Hey Pro 100 you think you own ***********.com, you do not I just looked it up it is Microgaming, not Intel, you people fail to download updates, you get all the ads when using real-time streaming videos. And btw why are you such an old fart you need to print out screen shots of the updates and use them instead of the Software Update Broker that comes with Windows Vista, so you can at least see what you are going to install.
Pro 100, you need to identify the program that you are using. This is not a Windows update program and it does not download drivers. This is a detector that looks for outdated programs to locate updates that are available to be downloaded. If you really want to download updates, you need to download the updates from the manufacturer's website. You are not using the real-time streaming video from Microsoft - you are using a shareware product to listen to music and watch movies.
What are you trying to do?, do you want to get updates from the manufacturers website? Do you know all the drivers on your pc? Do you know which one requires updating, there are no step by step instructions, so do you want to learn DOS and FIND drivers then put all the files in the right directory?? Have you ever used JavaSoft's installer to install new software before? I would suggest you read the readme file in the folder that you downloaded it from. It tells you everything you need to know to begin updating drivers.
If you are running an older version of Windows you have to upgrade all the drivers and then update the Windows system files - driver updates are only for the newer OS's. If you are going to use a shareware program that comes with Windows to update your system then you are wasting your time and money. Just download the required updates from your manufacturers site, this is not the same as download updates that only one program is requesting, they download the latest versions of all your hardware. 3d9ccd7d82