Just because MS might provide a driver for a given piece of hardware does not mean that driver is 100% appropriate or compatible.
The real gist of expert responses in this thread is: Don't use software sold as "Driver Miracle".
Also, MS will use the lowest common denominator, or most common configuration, when archiving drivers. Anyways, thanks for the correction and explanation. I would agree with just going to the manufacturers site for drivers.
Just because MS might provide a driver for a given piece of hardware does not mean that driver is 100% appropriate or compatible. That works best all the time, as opposed to getting lucky like us. ~Lordbob System Manufacturer/Model Number Hera OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Mint 9 CPU Intel i5-2500k Motherboard ASUS P8P67 Pro Memory 2x 4Gb Corsair VENGEANCE DDR3-1600 Graphics Card NVidia Ge Force N260GTX Twin Frozr Sound Card Realtek HD On Board Audio Monitor(s) Displays ASUS 24" Monitor Screen Resolution 1920x1080 Keyboard Razer Tarantula Mouse Razer Lachesis PSU Cooler Master Real Power Pro 750W Case Cooler Master Haf 932 Cooling Fans Hard Drives G.
What am I going to see next - clean your registry weekly and defrag daily?