Windows Thread, Collecting Drivers in Technical; Does anybody know of a free tool or a way that I can collect the drivers installed on my machine ...
14th May 2008, 03:30 PM #1
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Does anybody know of a free tool or a way that I can collect the drivers installed on my machine and then export them
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14th May 2008, 03:37 PM #2
Use driver collector. You can export the drivers to any folder you wish.
Thanks to clarky2k3 from:
14th May 2008, 03:37 PM #3
I believe you can just go to windows sys32, though I have never tried to use these to install from scratch, it does contain the windows cache of drivers.
14th May 2008, 03:44 PM #4
This thread might help...
Backing up drivers before Clean Install
There's something else out there too... Can't remember which of the walking encyclopedia posted up about it though.
14th May 2008, 03:51 PM #5
driver genius pro 7
We use the trial version of driver genius. It doesn't find the most up to date drivers for you (you have to pay for it before that option is enabled) but it does find all the drivers on your machine and allow you to export them into a folder, a zip archive or as an exe. Which is all we need it to do.
Just have to reinstall it after so long, only problem.
14th May 2008, 04:28 PM #6
You do know thats illegal and a breach of the EULA generally so I would strongly recommend you dont do this with trial ware. If you need to reinstall it because you use/need it then buy it. If its too expensive then find another way rather then breaking the rules of trials.
Originally Posted by roty80
For a free way, as per continks post, check out:
DriverMax for Windows Vista and Windows XP - easily reinstall all your Windows drivers within a few minutes
For driver updates you could try SUMO:
It does not let you directly update but it can let you know that there is a update.
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