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finding out what driver i have


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debbie69

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i would like to know how i find out what drver i have so that i can update it :whistling:
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Hi. This is pretty simple really, but in order for me to give you proper instructions, what device driver are you looking for? Video card, etc?
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Hi. This is pretty simple really, but in order for me to give you proper instructions, what device driver are you looking for? Video card, etc?

dvd writer/ burner
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Alright. Right-click on the My Computer icon and click on Properties. Click on the Hardware tab. Click on the device manager button. Next, click on the little + sign next to DVD/CDROM drives. Right-click on the drive you want and select properties. A new window will now appear. Click on the Driver tab. This should now help you. :whistling:
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Alright. Right-click on the My Computer icon and click on Properties. Click on the Hardware tab. Click on the device manager button. Next, click on the little + sign next to DVD/CDROM drives. Right-click on the drive you want and select properties. A new window will now appear. Click on the Driver tab. This should now help you. :whistling:

thanks heaps :blink:
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alternatively you can use this great software called

EVEREST Ultimate Edition

www.lavalys.com

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alternatively you can use this great software called

EVEREST Ultimate Edition

www.lavalys.com

thanks :whistling:
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Very welcome as always :blink: We'll see you around :whistling:
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