Updating drives


wizard will read the information from all the INF files in this folder.INF files are the only files that Device Manager accepts for driver setup information.

There are plenty of free file extractor programs out there if you don't care for 7-Zip.Based on a huge and comprehensive database of more than 5,000,000 driver entries, Driver Tunerâ„¢ supports drivers for almost all major computer hardware and device manufacturers such as Dell, HP, Lenovo, Samsung, Toshiba, ASUS, Nvidia, Intel, Realtek, Brother, EPSON, Compaq, Gateway, and so on. Driver Tunerâ„¢ has helped me fix many driver problems and keep them updated. Updating drivers in Windows 7 isn't something you do on a regular basis but you might find yourself needing to do so for any of several different reasons.Important: There may be multiple folders within the extracted folder so be sure to work your way to the one for Windows 7 if it exists.Some downloads will also include both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of a driver with the 32-bit driver in one folder and the 64-bit version in another, sometimes nested under an operating system labeled folder as well.When you download a driver for a piece of hardware in your computer, you're actually downloading a compressed file that contains the one or more actual driver files, plus various other auxiliary files necessary to get the driver installed in Windows 7.

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