Backup Driver | Restore Driver | Backup and Restore Drivers

Backup Restore Drivers Thinking about formatting your computer to improve performance, to get rid of errors etc can be very painful. Firstly you need to think about backing up personal data and restoring it. Secondly you also need to worry about your driver CDs and DVDs to restore your display/sound/network/modem etc.

That’s when Double Driver comes to the rescue. Its a free tool that you can use to backup and restore your computer drivers.

It is fully compatible with XP/Vista and Windows 7 and best part is that it doesn’t require installation. You can download it from following URL:

http://www.boozet.org/dl.php?product=dd&mirror=2

 

Once downloaded, extract it to a folder and double click on “dd.exe”

Backup Restore Drivers

Now go to “Backup” tab and click on “Scan Current System”

Backup Restore Drivers

Now go to “Select” drop down and click on “All” and further click on “Backup Now”

Backup Restore Drivers

Now system will give you choice about how and where you want to backup your drivers. My personal choice is “Compressed zip folder” so that I can email it to my gmail account. Once you have saved the backup on pen drive or on your email, you can restore it at any time when you re-install the windows.

Backup Restore Drivers

To restore driver backups, go to “Restore” dropdown and browse to your Backup source and “Double Driver” will do the rest.

Backup Restore Drivers

Operating System Supported : Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7 (32-bit or 64-bit)

Key features:

  • Free and Easy to use
  • Doesnt require installation
  • List, save, and print drivers details
  • Backup drivers from current Windows
  • Backup drivers from non-live/non-booting Windows
  • Backup drivers to structured folders, compressed (zipped) folder, and self-extracting capability
  • Restore drivers from previous backup
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