Posted 17 July 2007 - 07:12 PM
First, the Driver Agent scan is only a suggestion based on what's in their database. I suggest using the scan with a grain of salt - and checking with the device manufacturer for the latest available version. Rely on that rather than a 3rd party interpretation of what you need.
Secondly, 64 bit drivers are a bit scarce - so are these beta drivers or full release version drivers?
Finally, with a proprietary system like a Dell, it's difficult to tell what's current and what isn't. Dell releases drivers for it's hardware, and they may be direct from the manufacturer - or they may have changes that are necessary for the Dell hardware. So it's somewhat of a crapshoot as to what's "current". Generally I advise that you get your drivers from the actual manufacturer of the hardware concerned - but with motherboards this distinction is hard to make (should you get the Dell chipset drivers or the Intel - and if you go with the Intel, is certain essential Dell stuff left out?).
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