Updates and upgrades may sound like the same thing, but there are important differences you should understand.A software update (also sometimes called a software patch) is a free download for an application or software suite that provides fixes for features that aren't working as intended or adds minor software enhancements and compatibility.The XP Service Pack 2 Utility utility should be run on any computer running Windows XP Service Pack 2 and CS Win OMS CS v6.0 or higher.To run the utility follow these steps: Please do not download and/or attempt to install drivers from this area unless you have been specifically instructed to do so by OPMS Software Support or are an experienced hardware technician servicing a practice using OPMS software.Manufacturers of CD, DVD, and BD drives often release regular firmware updates to keep their hardware compatible with new media.For example, let's say you buy a 20-pack of empty BD discs and try to burn a video to a few of them but it doesn't work.NOTE: This tool was designed to be very simple and easy to use.Just click on 'Begin Scan' to detect your hardware; Device Doctor queries our manufacturer driver database and immediately fetches the correct driver files for your computer.
If you have any questions or are unsure of how to continue, please stop immediately and contact CS Win OMS support at 1-800-275-4637 for assistance.You can think of firmware simply as "software for hardware."However, the firmware is not to an interchangeable term for software.See Hardware vs Software vs Firmware: What's the Difference? Devices that you might think of as strictly hardware such as optical drives, a network card, a router, a camera, or a scanner all have software that is programmed into a special memory contained in the hardware itself.Although Driver Update is not technically a computer virus by definition, this program has been reported to utilize aggressive and/or unethical marketing practices in order to collect user information and potentially generate customers. Driver Update software may claim that the out-of-date or missing drivers it detected in a scan can can cause problems, system slowdowns, and bluescreen errors when this may not be the case. Open Windows Start Menu and go to the Control Panel. Search for Driver Update in the list of installed programs and double click it to initiate the manual uninstall process. Many users have claimed that Driver Update installed to their computer running the Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8 Operating Systems without their direct consent or knowledge. If you cannot find the program than it was successfully removed in previous steps. Once you have uninstalled Driver Update, search for other unwanted programs that may be installed on your computer and uninstall them as well. A software upgrade requires the purchase of the new version of your software, usually at a lower price than you would pay if you were to buy the software for the first time.