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 How to Get a License
  DriverFinder™ is a free download that enables you to perform a full system scan to detect old, corrupt or missing drivers on your system. The free version has some limited functionality and to unlock all the features of the applicati
 How to Start and Exit DriverFinder™ ?
 Start and Exit the ProgramStart the Program You can launch DriverFinder™ in one of two ways. • Double-click the DriverFinder™ icon on the desktop.          
 Understanding DriverFinder™ Main Window Screen.
  When you launch DriverFinder™ the Overview window appears. The Overview is made up of three tabs: Driver Status, Device List, and System. The Overview -> DRI
 How to Minimize and Maximize DriverFinder™ Program Window?
  Minimize and Maximize the Program To minimize the program, click the minus button located at the top-right of the Main window. To maximize the program, simply click the DriverFinder™ Taskbar icon or right-click the Taskbar ico
 How to Start A Scan in DriverFinder™?
 DriverFinder™ is the safest, fastest and easiest way to update your device drivers. DriverFinder™ Helps You Optimize Your PC! Computer hardware manufacturers release updated drivers all the time. To ensure that you don't
 Downloading Drivers in DriverFinder™
  Once you have reviewed the scan results and related information and selected the drivers you want updated, you can begin the download process! • You can download drivers one by one (e.g., one driver at a time) by clicking the Download b
 Changing Driver Download Location in DriverFinder™
 By default, the download location for updated drivers is: C:\Documents and Settings\User\Application Data\DriverFinder\Download To Change the Driver Download Location: • On the Main Window, click Settings. • Under Download Location, click
 Installing Device Drivers in DriverFinder™
  Install Drivers DriverFinder™ assists you in installing drivers you have downloaded on your system. After successfully downloading drivers, the driver status button will change from Download to Open or Install. Open mea
 How to Backup Device Drivers in DriverFinder™
 Backup DriversTo make it easy for you, AUTOMATIC BACKUPS are created whenever you download a device driver using the program. If you want to back up other drivers in your system - or all of them - at any
 Changing Driver Backup Location in DriverFinder™
 By default, the backup location for drivers is: C:\Documents and Settings\User\Application Data\DriverFinder\Backup To Change the Driver Backup Location: • On the Main Window, click Settings. • Under Backup Location
 Restoring Drivers in DriverFinder™
 DriverFinder™ allows users to easily restore backed up device drivers. • On the Main Window, click the Restore Drivers button. • Select the driver you want to restore. • Under
 Deleting Backed Up Drivers in DriverFinder™
 Backing up drivers is a safe practice to apply. However, after you've successfully downloaded, installed and used a new driver for some time, you should consider deleting the backed up driver to save on valuable hard disk space on your machine.
 How to Ensure You're Using the Latest DriverFinder™ Version
 You can do A LOT with DriverFinder™! The program offers several features that you can customize to get the most out of your driver updating experience. How to Ensure You're Using the Latest DriverFinder™ VersionWe believe
 Daily Driver Maintenance with DriverFinder™
 You can do A LOT with DriverFinder™! The program offers several features that you can customize to get the most out of your driver updating experience. Computer hardware manufacturers release updated drivers all the time. To ensure that you don'
 Easily Access DriverFinder™ from the Windows System Tray
 You can do A LOT with DriverFinder™! The program offers several features that you can customize to get the most out of your driver updating experience. When you exit DriverFinder™, the program goes to your Taskbar (lower right-hand side of your
 How to Backup Drivers to an External Medium
 DriverFinder™ enables you to easily backup drivers to an external medium such as a USB stick, CD or DVD disk, external hard drive, and others. There are two main reasons for doing this. 1. You want to save valuable disk space on your computer.
 Configuring Proxy Settings in DriverFinder™
 If your computer is experiencing communication errors or if your computer is part of a company network setting, this means you might need to use Proxy Settings in DriverFinder™. To Configure Proxy Settin
 Ignore Drivers from a Driver Scan in DriverFinder™
 When a driver scan is completed, a list of detected items is shown. You can choose to ignore drivers that are detected at any given time. However, note that when you add a driver item to the Ignore list, it will not show up
 How to Get a List of Recommended Drivers
  The following is how to get a list of the EXACT driver updates being recommended by DriverFinder. Open DriverFinder. Click Set
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