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You plug your printer in and get the pop up that says your device is not recognized, what do you do now? No worries, Driver Robot can save the day and do it quickly. Utilizing a database of over 100,000 entries from a broad panorama of devices, the driver you need is bound to be there. Driver Robot scans the hardware and identifies the corresponding driver update and installs it for you, so you never have to fiddle with the manual process of hunting the correct driver down and reinstalling it. Driver Robot works off a system called Robot Spider, which is able to find drivers for new devices within a record time of no more than 24 hours after their release. You can even export the hardware scan and identified configurations from a computer that is offline and then subsequently take it and run it on a computer that is online. You then just download the respective drivers that were found for the offline computer, and you have your drivers.
Driver Robot Free Download Full Version With Key
Driver Robot allows you to scan your system for outdated or missing drivers, the software that tells your computer how to interact with your hardware. It does this via a simple scan and, when it finishes, presents you with a report on the updates you require. Once it does this, a "Get Drivers" button will appear in the bottom right-hand corner. Unfortunately, once you click on this, you discover that Driver Robot suffers the same problem as many of its competitors - the trial version only scans for problems, it doesn't fix them.
The lack of trial version functionality is a major issue. Sure, it could be great at downloading and installing updates, but without even one example of this function, we are unable to judge 50% of the program.
I just tried it out. Firstly the install process trys to foist Ask's toolbar on you, and tries to change your homepage. Then it installed on C even though I'd normally choose D if given a choice. Now the UI seems simple, but it's also uninformative. To export a list of devices and drivers you must scan, to download drivers you must scan again, even if you just scanned. Luckily it's a fast scan (about 15 seconds). But if you do find out of date device drivers, it won't tell you the version number, dates of driver release, WHQL status, or in some cases even the device name (IE, "RAID Controller", "Ethernet Controller", "HID Compatible Mouse" (x6!), "Plug and Play Monitor", "PCI to PCI bridge").
Then to actually download you must register on their site with a name and email address, they promise that they won't share your private information ever, which means they could still aggregate statistics and make money that way, but they take you to a payment page of $10 off $39.99, so it's $29.99 for downloading third party drivers. Considering that I bought Sierra's Evil Genius on Steam for $2.99 and Firaxis' Civilizations Revolution (Sid Meyer) on iPhone for $6.99 this comes off as seeming wholly not worth it. It does say that it will download all drivers and install them all before rebooting, which is a nice change from the usual requirements under manually updating windows drivers (though windows automatic updates does the same basic thing).
I also tried the afore-mentioned drivermax. Please note that both of these programs are written to be installed and started with your computer at startup, running as background tasks. If you find this annoying don't install either. Drivermax actually scans for about 30 seconds at the end of the install process (for which I must have missed the legal agreement, but didn't see any toolbar shenanigans. After that it can generate a list of devices and drivers with versions and dates in about 12 seconds, though I'm not certain how complete it is. The only driver I was interested in at the time was the one I didn't have installed, my Realtek AC'97 audio driver. Robot Driver spotted this, but drivermax did not. It did see my nForce Audio driver, but I don't think that device is actually used on the Asus A8N-SLI Premium.
Drivermax features a backup and restore feature (drivers only) that seems handy in the face of a reinstall of your OS, and is a nifty feature you can use without giving any personal info away. But generally it seems to want you to register online for "full features" which include some kind of online storage of personal system information, and searching online for newer versions. Registration was painless, however I was only presented with the agreement after confirming the registration; it includes the never share personal data with third parties clause/pseudo promise (all agreements are subject to change without notice, so if they get bought out, or go evil...).
At this point you do see some up selling, as the "pro" version checks digital signatures before downloading instead of after downloading. Also, they limit the "free" version to downloading two drivers a day. And since you can only check the signature afterwards, it can be a frustrating limitation.
To put this in some context I did recently run windows update and choose to install optional newer WHQLed drivers for my nvidia 7600gt and my Ethernet driver. Both of these failed after installing, the network didn't work, and the system would crash when the nvidia control panel started in my main account. I luckily could run the system in safe mode and had the old drivers hanging out, which I used then got the latest drivers from nvidia which again worked fine (with the updated control panel). I'm not even certain that driver robot OR drivermax would also update the control panel and if this would then not crash just as the windows update had.
In short, both tools have potential to be speedy and useful, but really only work with the for-pay versions, which seem overpriced to me: $30 for driver robot, and $10 for 30 days for drivermax or $30 for 1 year (only).
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