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Does anyone know a good program that will tell me what my hardware is so I can go the site's and download the newest drivers?

I got this computer before I really cared what was in it so I have no idea what it has :tazz:
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Howdy:

Try Everest !!

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I'm not understanding why you need a program for that. What can it tell you that the device manager cant?
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Ok, I just downloaded it.....

It tell's you a crap load. wow.
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I'm not understanding why you need a program for that. What can it tell you that the device manager cant?

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I guess you just found out what it tells you that Device Manager doesn't !!

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Lol someone suggested that to me in chat and it works wonders :tazz:

Would you mind telling me what I should be upgrading? I've had this computer for 2-3 years and just did a system recovery and completely restarted it and have never updated anything outside of Windows Updates.

Thanks for the help :)
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Start right from your soundcard and go up.. Sound, Video, modem, NIC.. everything that is hardware related..

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I'm having a problem.. it says my driver is made by TriGem Glendale, but when I click the link to go to the site, there is nothing for motherboards, just monitors. Which is odd because the hp that I have comes stock with this so... if anyone could help :-/
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Ho to the HP website and search your system there.. Get the drivers from them!!

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didn't even think of that xD

thanks :tazz:
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