What's new

find your own Driver guide


if you require assistance please provide the make/model information of the specific piece of hardware (GPU, networkcard, sound card, amd/intel motherboard etc) from Device Manager or dxdiag or devmanview .

Try to compare the manufacturer's version of the driver needed from (realtek, intel etc) vs the make/model of the laptop/pc (dell, hp etc) to see which version is the most recent or updated driver.

Suggestion is to update amd/nvidia motherboard chipset drivers > reboot > update network card, audio card, video drivers > reboot.

AMD GPU graphics/video card drivers:

AMD chipset/motherboard and other drivers:




Intel Driver scan utility (motherboard, cpu, video/graphics, network driver updates):

Intel Driver scan utility (scan for motherboard and other drivers):

intel Network drivers: search the make model or use the update tool

Intel Graphics drivers:

Nvidia GPU graphics/video card drivers:

Realtek official audio high def audio codec (sound card):

Realtek unofficial audio drivers if your adventerous:

Reltek network adapter drivers:

Realtek PCIe FE / GbE / 2.5GbE / Gaming Family Controller Software Quick Download Link

Realtek USB FE / GbE / 2.5GbE / Gaming Family Controller Software Quick Download Link

PCI GBE name: Realtek PCI GBE Ethernet Family Controller Software

PCI FE name: Realtek PCI FE Ethernet Family Controller Software

Turtle beach audio headsets:

additional reosurces:

Microsoft c++ x64:

.net 4.8 framework


Acer provides drivers for its Aspire, Predator, TravelMate, and other PCs, as well as various Acer-made accessories.

Alienware users can get driver software from Dell’s website, as Dell owns the Alienware brand.

AMD offers driver downloads for its Radeon GPUs as well as AMD APUs like Ryzen that include Radeon graphics. AMD’s website also hosts chipset drivers you may need for motherboards with AMD chipsets—in other words, if your system has an AMD CPU.

Apple provides Boot Camp support software that contains Windows drivers for its Macs, assuming you’re running Windows on your Mac via Boot Camp.

ASUS hosts drivers for laptop and desktop PCs like its ZenBook and Republic of Gamers (ROG) line of products, as well as other ASUS-branded gear.

Brother offers a variety of drivers for its printers, fax machines, and scanners.

Canon‘s website provides drivers for its digital cameras, printers, and scanners.

Corsair makes hardware utilities available for its gaming mice, keyboard, and headsets.

Creative provides downloads for its Sound Blaster hardware and other peripherals.

Dell makes drivers for its Inspiron, Latitude, XPS, and other PC hardware products available online, as well as drivers for any other Dell products you might have.

Epson offers downloads for its printers, scanners, projects, and other hardware devices.

HP provides drivers for its Pavilion, EliteBook, ProBook, Envy, Omen, and other PC lines, as well as HP printers and other products.

Intel offers driver downloads for everything from its Intel integrated graphics to its Wi-Fi hardware, Ethernet controllers, motherboards with Intel chipsets, and Intel solid-state drives. You may need to jump through some hoops to install the latest Intel graphics drivers if your PC manufacturer tries to stop you.

Lenovo hosts driver download for its ThinkPad, IdeaPad, Yoga, and other PCs, in addition to other Lenovo accessories.

Logitech‘s website offers downloads for its mice, keyboards, webcams, and other peripherals.

Microsoft offers driver downloads for products like Microsoft mice and keyboards. For Surface devices, Microsoft normally distributes drivers only through Windows Update. However, manual Surface driver downloads are also available if you really need them.

MSI provides downloads for its laptops, desktops, motherboards, graphics cards, gaming peripherals, and other products.

NVIDIA offers drivers for its GeForce graphics hardware as well as other NVIDIA products, like its TITAN series of GPUs.

Razer hosts software downloads for the Razer Synapse and Razer Surround utilities, which are designed for Razer’s gaming mice, keyboards, and headsets.

Realtek makes audio drivers available on its website, although you can likely get the Realtek high definition audio drivers for your PC from your PC or motherboard manufacturer, too.

Samsung‘s download center offers drivers for Windows laptops and desktops as well as every other Samsung product, including Samsung solid-state drives.

Sony still hosts driver downloads for its discontinued VAIO laptops and desktops as well as various Sony-made accessories.

SteelSeries offers the SteelSeries Engine hardware utility for its gaming headsets, mice, and keyboards.

Synaptics‘ website just advises you get Synaptics touchpad drivers from your laptop manufacturer rather than using generic drivers. Head to your laptop manufacture’s page.

Toshiba hosts driver downloads for its computers and other peripherals.

Western Digital provides firmware and utilities intended for use with Western Digital storage drives.
Last edited:


From NVIDIA Control Panel:
3D Settings-> Manage 3D settings
The Tab "Preferred graphics processor " , select
High performance NVidia processor