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* install the software and run the program after installation. * if ask for Key registration, just enter this code : JCCQ-MAKC-KACK-6TSE-BN35 * Tick "Scan" to begin (it will detect all drivers that needs to be update * click start to begin downloading (you can choose which driver you want to download) * click "Install" and it will automatically install on your pc.
This are the supported drivers :
* 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
Assuming everything was working before you switched Operating Systems, the problem is likely that you still have the drivers for the previous OS. You should first make sure the old drivers are uninstalled by going into Device Manager, right clicking on the drive, selecting properties, going into the driver menu, and uninstalling them.
Then you need to find the Vista drivers for the drives (either go to the manufacturer's website, or just Google the model of drive you have) and install them. Make sure you restart your computer afterwords.