How can I make sure all my drivers are 100% up to date?

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  1. bmnotpls

    bmnotpls Notebook Deity

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    Without checking each separately?
     
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    Greg Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    Check each separately is probably the best idea.

    But what I always say about this: if it works without a problem for you...why fix what isn't broken.
     
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    odin243 look at all the colors...

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    Agreed, if you notice a problem with one of your devices, then I would recommend checking for a driver update. Otherwise it's generally fine to leave them alone.
     
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