Update Vista drivers
When I upgraded my PC to Vista, my printer stopped working! Driver Robot got me the newest Vista drivers and fixed it right up.
Nathan Stuart, NY
Have you upgraded to Windows Vista, only to find that some of your computer's hardware no longer functions? Maybe you bought a computer with Vista preinstalled, but your old printer or webcam doesn't seem to want to work with it. Both of these problems can be traced to incorrect, outdated, or broken Vista drivers for your hardware. You need Driver Robot - it scans your Vista computer for broken or missing drivers and quickly installs the correct ones 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 Vista drivers:
The world's largest Vista driver database
If the Vista driver for your hardware exists, it's in Driver Robot's database. Driver Robot has a driver database made up of over one million official driver releases from both major and minor hardware manufacturers. With Driver Robot, you're guaranteed to find the right Vista driver for your hardware.
Best chance of compatibility
Using Driver Robot to find the right Vista driver for your hardware gives you the greatest possible chance to fix your non-functional computer parts. If your printer won't print in Vista, or if your wireless card won't connect, use Driver Robot to update your drivers with the latest official release, direct from the manufacturer.
Manually identifying the right driver is hard!
Especially with Vista, it can be difficult to find the perfect driver for your device. Do you have Revision "A" or Revision "B"? What's its part number? Do you want the Vista 64-bit or Vista 32-bit driver? With Driver Robot, there's no need to answer these questions - the correct Vista driver is automatically downloaded.
Here's how Driver Robot updates your Vista drivers in three fast steps:
Scan of your PC's hardware
Driver Robot's first order of business was a thorough scan of our computer's hardware. It looked at the model number of every part of our computer, as well as the driver that each piece was using.
On our system, Driver Robot correctly identified every component of our PC.
Driver report & recommendations
When Driver Robot had completed its scan, it had identified several drivers on our machine that weren't working properly with Vista.
We allowed Driver Robot to proceed, and it immediately began downloading the latest Vista drivers from the manufacturers of our PC components.
Vista driver installation
With the new Vista-compatible drivers downloaded on to our system, Driver Robot began automatically installing them for us. The software did it by itself - it didn't need our help.
When the installation of the new drivers was complete, we tested each updated device. They all worked flawlessly!
Driver Robot is our top recommended tool for updating Vista drivers.
Whether you're upgrading to Vista or you're trying to get old peripherals to work on your new Vista computer, you need Driver Robot to save you the trouble of hunting down each driver individually. Remember: Driver Robot has the world's largest repository of Vista drivers, and is a real expert at identifying the hardware in your computer.
Guaranteed safe download
At Driver Pro, we rigorously inspect every software title we recommend. We certify that Driver Robot is 100% free of viruses, spyware, and malware. We hope you try it today - you're going to be blown away by how effective its Vista driver update technology is.
Installing & uninstalling Driver Robot in Windows Vista
Setting up and removing Driver Robot from your system under Windows Vista is a snap. The initial setup process is fast and harmless, and Driver Robot comes bundled with an easy-to-use uninstaller that removes all traces of the product, with no remnants that clog up your PC.
How to install Driver Robot (Vista)
First, start download the setup file for Driver Robot from this link: Begin Driver Robot download. If prompted when you click the download link, choose to "Save" the file to your system. The setup file is 5 megabytes. On most connections, that means it will take 30 seconds to finish downloading.
Now that it's finished downloading, find the setup file on your computer. Double-clicking on it will begin the setup process.
You should see the Driver Robot setup splash screen, informing you that it's about to install itself on to your system. Press the button at the bottom of the window labeled "Next" to proceed. Read the End User License Agreement (EULA) and, if you agree, press "Next" again to begin installing Driver Robot.
Driver Robot will now set up on your computer and configure itself for your Vista system. When it is finished, it will run automatically. Press "Start Scan" to start looking for Vista driver updates.
Removing Driver Robot from your Vista computer
Driver Robot is specially configured to be easy to uninstall in Vista. First, open the Start menu by pressing the Orb in the bottom-left of your screen. From here, click the "Control Panel" link.
The Control Panel will have a link called "Uninstall a program" in "Control Panel Home" mode, or "Programs and Features" in Classic View. Both of these do the same thing, so just click whichever one you see.
Now, find Driver Robot in the list of programs that are on your computer. When you see it, click on it once to select it and press the "Uninstall" button near the top of the window. Driver Robot will now be removed from your system cleanly and safely.
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