Missing Drivers after Upgradation to Vista

Posted: August 18, 2009 in Vista
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If you don’t know how to find drivers on a particular vendor’s web site, you may be
better off using DriverAgent.com. This site is run by the Touchstone Software Corp., a
Massachusetts company that has developed CheckIt Diagnostics and several other wellknown
utility programs.
At the site, you can click Scan to find which drivers may be outdated on your system
and how to obtain new drivers, whether your system is running Windows XP, 2000,
Me, or 98. Don’t install drivers that are labeled as beta unless you’re willing to take a
chance on these drivers’ readiness for widespread use.
If newer drivers are available, the site will download them for you if you pay a fee of
$29.95 for a one-year membership. This fee might save you some valuable time. If you
don’t want to pay, at least the scan will show you which of your drivers have newer versions
available. For more details, see http://www.DriverAgent.com.

If you don’t know how to find drivers on a particular vendor’s web site, you may be

better off using DriverAgent.com. This site is run by the Touchstone Software Corp., a

Massachusetts company that has developed CheckIt Diagnostics and several other wellknown

utility programs.

At the site, you can click Scan to find which drivers may be outdated on your system

and how to obtain new drivers, whether your system is running Windows XP, 2000,

Me, or 98. Don’t install drivers that are labeled as beta unless you’re willing to take a

chance on these drivers’ readiness for widespread use.

If newer drivers are available, the site will download them for you if you pay a fee of

$29.95 for a one-year membership. This fee might save you some valuable time. If you

don’t want to pay, at least the scan will show you which of your drivers have newer versions

available. For more details, see http://www.DriverAgent.com.

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