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How to Backup and Restore Drivers in Windows Using Double Drivers

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Double Drivers is a simple yet powerful portable tool (no installation required) that will help you backup and restore drivers in Windows.

Drivers are programs that control devices on your computer; this is how Windows can talk to and understand every device on your system, whether it’s a printer, sound, video, keyboard, etc. each device must have a driver.

Although Windows 7 and Windows Vista recognize thousands of devices that you can install on your system using Plug & Play, it’s a good idea to create a backup of your already installed drivers. This is useful, for example, when you don’t have the driver CD for a specific device or the driver is no longer available when you search online. It can be quite tricky, for example, if you just installed Windows and find that Windows failed to install the network adapter driver and now you can’t go online to find it.

Double Driver is a free tool that not only allows you to view detailed information about all drivers installed in Windows, such as version, date, vendors, etc., but also allows you to backup, restore, save and print easily all selected controllers.

How to use Double Driver to back up drivers

  1. After downloading and unzipping the files, you can double click dd.exe to launch Double Drivers – the good thing about this tool is that it is portable and you don’t need to install anything, you can even store and run this tool from a USB drive for your convenience.

  2. navigate to Backup and click Check current systemthis will generate a list of all drivers installed on your system.

  3. Select the drivers you want to back up and click Copy now. Finally, simply choose where to save the backup (preferably to the shared folder on the network or on a USB drive), and also choose the output (default is OK) and click It’s fine to finish backing up your device drivers.

How to use Double Driver to restore drivers

  1. to run dual controllersnavigate to Restore section.

  2. click on Find backupselect available or browse for backup, select the drivers you want to restore, click restore now Y It’s fine. Follow any other instructions, if prompted.

  • Download dual drivers

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