Question about Computers & Internet
I feel as though I've been ripped off! Every site I go into is advertising something. I've yet to be given a "solution".
If you can tell me what model computer you have or what kind of video card you have, I can probably direct you to the manufacturer's website where you should be able to download them for free. Driver Detective just wants to sell their product. If you know where to go you shouldn't have to pay for updated drivers. Manufacturer's usually supply them for free.
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
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