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Easily Locate and Download Correct Drivers for Your Devices with Device Doctor

Sometimes it is quite difficult to find correct driver for a device, especially if your hardware is an old one. Because, either the hardware manufacturer gone out of business or they don’t provide the drivers for the old devices.

Device Doctor might be a solution to this. It is a free tool that will scan your computer and check to see if there are new driver updates available.

The best part of this tool is that, instead of directing you to manufacture’s site, it will provide correct driver from their database itself.

Currently their database has drivers for over 13 million individual devices and computers, so finding a driver file will not be a problem.

Moreover, the tool can also recognize some unidentified devices in the Windows Device Manager.

DeviceDoctor works with Windows 7, Vista, XP (64-bit or 32-bit) and is available for free download from here (Portable / Standalone)


  1. Thanks for sharing. Certainly a great tool.

  2. I have used this tool and it works good.Thanks.


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