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Drivers Analysis, Backup, and Restoration with Double Driver

About Double Driver

One of the main reasons why you would want to collect installed drivers is if you don’t have the Driver CD that came with the computer or they are unavailable online. This comes in quite handy if you purchase a computer and want to backup the initial set of drivers. It can be quite difficulty for example to find drivers for hardware installed in a notebook if the operating system has to be setup again. Luckily Double Driver can now lend you a hand with that and save you a lot of time.

Double Driver is a very simple and useful tool which not only allows you to view all the drivers installed on your system but also allows you to backup, restore, save and print all chosen drivers simply and reliably.
Double Driver analyzes your system and lists the most important driver details such as version, date, provider, etc and offers you the chance to update to the latest version. All drivers that are found can easily be backed up the application and easily restored at a later point in one go.

What can you do with Double Driver?

With Double Driver you can:
  • View all installed drivers;
  • Backup all installed drivers (as uncompressed folders, compressed .ZIP, or compressed self-extractor);
  • Restore drivers from backups;
  • Save details on all installed drivers in a TXT file;
  • Print details on all installed drivers.
How to use Double Driver?

Double Driver works in a simple way: you hit "Scan" and all the drivers installed on your system are displayed (it takes literally less than one second to scan your computer and find all installed drivers).

Scroll up and down to view all your installed drivers and scroll left and right to view details on each driver, such as what type of driver it is (i.e. a video driver or a modem driver). Check the checkbox next to the drivers you want to backup - by default all "non-Microsoft" drivers are checked. "Microsoft drivers" are the drivers that are installed when you install Windows so you don't need to backup those ones.

Once you have selected all the drivers you want to backup hit "Backup". You will be asked to specify where to save the backup, what type of backup, and a few other details.

There are two things to note:
  1. The different types of backups you can make ("Output");
  2. The ability to create a portable Double Driver to put with each backup.
The advantage of including a portable version of Double Driver with each backup is that you can restore your backups without ever having to install Double Driver - even if you don't choose the self-extractor option.
Restoring is just as easy as backing up. When you want to restore, if you did a folder or .ZIP backup, you will need to restore via Double Driver. If you included a portable version of Double Driver with your backup you can just run Double Driver from there. When you have Double Driver running (portable version or otherwise) hit "Restore" and do your restore. If you did a self-extractor, than just run the self-extractor .EXE and do your restore.

Take note that you can pick and choose which drivers you want to restore.

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