Question about Computers & Internet
Looking for/locating drivers and installing them is a general part of reinstalling an operating system. Most people find their drivers ahead of time so they don't get locked out of something (like internet access) when they reinstall. But that's ok, live and learn, huh? First you need to locate the driver(s). First try the manufacturer's website. (of your computer) and find the driver for your new operating system, download and install them.
Another way to do it is to use driver locating/installing software/programs. I used to get my drivers from the manufacturer until I found DriverMax. It's a great program. It used to be 100% free, but now with the free version you can only download 2 drivers per day with it (which is all it sounds like you need) ...but you can purchase a 30 day license for about $9.99, which you can then use to upgrade any and all drivers on any and all of your computers, then you don't need it any more. Since I am a technical consultant and do it for a living, I went ahead and bought myself a 2year license and it saves me hours of time.
So there you have it.
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Posted on Jun 23, 2010
U need to reinstall all the drivers manually
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