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Slogging through websites - or, worse yet, the CDs that came with your computer - to find the right driver for your sound card is a nightmare. Is your sound card onboard or offboard? Which version do you have? Does it have special features like a 24-bit DAC or optical output? Don't worry if you don't know the answers to these questions - Driver Robot does, and it automatically updates your computer's sound card driver to the latest official driver from .

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 sound:


Driver Robot takes the guesswork out of driver updates.

Using Driver Robot to update your sound drivers means that you don't need to know the model number of your card. Every sound card has its own unique identifier - and Driver Robot is able to recognize every single one of them, instantly matching your sound card to the correct driver.


There's no risk of installing the wrong driver.

Installing the wrong driver for your sound card - even if it's just a different driver from - can totally mess up your system. Each sound card that makes has widely different hardware capabilities - like different numbers of outputs, different onboard memory sizes, etc. It's best to not take the risk of picking the wrong driver and just let Driver Robot do it for you.


Stay on top of future driver updates.

releases new drivers every few months or so on an irregular release schedule. Even after you get the right driver from for your sound card, you need to update it (and all the other drivers on your PC, for that matter) as soon as the newest ones come out. Driver Robot automatically does this for you.

Step-by-step: How Driver Robot fixes your drivers

Driver Robot is the best way to keep your drivers up-to-date

Don't waste time trying to manually update your sound card drivers. Driver Robot automatically does all the hard work for you, substantially reducing the amount of time you spend hunting around for the right driver.

Driver Pro guarantee: Driver Robot is clean and safe to use.

At Driver Pro, we personally use Driver Robot and guarantee that it's not going to install any spyware or viruses on your computer. We hope you give it a try today and let it take care of your driver problem.

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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