Frequently Asked Question

Downloading Drivers in DriverFinder
Last Updated 2 years ago

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 button next to a specific driver update.


  • You can also download all driver recommendations in one go by clicking the big Download All button at the lower, right-hand corner of the main window (Overview tab).


After you make your download selection, the download progress bar appears showing the file size of the driver file being downloaded.

Depending on the file size of the driver(s), your Internet connection speed, and if the web servers providing the driver(s) are experiencing high traffic load, the download process may take a few seconds or a few minutes.

It is normal to encounter driver files with huge file sizes.

In these instances, it may be better to opt to download drivers one by one.

And if, for whatever reason, the driver download is taking an extra long time to finalize or fails, you can skip the driver for now and try again at another time.

By default, downloaded drivers are automatically stored here:

  • For Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\[username]\Application Data\DriverFinder\Download

  • For Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10: C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\DriverFinder\Download
Please see article titled "Change Driver Download Location in DriverFinder" if you want to change the download location.

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