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I went to Samsung’s driver update page, but I don’t know how to find the version of the drivers on my computer for the available updates (chipset, sound, LAN, graphics, etc.)
Can someone tell me where to locate this information on my computer for these drivers? I tried the Device Manage but wasn’t sure which to check for chipset, and there are two graphic card displaying (?).
Or could I just download and install all the latest drivers from Samsung and install them, even if some are going to be the same as I have, so it would just install over itself?
I appreciate any help. Thanks 🙂
Thank you for that link; however, I still would like to know where I can find the driver versions of my current drivers on my computer. I found a few but I don’t know how to find the Intel Chipset version on my computer…where would I find that?
Use Belarc Advisor – http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html
This will tell you everything and more of what you want to know about your PC.
Useful to run it and save the report.
If you are doing a format and re-install and have not saved your drivers, the info in the report will guide you where to look.
Curses… I keep getting dropped posts. I think it’s my use of quick reply.
Anyway, if you go to Control Panel->System->Hardware->Device Manager and then right click and choose properties on any of the devices, you can then choose the driver tab and see what version is being used.
The chipset does provide a problem, as the chipset version on the chipset drivers doesn’t match the version in XP. Intel just creates a package of all the newest drivers for all platforms and sticks them together. Besides, there isn’t just a singe “chipset driver” to check. Bacially, it’s all of the devices under the “System Devices” tab.
If you run the intel utility and there aren’t any newer versions available for your chipset, it won’t change anything. If there are, then it will update as needed.
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