|I know it's a "chore", but drivers should be downloaded from the computer manufacturer's website. In other words, if you have a Dell, you go to the Dell site, if you have an HP, go to the HP site, & so on. If you have a custom built PC, the drivers are found at the motherboard manufacturer's website. You can also find drivers at the video card manufacturer's website, audio chip manufacturer's website, network chip manufacturer's website, etc. The bottomline is you should be familiar enough with your hardware to download & install driver updates yourself. Your mistake was you relied on some dumbazz program to find the drivers for you & now you're paying the price. And that's on top of the price you paid for the useless driver-finder program.|
Do it the right way. If you feel you can't handle the "chore", post the make/model of your system & one of us should be able to do it for you. BTW, unless you have a laptop, standby should not be used.