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These drivers often cause compatibility problems and are one of the biggest contributors to system instability and crashes. Simply updating to the correct driver can improve hardware performance by 50% or more. There are more than 30,000 device drivers d in our Hardware Helper Database including Motherboard, Sound card, Video card, Network card, Modem, Mouse, Keyboard, Scanner, Printer, Digital devices etc. With one mouse click, Hardware Helper can detect what drivers need updating. All drivers we offer are official version or WHQL versions–you can use them without any worries.
Choose [Uninstall Hardware Helper]. After this option is selected, the program will uninstall the software automatically.
You can also uninstall the program in Control panel by clicking the ‘Programs and Features’ icon then locate and single-click ‘Hardware Helper’> Click the ‘Remove’ button to uninstall it.
1. Click the ‘Uninstall Drivers’ icon, the program will search for all installed drivers in the system.
Drivers are not automatically uninstalled just by removing the device. These leftover drivers will stay in your system and slow down the system performance.
2. Select the drivers you want to uninstall and click ‘next’ to uninstall them.
Note: Never uninstall IDE Controller drivers or System device drivers this will likely cause your system crash.
Note: Windows will usually prompt users to reboot the machine after installing every new driver. But you may wait to reboot until all drivers are installed completely.
Click ‘Install’ button, drivers will be extracted to the path:document\HardwareHelper\Temp\driver name
Windows 2000 & Windows XP
C:\Documents and Settings\current account\My Documents\HardwareHelper\Temp\driver name
Windows Vista & Windows 7
C:\Users\current account\Documents\HardwareHelper\Temp\driver name
For example: Realtek RTL 8136/8168/819 series network card drivers. After click ‘Install’ butto in Driver Download Manager, Hardware Helper will extract the zip file to C:\Users\Administrator\Documents\HardwareHelper\Temp\realtek_rtl8100e_6218_vista.
Find the setup executable file, double click it to install
There is no setup program in some drivers, you must install those drivers manually
1. Right click ‘My computer’ icon on desktop. Select ‘Properties’.
2. Go to the ‘tasks’ bar and click the ‘Device manager’.
3. Find and double-click the network controller.
4. Click ‘Update drivers’ button to open ‘Hardware Update’ Wizard.
5. Click ‘Browse’ button to select the folder that the extracting drivers file is in.
Click next button. Windows will automatically find a suitable drivers file to install.