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Using, Drivers for all Devices

Created: 25 Sep 2008 • Updated: 10 Oct 2008 • 3 comments
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Need to package a new driver or update an existing driver but you don't have any CD or information where to download this driver? Need to install a new Printer Driver, USB device, or Keyboard Drivers but your CD's are lost or missing?

Maybe a good idea is take a look on the NoDevice web site. In this site there is a large collection of drivers divided by company name and device type.

"Printer Drivers, Scanner Drivers, Video Drivers (Graphics Cards) and Sound Card Drivers. We offer tons of Motherboard Drivers, Chipset Drivers, USB drivers, CD Rom Drivers, Modem Drivers, Keyboard Drivers and Mouse Drivers."

Also included are helpful about articles for the beginners and advanced users about installation, configuration and removal.

NoDevice is available in multilanguage version (French, German, Spanish , Chinese and others).


- DriverGuide ( Tip: available a portable scan drivers tool DriverGuide's DriverScan )

Motherboards , (Motherboards, Processors, Video Cards, Memory and other drivers)
Thanks to NikMistry

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Another site worth a mention is I have not used it in a while, but I used to use it for getting jumper settings for obscure Socket 7 AT and ATX boards in computers that I was fixing.

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riva11's picture

Added links for additional helpful websites.

About NoDevice, another good point is about the user/tech. documentation pubblished.
There are also many categories about old devices , in certain cases often hard to find. All docs are in PDF format file.


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yizhifrank's picture

or you can go 

you can download almost all kinds of newest drivers from that site 

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