • Prevents you from incorrectly using the wrong driver. Drivers are hardware-dependent and operating-system-specific. This means that drivers (1) must be compatible to your PC's operating system, and (2) be suited to your hardware's brand and model. Driver Reviver automatically works on this basis so you're assured that driver update recommendations are specific to your system and hardware. • No need to be tech-savvy. It takes a bit of PC knowledge to scan for drivers, download them, and install them properly. Driver Reviver does all this for you. • Finds the right driver straight from the manufacturer directly. There is no need to hunt for the original installation CD or wasting time trawling the web. • Completely reduces your risk of downloading a faulty driver or even spyware. The wrong driver or malware could render your PC inoperable and potentially put you at risk of identity theft. • Driver Reviver protects you from mistakes. Restore point setting ensures that if there are any problems with an update, the changes can be easily reversed to get you back up and running in no time. • Huge database connected directly to the original manufacturer. Driver Reviver has over 10,000,000 drivers and applications from 56,000 hardware and software vendors. • New intuitive and simple to use interface makes Driver Reviver user friendly and easy to use. Driver Reviver has been developed with the novice user in mind while providing the backend structure and functionality expected by the most advanced user. • Light footprint ensures your computer's performance won't be affected while you use Driver Reviver. The last thing you want to do when running an application is for it to bog down your system and lose performance. Driver Reviver is all about helping improve your PC's performance and has been developed with this in mind. • 24/7 technical support. Support for Driver reviver is available from within the product and via email. Turn around time for a support request is less than 2 hours. • Driver Reviver is RISK FREE. If you are not completely satisfied, Driver Reviver comes with a no questions asked 30-day money back guarantee. • Windows 7 compatible. Many driver updaters are not yet Windows 7 compatible. With the big push for Microsoft on this launch, and with most new PC's coming with Windows 7, the need to be able to update software and drivers for existing peripherals for Windows 7 is extremely important. Home Page: www.reviversoft.com Download: https://www.reviversoft.com/driver-reviver/
  12. munkee

    Hp Drivers Needed !!

    Hello, can someone please help me find Windows 7 64bit drivers for the Hp 15-DA0007NE since they only offer Windows 10 drivers on the official Hp website. Thank you in advance
  13. Kyle_Katarn

    DUMo 2.17.1

    DUMo Drivers Update Monitor Summary DUMo (Drivers Update Monitor) keeps your PC up-to-date & safe by using the most recent version of required hardware drivers! Features User-friendly driver updater Automatic detection of installed hardware Detects required drivers according to your version of Microsoft Windows More compatibility and less false positive than others Drivers Monitors (according to users feedback ? Internationalization support. History/Changelog Home Direct download link Download portable version
  14. Kyle_Katarn

    DUMo 2.17

    DUMo Drivers Update Monitor Summary DUMo (Drivers Update Monitor) keeps your PC up-to-date & safe by using the most recent version of required hardware drivers! Features User-friendly driver updater Automatic detection of installed hardware Detects required drivers according to your version of Microsoft Windows More compatibility and less false positive than others Drivers Monitors (according to users feedback ? Internationalization support. History/Changelog Home Direct download link Download portable version
  15. Kyle_Katarn

    DUMo 2.16.2

    DUMo Drivers Update Monitor Summary DUMo (Drivers Update Monitor) keeps your PC up-to-date & safe by using the most recent version of required hardware drivers! Features User-friendly driver updater Automatic detection of installed hardware Detects required drivers according to your version of Microsoft Windows More compatibility and less false positive than others Drivers Monitors (according to users feedback ? Internationalization support. History/Changelog Home Direct download link Download portable version
  16. Kyle_Katarn

    DUMo 2.16.1

    DUMo Drivers Update Monitor Summary DUMo (Drivers Update Monitor) keeps your PC up-to-date & safe by using the most recent version of required hardware drivers! Features User-friendly driver updater Automatic detection of installed hardware Detects required drivers according to your version of Microsoft Windows More compatibility and less false positive than others Drivers Monitors (according to users feedback ? Internationalization support. History/Changelog Home Direct download link Download portable version
  17. Kyle_Katarn

