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Update Your Modem Driver In Five Steps

December 2nd, 2011 No comments

A modem is a hardware device that is connected internally or externally on your computer. It receives and sends data over cable and phone lines, and is usually used for connecting to the Internet. Modem drivers on the other hand, are software programs that allow proper communication between your computer’s operating system and the modem.

Failing to update your modem driver may lead to problems such as malfunctioning of the device and crashing of your operating system. By updating your modem driver, you can improve the performance of your modem and at the same time, fix any bugs in your old driver version. Below is an easy to follow instruction on downloading and installing updated modem driver.

Updating your modem driver

  • Connect to the internet and search for the latest driver of your modem. You can do this by visiting the modem’s manufacturer website or by searching Google or Yahoo. You can also use our driver installer to automatically identify and download the correct driver for your modem.
  • Click the Start button which can be found on the lower left corner of your computer’s screen, and click the ‘Control Panel’ option
  • In the Control Panel option, you will find the Hardware and Sound icon. Click it and choose Device Manager.
  • Click the ‘+’ sign to expand the ‘Modems’ option. Look for your modem’s name and right click on the icon. Choose the ‘Uninstall’ option and click OK to confirm. The next thing that you need to do is restart your computer to completely uninstall your current modem driver
  • Open the modem driver file you recently downloaded and start the installation process. After successfully installing the modem driver, restart your computer to complete the process.

Besides making sure that your modem driver is updated, you also need to constantly update your computer drivers. This can be done easier if you have a tool that will check for automatic updates, and download the software for you. Interested? Click on the link for free download.

 

 

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Download: SilverFast for Scanners – Driver update: 6.6.2r4

April 11th, 2011 No comments

SilverFast SE / Ai 6.6 Scanner Software offers multiple features: IT8 Scanner Calibration and ICC Printer Calibration, Kodachrome Features, Auto.Frame, Gamma-Optimization, Movies for beginners, 64bit HDRi, and Multi-Exposure.

Among the new features that this version offers are: HDRi format added, PhotoShop CS5 and Elements 9 support, Improved automatic iSRD mode, Improved Kodachrome features, Win 7 and Snow Leopard support, New camera profiles.

LaserSoft Imaging offers adjusted solutions for hundreds of scanners, film scanners and digital cameras.

Silverfast SE / Ai (scanner software): It is perfect for scans.
SilverFast HDR (imagingsoftware): 48Bit/64Bit HDRi image processing, RAW data processing.
SilverFast archive Suite (Ai¬+HDR): combination of scanner and imaging software.
SilverFast DC (digital camera software): optimize and archive images using RAW workflow.
SilvarFast PrinTao (printer software): easy but color-true printing.

Another advantage of SilverFast iSRD is the lack of deterioration in image detail. The scans show the finest details without artifacts and keeps the details of film grain. iSRD uses multi-processor technology, so scan speeds are much faster! This could almost double the productivity of SilverFast for Canon Scanner!

SilverFast ® supports a large number of Reflecta scanners. The unique features of SilverFast have been specially programmed to take full advantage of their technical properties. This version was added on April 11, 2011.

Click here for a utility that will help you locate and install the correct driver for your system, and it will automatically update any other outdated system drivers you may have.

Updating Windows XP Drivers

November 15th, 2009 1 comment

Why should you take the time to update your Windows XP Drivers? Here’s what you need to understand what you are updating and what it will change:

Windows XP uses drivers that corresponds with your computer and programs every time you use open your computer to do something. To make sure your computer and devices are performing to their max, you need to make sure you have the latest drivers installed on your computer. This includes hardware like mouse drivers, keyboard drivers, graphics card, system essentials, other hardware, internal hardware, motherboard and Windows drivers, etc. There are too many drivers to list , but if you are curious what drivers are installed on your computer currently, look at the ‘System and System 32’ files in your Windows root folder (usually on your C drive).

Anything with a shell or .dll extension is a driver that will Windows XP will be using to launch your applications.

One of the most common problems you will see for computers that don’t have the latest Windows XP drivers installed is the Device Manager error codes, which happens when a hardware fails to install properly.

XP is programmed to have a list of drivers for each manufacturer stored somewhere in the root drive. Driver files are normally small, as they consist normally of only instruction and constructed code. So, Microsoft is able to constantly update and add new device signatures into its data banks and suggest new updates for you to install to your computer. (This is known as the ‘automatic update’ service, where the main Microsoft server will download the files into your computer (which will more than often require a restart) and update it.

Driver Scanning Tool

March 9th, 2008 6 comments

Here’s an easy way to download and install/update all your computer drivers:

Use this driver scanning tool, which scans your computer for any outdated drivers. It has an option to automatically download the latest drivers for you.

After you have downloaded the above file, double-click on it and follow the simple steps to install it. When it asks if you want to run it, just answer yes.

This is easier than manually searching, downloading and installing the drivers.