I recently got a AMD 64 bit computer and because it is a 64 bit, some programs will not automatically work for me. Add that to the fact that I am a Linux user this poses some problems for me. I was finally able to get my computer 99.99 % done but one driver caused me no end of trouble, my Nvidia Geforce card. I was able to finally solve it via the Ubuntu Forums, but what if you are not an Ubuntu user with a fantastic forum to go to in times of trouble, what if you are a Windows user?
Well instead of spending hour upon hour seeking the information out you can now go to a website called Driver-Library.com and find your drivers, as well as all the information about the drivers. It is an Encyclopedia of Driver knowledge. For instance what if you need information on ibm mouse drivers? You just go to the web page at Drivers-Library.com and read up on the driver. Once at that page, you will find informational pages for all the IMB input devices including Japanese Keyboards and Thinkpad Tablets. They also have a handy Driver Tools page for your use.
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