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Thought i should post this since it might come in handy for other people. I used it on my m18x r2 and it found a whole bunch of updated drivers i was missing, its apparently an open source ad free fork of the original

 

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Snappy Driver Installer Origin – Glenn's Page

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On 3/6/2022 at 9:42 PM, Azther said:

Thought i should post this since it might come in handy for other people. I used it on my m18x r2 and it found a whole bunch of updated drivers i was missing, its apparently an open source ad free fork of the original

 

Heres the link for those interested:

Snappy Driver Installer Origin – Glenn's Page

Hey Azther, I have used Snappy Driver Installer Origin but it came in https://windows-repair-toolbox.com/ which is an assortment of tools you probably know quite a few. I use it often but I started using IoBits drive booster even though drive booster has some bad reviews I like the tools it comes with. Do some research on them let me know what you think

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6 hours ago, aldarxt said:

Hey Azther, I have used Snappy Driver Installer Origin but it came in https://windows-repair-toolbox.com/ which is an assortment of tools you probably know quite a few. I use it often but I started using IoBits drive booster even though drive booster has some bad reviews I like the tools it comes with. Do some research on them let me know what you think

yeah i usually steer clear of anything IOBit due to how they essentially stole the definition engine of malwarebytes back in the day to use in their own antivirus solution, it was due to that actually that i found out about malwarebytes. Had no idea about windows repair toolbox tho, will sure come in handy for future uses and thanks for sharing it. Definitely a good sign that its also hosted on majorgeeks since they usually do their own due diligence when it comes to making sure things are safe etc https://m.majorgeeks.com/files/details/windows_repair_toolbox.html 🙂 it is flagged on virustotal by a few things but they cant decide on what it is so its mostly likely false positives due to how its able to download programs etc.

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Alienware M18X R2 | Nebula Red | i7 3740QM [OC'd to 4Ghz] | 32GB RAM | NVIDIA Quadro P4000 | 75hz OC'd Display |

MXM to NVMe Adapter with Samsung 970 Evo Plus 2TB

Alienware 17 R4 | i7 6700HQ | 16GB RAM | GTX 1070 | 100hz OC'd LG 1080p Display

Alienware M18X R1 | Space Black | i7 2960XM | 16GB RAM | GTX 780M

 
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