I knew I had a wireless card in my PC, but I had no idea what model. Driver Robot updated me to the latest driver and my wireless works way better now.
Bob Collins, NY
Manual installation of a wireless driver can be tedious - it requires that you know the model number and revision number of your product, as well as some other technical information about your PC. Put Driver Robot's massive database of official drivers to work for you. Driver Robot automatically installs the correct driver for your wireless card.
Driver Robot automatically updates:
- Sound card drivers
- Printer drivers
- Video card drivers
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- Wireless drivers
- Bluetooth drivers
- FireWire drivers
- Ethernet drivers
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Three ways that Driver Robot simplifies updating wireless drivers:
Never worry about using an out-of-date or unofficial driver
Because Driver Robot's database of drivers is based on the latest official driver releases directly from , you never have to worry about using old or third-party drivers with your device. Using the wrong driver with your wireless card can cause problems ranging from broken wireless connections to system crashes.
100% accurate device identification
Driver Robot automatically identifies your wireless device for you. While does offer driver downloads from their website, finding the right driver for your wireless device is extremely difficult. There's no automatic configuration option; the website requires you to provide your device's model number and revision number, as well as some other information about your PC. Use Driver Robot instead - it automatically detects all of this information.
Automatic download and installation of the latest official driver
Driver Robot takes care of the downloading and installation of your new wireless driver for you. Because Driver Robot can identify the exact model and revision number of your wireless card, it knows exactly which driver you need. It also runs the installation routine for you, so with Driver Robot, there's only one step to updating your drivers (instead of 6 or 7 if you do it manually!).
Step-by-step: How Driver Robot makes it easy to update wireless drivers
Scan for attached wireless devices
To prepare for this test, we put a wireless card in our PC without any drivers. We did this to test Driver Robot's ability to detect devices that had broken or missing drivers.
Sure enough, the software found the wireless card during its scan and identified it as having an incorrect or missing driver.
Report on missing/incorrect drivers and recommendations
When Driver Robot finds drivers on your system that are out-of-date, missing, or incorrect, it warns you and recommends that you let it download the latest drivers for you.
Here, you can see that Driver Robot is recommending that we update our "broken" wireless card with the latest official driver from .
Automatic driver download and installation
After we gave Driver Robot our permission, it contacted the driver server and automatically downloaded the latest driver for our wireless card.
Once the installation of the driver was complete, we tested it - we're happy to report that our wireless card now works flawlessly.
We recommend Driver Robot for keeping your wireless cards up-to-date.
Even if your wireless card works fine, you still need Driver Robot. Why? Because manufacturers like regularly release new wireless drivers that fix crippling crashes, security risks, and other problems present in old wireless drivers. Driver Robot not only fixes broken drivers - it can also keep your entire system up-to-date.
Driver Pro guarantee: Driver Robot is safe to use
We personally test every software product that we recommend, and we're pleased to give Driver Robot our "Clean Software" recommendation. Not only is Driver Robot the expert's (that would be us!) choice for updating wireless drivers, but it's also 100% free of viruses, malware, and spyware. Download it today and get your wireless card back in top shape.
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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