Fix your Device Manager

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My computer got kind of screwy, and I knew I was in trouble when the Device Manager showed a bunch of missing drivers. Driver Robot fixed them right up though - thanks guys!

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If you're troubleshooting drivers, you're already familiar with the Device Manager. While it can't do much on its own to help you, the Device Manager is a great tool for identifying out-of-date and missing drivers on your system. Just look for those obnoxious yellow question or exclamation marks!

If you have any of the dreaded yellow marks in your Device Manager, the answer is easy: you need to use Driver Robot to automatically update all your system's devices. The only way to satisfy the Device Manager is by having 100% up-to-date drivers - and that's exactly what Driver Robot will do for you.

Driver Robot automatically updates:

  • Sound card drivers
  • Printer drivers
  • Video card drivers
  • Motherboard drivers
  • Webcam drivers
  • Wireless drivers
  • Bluetooth drivers
  • FireWire drivers
  • Ethernet drivers
  • Windows XP drivers
  • Windows Vista drivers
  • USB drivers
  • Chipset drivers
  • AC97 drivers
  • DVD drivers
  • Router drivers

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Three reasons to use Driver Robot to fix your device manger:


Driver Robot clears your device manager of errors

The reason the device manager is complaining with its yellow question (or exclamation, in Vista) marks is because a driver for a device on your system is not functioning correctly. Whether this is because the driver is missing, outdated, or corrupted, the feedback from the Device Manager is the same. Driver Robot can fix this for you - automatically.


The easiest way to find the drivers that the Device Manager wants is with Driver Robot

Because Driver Robot has a massive database of over 2,000,000 drivers, it's guaranteed to find the driver you need to make all the yellow question/exclamation marks go away. Don't waste your time manually looking up hardware IDs and serial numbers - this great piece of software will do all that for you. Just sit back, relax, and wait for the Device Manager to show you that your computer is 100% functional.


Those yellow questions/exclamation in the Device Manager are serious business!

The Device Manager might be annoying, but those yellow marks represent a serious problem on your system that has to be resolved now. You don't have to ask very far before you hear a horror story of a poor user who tried to use their computer when it was missing a driver. Don't take the chance - especially when there's such an easy solution right in front of you.

Driver Robot makes it a snap to fix your Device Manager

Driver Pro guarantees that Driver Robot is 100% safe for your system

Not only is Driver Robot the best way to clear your Device Manager of yellow question and exclamation marks, but we also guarantee that it is 100% free of spyware, malware, and other viruses. You can download with confidence - we only recommend software we run and use every day ourselves. Have fun - and good riddance to the yellow marks!

How to use the driver update tool on your PC

To update your computer's drivers, you need to download and install the driver update tool on to your PC. When you are finished updating your drivers, you may wish to uninstall the driver utility. Here are some simple, step-by-step instructions for doing so.

Installing the driver utility to update your drivers

To begin the installation process, download the setup file from any of the download buttons on this page (5.1MB, executable file). The download will take approximately 30 seconds on most connections.

Once the setup file is on your system, locate it and double-click on it to begin the installation process. The installer will show you a splash screen welcoming you to the product. Press the Next button to continue past this.

Now, review the End User License Agreement (EULA) and make sure you agree with it. Press Next again to continue. The application will now install on to your computer, and configure itself for maximum compatibility with your system.

When the application is finished installing, it will run automatically and prompt you to begin a driver scan to find new drivers for your system.

Uninstalling the driver tool when you're finished updating your drivers

Uninstalling the driver update tool couldn't be easier. Open your Start menu and press the All Programs button. In this list, find the driver software's folder. Inside this folder, you will find an icon labeled Uninstall. Click on this to begin uninstalling the software.

You may be asked whether you're sure you want to remove the program from your computer. Press Yes, and it will uninstall cleanly from your system. No traces or remnants will be left.

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