1. Does Driver Navigator support Windows 7 and windows 8 ?
Yes. Driver Navigator supports All Windows 7 editions, include Windows 7 Starter, Windows 7 Home Basic, Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Enterprise, Windows 7 Ultimate
yes. Driver Navigator support Windows 8.
2. Can I run Driver Navigator in Windows 64bit System Or Windows 32bit?
Yes. Driver Navigator support both 32bit & 64bit Windows editions.
3. Can Driver Navigator run on my Mac , Linux system?
Driver Navigator now just supports Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 Windows 8.
We do not support Mac, Linux or other operating systems recently.
4. Can I use Driver Navigator while disconnected from the internet?
If you are not connected to the internet, Driver Navigator will scan your computer for missing drivers and save the results to a portable file which you can transfer to another computer.
Opening this file on a connected computer will allow you to download any missing driver, move it to the original computer, and install it.
5. How do I uninstall Driver Navigator?
Click Start, select All Programs and find Driver Navigator. Under the Driver Navigator menu there is an Uninstall Driver Navigator option. Click on that and follow the uninstall procedure.
6. Why am I getting wrong driver versions?
Driver file names are often misleading, since they usually contain more than just one driver version. For instance, if you have a driver that has "32" in the file name, it's most likely a 32-bit driver, but may also contain a 64-bit version, or a version for a entirely different operating system. Driver Navigator finds drivers based on the contents of the driver package itself and not the name.
7. I installed some bad drivers and now my computer isn't working. What do I do now?
If you have installed a bad driver, there are two ways of removing it. The first (and best) option is to roll-back (go back to the last driver you had). If that won't work, you can do a system restoration to a restore point made before you installed the driver.
To roll back a driver:
Press the Windows key and R (at the same time). A Run dialog will appear. Type devmgmt.msc in and click OK. This will bring up Device Manager. Look for the device you want to roll-back and right-click it. Then choose Properties, go to the Driver tab and click Roll back driver.
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