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    How to backup device driver in Windows easily

    As a car if useless without its driver, similarly in Windows your precious device is also useless without proper software to run it seamlessly. No wonder we called it driver like our real life. If you are a computer freak or expert then I suggest you to skip this article. This article is written for the news computer of laptop owners. How often has it happened that after a hard drive format or Windows setup, you are left searching for the backup CD’s of drivers and their unavailability limits the utility of your PC? Worst case scenario is you have the knowledge to download them from manufacturers website but alas! Your network adapter isn’t working because of driver!

    So up till now if you haven’t thought of backing up your drives yet, it’s time that you create one, and you can do it easily with a free tool named Free Driver Backup. While you can always Uninstall, Disable, Roll Back, and Update Device Drivers in Windows, Free Driver Backup can help you back up and save all Drivers in a click. It also backup your registry settings. This utility tool offers a convenient solution for device driver backup and their restoration in windows operating system. It identifies all the hardware in the system, extracts their associated drivers from the hard disk and backs them up to a secure location. Its only 4MB in size. You can use it in Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 without any trouble.

    How to use it?

    Step 1. Scan Drivers
    Launch Free Driver Backup and some recommended drivers will be displayed in the window. Choose one driver and you'll see its related info like device, date, version, etc. If needed, click "Scan Driver" to choose "Scan all drivers" and the program will list all the drivers installed on your computer.

    Step 2. Select Drivers
    Click "Select All" to choose all the drivers. The "Select Invert" command inverts the selection in the current window. That means all of the drivers which were previously selected are now unselected, and vice versa. If there was no selection before, the command selects the entire drivers.

    Step 3. Backup Drivers
    The program provides 3 ways to backup the drivers - "Backup selected drivers"/"Backup recommended drivers"/"Backup all drivers" and you can choose one according to you needs. You can also press hotkey F9/F10/F11 to perform the corresponding actions. Within several seconds, the backup process will be complete. Click "Backup - Browse backup folder..." to directly open the folder that stores the backed-up drivers.

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