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Despite Windows Vista is not so new anymore, it is still an endeavour  to look for its drivers once you decide to format your computer and reinstall the whole operating system. If you are lucky enough, when you buy your computer you will get a DVD containing all the drivers you need. But if you are unlucky, you won’t get anything and you will just have to look for the drivers on the Internet for yourself.  A smart solution is to download or backup  the latest drivers to a folder or a compressed file and use it when “something goes wrong”.

DriverMax is a nice freeware utility which lets you download or save the latest drivers for your Microsoft operating system. In this way you won’t need to look for them on the Internet or contact the support and ask what drivers your Windows XP or Vista needs. Here is a list of its most important features:

  • Export all your current drivers (or just the ones that work ok) to a folder or a compressed file.
  • After reinstalling Windows, all drivers will be back in place in less than 5 minute.
  • You can display a complete report of all drivers (versions, release dates) installed on your system.
  • You can also download the latest driver updates for your computer.
  • Drivermax works for Windows Vista, Windows XP and Windows 2003 (all service packs).

If you want to know more, click here. If you want to download it, click here.

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3 Comments to “How to backup your Windows Vista and XP drivers”

  1. William Pastuszka Says:

    Yes it is very good & the speed up my PC suite along with the registry booster also from Uniblue.



  2. Web Talk Says:

    Interesting this Driverscanner 2009…I am having a look at it right now

  3. William Pastuszka Says:

    For this kind of thing for me is Uniblue Driverscanner 2009 which so far has never let me down & keeps my Drivers upto date with the facility to back up my Drivers to my external hard disk drive.

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