Who has never experienced a problem with your computer and had to format it, and by the time you start Windows saw that did not have any drivers installed, and worse, that did not have the installation CD's, I was one who has passed so many times, but nothing simpler than looking at the site of the manufacturers, correct?
But seek driver by driver is a little tiring, so why not use a program that does all this for us? I'll show you two FREE programs that search the internet for drivers, the DeviceDoctor and DriverEasy the two are very simple to use. Device Doctor:
Its interface is very simple as you can see to work just click the BEGIN SCAN it will crawl the Internet behind your drivers:
After finding it lists the drivers to be downloaded and installed:
Simple, no? Driver Easy
It has a prettier interface than the competitor, and is far more effective to search for drivers, to work just click on SCAN NOW:
It will scan your drivers for outdated or not installed:
When you find the drivers you can download all at once, or download one by one: Remember that, if the programs meet the BIOS as outdated, MUST NOT UPDATE, stay tuned to this.
As we all now know how to update your drivers easily, leave here one more tip for those who do not want to be looking for, either by site or by programs, is doing a backup of all drivers. Use Driver Max
Links: http://www.devicedoctor.com/ http://www.drivereasy.com/ http://www.drivermax.com/