If you have a gamer in the family, then you have heard of MSI—or at least seen its visual effects! Since you are here, it means you have experienced problems with one of their products and are in need of new MSI drivers. This blog will tell you how to use the MSI website to update drivers and how to update all your drivers automatically.
MSI Offers a Live Update Option
MSI recognizes the need for the latest and most up-to-date drivers. Therefore, they have simplified the process a bit by providing you an online tool to find them for you.
The online search works if you have:
• Mainboards: Drivers/BIOS versions/Utilities
• Graphics Cards: Drivers/BIOS versions/Utilities
• Barebone: Drivers.
Located on the MSI download page, you will see a big button saying “Click Here.” Click the button to start the automatic search and to find the latest drivers.
MSI Search Requirements
In order to use the above search, you must use/have the following:
• Internet Explorer 5.0 or newer
• Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7 32 bit
• Microsoft ActiveX
In addition, you need to check your toolbar settings to make sure your computer will not block the application from running.
Update All Drivers At One Time
Many times it is more than one driver causing your problems. In fact, it is not unusual to find three or more drivers outdated and functioning poorly. Therefore, some people prefer to update all the drivers at the same time to avoid the frustration of searching different sites for all the needed drivers.
If you would like to update all your drivers at once, then you will need driver update software. It scans your computer for any and all outdated drivers. Then it puts them all in a list. The free version will do this much for you.
For your convenience, you have the option to download all of them or download them one at a time. Once the download(s) is complete, all you do is click install and it installs the new drivers for you.
Run the free scan today to see which MSI drivers are outdated and in need of updating.