    DUMo 2.16

    DUMo Drivers Update Monitor Summary DUMo (Drivers Update Monitor) keeps your PC up-to-date & safe by using the most recent version of required hardware drivers! Features User-friendly driver updater Automatic detection of installed hardware Detects required drivers according to your version of Microsoft Windows More compatibility and less false positive than others Drivers Monitors (according to users feedback ? Internationalization support. History/Changelog Home Direct download link Download portable version
  18. ATIc Installation Tool 2.4.0 + Portable ATIc Install Tool is a small program that will appeal to owners of AMD/ATI Radeon series. Now, if you need to get the latest version of the driver, it is sufficient to start the program, specify the operating system, configure the parameters for your version of Catalyst Center, wait for the search, and then download the correct drivers. Operating Systems: Windows 10/8.1/8/7 Requirements: Microsoft.NET Framework 4.6 Changelog: http://bluesky23.blog.shinobi.jp/entry/20180721 Version 2.4.0 (07/21/2018) Updated version list Added support for address change of the latest optional release notes Version 2.3.0 (05/25/2018) Updated version list Version 2.2.0 (04/28/2018) Updated version list Minor change Version 2.1.0 (12/23/2017) Added support for Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition Updated version list Minor changes and fixes Version 2.0.0 (07/09/2017) Changed specified method of download package Added support to download previous non WHQL driver Now run AMD Clean Uninstall Utility when enabling "Complete Uninstall" Discontinued support to download Catalyst 14.4 or older Changed system requirements Minor changes Homepage-JP: http://bluesky23.yukishigure.com/ATIcInstallTool.html Homepage-EN: http://bluesky23.yukishigure.com/en/ATIcInstallTool.html Changelog: http://bluesky23.yukishigure.com/en/acit/update/history.html Supplementary information: http://bluesky23.blog.shinobi.jp/entry/20170709 Download Installer: https://onedrive.live.com/download?resid=8473139A4F3F636D! 314&authkey=!AIjHgbMdkGNPW8I Download Portable: https://onedrive.live.com/download? resid=8473139A4F3F636D!313&authkey=!APmfsiTO5RlgcMg
  19. TinyNvidiaUpdateChecker Tiny application which checks for NVIDIA GeForce GPU drivers, written in C-sharp (C#) for Windows Visit the wiki for more information about the application! This application has a simple concept, when launched it will check for new driver updates for your NVIDIA gpu! With this you no longer need waste your time searching if there's something new to get. Download Downloads are available at the end of the post. Don't forget to download HtmlAgilityPack.dll which is a dependency and must be in the executing directory. Forkers HTML Agility Pack will automatically install when attempting to debug the project (make sure you're running the latest version of VS2017), or you may manually install it by doing the following: Open up your Package Manager Console and type in Install-Package HtmlAgilityPack. Requirements Windows 10, 8.x or 7 .NET framework 4.5 HtmlAgilityPack.dll in same folder as the executable (automatic download from v1.8.0 and up) Stable internet connection (optional) WinRAR or 7-Zip (only if using minimal installer method) [1.13.0] - 2018-06-06 Added QuickEdit is now disabled, no more accidentally stalling the application Changed Minor message when hash doesn't match Updated HAP to v1.8.4 Fixed Minimal installer not extracting new required EULA files #41 - thanks cywq Downloads 124 KB HtmlAgilityPack.dll 160 KB TinyNvidiaUpdateChecker.v1.13.0.exe Source code (zip) Source code (tar.gz) FYI: Update notified to nsane.forums by Actarusse.
  20. EVGA is bucking the trend and embracing the new normal by shipping the drivers for its new motherboards on a tiny flash drive instead. “No more driver DVDs in future EVGA motherboards including the new H370,” EVGA product management director Jacob Freeman tweeted late Thursday. “Instead you get the drivers on this small 8GB flash drive.” Optical drives might not be dead yet, but they’re certainly an endangered creature in the age of Steam and blisteringly fast broadband speeds. At a time when many cases—including Corsair flagships—don’t even include a 5.25-inch drive bay anymore, we’re baffled that so many motherboards still ship with their drivers imprisoned on discs. EVGA’s new H370 Stinger is the first motherboard to include drivers on a flash drive. You’ll still likely want to grab the latest motherboard drivers from EVGA’s website once you’re up and running, but this small yet thoughtful change will make it easier to get going out of the box. Why this matters: It’s not surprising that EVGA is leading us out of these dark days. The company ships a small number of expensive, well-built boards that cater to enthusiasts, the sort of crowd that seems likely to abandon DVD drives first. EVGA makes the change painless, too EVGA won’t charge more for its motherboards even though shipping drivers on flash drives costs about 20 times more than using DVDs, Freeman said. The USB 2.0 drives feature EVGA’s logo and are rewriteable, so once you’ve snagged your motherboard software you can repurpose them for general portable storage. Previously released motherboards will still come with DVDs for now, however, including Z370 hardware. The just-launched H370 Stinger ($160 on EVGA.com) is the first to ditch discs for flash drives. View: Original Article.
  21. Kyle_Katarn

