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Program to ID hardware

Discussion in 'General Software' started by Ehstii, Mar 6, 2008.

  1. Ehstii New Member

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    i used to have a program that ID'd hardware on your PC so you could look up drivers better and its been posted on here a few times but i cant remember what its called. could someone help me out here and just give me a few ideas of programs that ID your hardware??


    thanks in advanced!:toast:
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    everest works.
    Ehstii says thanks.
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    thats what i was looking for, couldnt find it before.lol

    thank you, works great.
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    You could use Driver Genius... it automatically checks for driver updates, so you don't have to.
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    That sounds like the best way to go!

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