We strongly suggest that new users review our guide on How to Update Drivers. It contains many useful tips and suggestions that will help you use our site more effectively to find the right driver. With DriverGuide, you can find drivers by company name, drivers by device type or search our entire driver archive using your device’s model name or number. Use the Driver Update Utility to automatically find and update your drivers. If you still can’t find your driver, request the driver and we will find it for you.
Sometimes the name listed on your device is not the company. If you don’t know the company, check your device for an FCC ID number. Then go to our FCC ID search to find out who manufactures it. Another approach is to search our driver database using the model number (or part of that number).
Please let us know the company name along with any other information you may have. Even if the company has gone out of business, we will still add their information to our company database, along with any drivers we find that are associated with them.
To download a driver from DriverGuide, click on the green "Download Now - DriverGuide Secure Download" button. Typically, the driver file will be saved to your Desktop or your Downloads folder. We recommend you create a new folder for the file. For more tips and pointers on downloading and installing, try our Download & Install section of our guide on How to Update Drivers.
If there is a an executable file called SETUP.EXE, INSTALL.EXE, or INSTALL.BAT, double-clicking on this file will start the installation procedure. For more tips and pointers on downloading and installing, try our Download & Install section of our guide on How to Update Drivers.
A ZIP file is usually a few different files compressed into one to make downloading easier and faster. You will need a program like WinZip to extract the files. An EXE file is a self-extracting file. Double-clicking on the EXE file will extract the files into the same directory. An INF file is part of a driver installation, and is only useful as part of a package. A SIT program is most commonly associated with Mac OS X. For more tips and pointers on downloading and installing, try the Download & Install section of our guide on How to Update Drivers.
You can ask for help on our Driver Discussion Forums. Community members are there to help you out. For more tips and pointers on troubleshooting, see the Troubleshooting section our guide on the How to Update Drivers.
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