    DUMo 2.15.2

    DUMo Drivers Update Monitor Summary DUMo (Drivers Update Monitor) keeps your PC up-to-date & safe by using the most recent version of required hardware drivers! Features User-friendly driver updater Automatic detection of installed hardware Detects required drivers according to your version of Microsoft Windows More compatibility and less false positive than others Drivers Monitors (according to users feedback ;-) Internationalization support. History/Changelog Home Direct download link Download light version Download portable version
  22. Kyle_Katarn

    DUMo 2.15

    DUMo Drivers Update Monitor Summary DUMo (Drivers Update Monitor) keeps your PC up-to-date & safe by using the most recent version of required hardware drivers! Features User-friendly driver updater Automatic detection of installed hardware Detects required drivers according to your version of Microsoft Windows More compatibility and less false positive than others Drivers Monitors (according to users feedback ;-) Internationalization support. History/Changelog Home Direct download link Download light version Download portable version
  23. Kyle_Katarn

    DUMo 2.14.1

    DUMo Drivers Update Monitor Summary DUMo (Drivers Update Monitor) keeps your PC up-to-date & safe by using the most recent version of required hardware drivers! Features User-friendly driver updater Automatic detection of installed hardware Detects required drivers according to your version of Microsoft Windows More compatibility and less false positive than others Drivers Monitors (according to users feedback ;-) Internationalization support. History/Changelog Home Direct download link Download light version Download portable version
  24. The AMD Driver Autodetect tool is designed to detect the model of graphics card and version of operating system installed in your computer. Our Autodetect tool can only be used on systems running the Microsoft® Windows operating system and/or AMD Radeon™ graphics. It does not work on Linux® systems, Apple Boot Camp systems or AMD FirePro™ graphics products. If a new driver is available, the tool is designed to help you download it. After you download the driver, simply click “Install” to start your installation. NOTE: This tool is designed to provide the latest official AMD Radeon Software graphics driver for systems running Microsoft Windows. If your system is not running Microsoft Windows or you are looking for an earlier driver or the latest beta driver, you can manually search for a driver from the AMD Graphics and Driver download page. Homepage Download
  25. Kyle_Katarn

    DUMo 2.14

    DUMo Drivers Update Monitor Summary DUMo (Drivers Update Monitor) keeps your PC up-to-date & safe by using the most recent version of required hardware drivers! Features User-friendly driver updater Automatic detection of installed hardware Detects required drivers according to your version of Microsoft Windows More compatibility and less false positive than others Drivers Monitors (according to users feedback ;-) Internationalization support. History/Changelog Home Direct download link Download light version Download portable version
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