At Drivers.biz we know your pain, whether you call them device drivers, software drivers, hardware drivers, computer drivers, or simply the most disgusting things in the world! When they break down, your computer can stop functioning the way you need it to.
Here at the Drivers.biz Computer Device Drivers Help Center, you will find information, tips, advice, and drivers for CDROMs & CDRWs, modems, printers, video cards, USB, scanners, DVD burners & players, cameras, sound cards, or any other computer peripherals. Whether you use Windows, Mac, Linux, or any other system, we can help you solve your problems!
According to an article on Slate, Microsoft estimates that a big 70 per cent of all computer crashes involve faulty drivers! Read more . . .
Computers have amazing capabilities. They can accomplish great tasks, make things move, communicate clearly, and think beyond human measure. Computers have become like humans in nearly every imaginable manner, so it’s no surprise that computers can also get sick.
The computer revolution first began gaining speed in the late 1980s. Since then, it has evolved to be a vital element in our society, our personal and our corporate lives. Computers have become part and parcel to virtually all things we do day in, and day out. But with all good comes a little not good. Some users have maliciously created computer viruses that have ill effects. The range of computer viruses existing in our modern networks has a magnificent prominence in our lives, because of all the ways we depend on computers. Despite our need for dependable computers, some people have nothing better to do but exercise their computer knowledge in a disastrous way, creating computer viruses. Read more . . .
Drivers.biz has seen an increase in problems with Bluetooth drivers in the past several months. We will provide some step-by-step solutions soon.
Bluetooth is a specification for radio-based wireless personal area networks. Bluetooth allows a way to connect and exchange information between devices such as digital cameras, PCs, printers, and mobile phones over a secure, unlicensed short-range radio frequency. One of the most common ways to see Bluetooth devices in action is witnessing a person walking down the street, talking, with a small device hooked on one ear, but without a cord leading to a cellular phone.
Bluetooth drivers can cause problems for some devices, so software drivers may have to be downloaded and updated from time to time. Read more . . .
Computer data loss can cause severe financial difficulty. To prevent such a fiscal crisis, many businesses invest heavily in hard drive recovery products.
According to the 7th Annual ICSA Lab’s Virus Prevalence Survey in 2002, the average company spends a total of $100,000 to $1,000,000 of their IT funds a year for computer-oriented problems. Thus it stands to reason that Hard Drive Recovery services and tools are strongly needed in the computer industry.
Several companies specializing in hard drive recovery work to reverse data loss by offering hard drive recovery software and services. Read more . . .
Who can forget the way the world was frozen with the damage of the “Millennium Bug”? While people around the world should have been counting down to a phenomenal celebration, we were too busy preparing for certain doom and gloom beset by a computer virus. But then, the clock struck twelve on January 1, 2000 and a new millennium quietly began, bug-free.
Those unfortunate enough to have had to deal with a computer virus knows all too well the threat that can be done. From taking on annoying quirks, to completely obliterating computers or entire systems, to erasing files, the Read more . . .