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CJCotter During the one-day promotion, can we purchase multiple licenses?
Feb 20 2013 at 5:08am Copy Link
Susan Myers Hi - you can purchase up to 2 licenses. Each licenses is good for 3 computers.
PC Updater DOES give you a choice about installing the drivers. You scan, get your results list, and then can choose either individual drivers to update one at a time (recommended), or all at once.

We recommend that you run the DriverBackup (included) first, before updating your drivers. That way, if you don't like a driver update, it is very easy to Restore your older driver. The software also automatically sets a system restore point for you when it runs your scan, so if it comes to that you've got a Restore Point set for immediately before your update. :-)
RadarSync - Feb 20 2013 at 11:26am Copy Link
VLM Does the database include only manufacturer-provided drivers, or also 3rd party drivers?
Feb 21 2013 at 7:44am Copy Link
Susan Myers Hi VLM!
The database includes drivers provided both by the OEM (i.e. Dell or HP) and by the component manufacturers (i.e. Realtek). Does this answer your question?
RadarSync - Feb 21 2013 at 11:09am Copy Link
VLM Susan, Thank you, yes, and it raises another concern. As I understand it ... and I may be mistaken here ... some parties that offer a similar solution guarantee that they will offer only drivers issued by manufacturers ... no third-party drivers.

Would you be willing to comment on this topic/concern?

Feb 21 2013 at 1:11pm Copy Link
Susan Myers We only offer drivers issued by manufacturers.
RadarSync - Feb 21 2013 at 9:42pm Copy Link
John Williams Is it windows 8 compatible?

Feb 22 2013 at 1:25am Copy Link
Susan Myers Hi John,
Yes, it is Windows 8 compatible and certified by Microsoft. You can confirm this by looking up RadarSync PC Updater in the Microsoft Windows 8 store. We are listed there.
RadarSync - Feb 22 2013 at 7:32am Copy Link
VLM Susan, Thank you. I guess the language used "out there" can be a bit confusing. Above, you wrote "The database includes drivers provided both by the OEM (i.e. Dell or HP) and by the component manufacturers (i.e. Realtek)." Below, you wrote "We only offer drivers issued by manufacturers." I have a feeling this makes perfect sense to some people, but I am not among them. OEMs are NOT manufacturers, they are high fallutin' distributors.
Feb 22 2013 at 1:50pm Copy Link
Susan Myers VLM - I won't comment on your OEM comment, :-)
In any case, all the drivers we offer are created by the companies who actually make the hardware the drivers support. Hope that clears things up.
RadarSync - Feb 22 2013 at 4:12pm Copy Link
Norm Sash Well drat... I had this in my shopping cart but got distracted and didn't press checkout. I did download the "trial", but it only does a scan. It doesn't actually let you update any drivers so I can't tell how well that works.
Feb 23 2013 at 5:38am Copy Link
Tortuga @Susan :)
Hello, I just bought your app, have a couple of questions
1) I can't find the changelog on your site. Can you provide us w a direct link, please?
2) I see you bundle AskToolbar & other such browser hijack crapware w the download, or at least DID in the past. Are registered users ALSO subjected to this practice too???!! :(
This being in the mkt since 2006 it has a rather low profile ... not many reviews, info, etc
TIA, Peace
Feb 23 2013 at 8:36am Copy Link
Joe M To Norm Sash. I did the same thing and missed the deal. I wish that these deals lasted longer. 72 hours would be nice instead of 24 hours, which really is not 24 hours to me. Usually by the time I check my Bits email and go to the products page there is only about 15 hours left. That usually does not give me enough time to decide if the program is worthy for my needs. I have bought software in the past because of the deal and then find out that the program is not what I needed after all.
Feb 23 2013 at 12:38pm Copy Link
Susan Myers Hi Tortuga:
1. Why do you need the changelog? Which version are you looking to compare this version too?

2. We do not bundle AskToolbar or anything else with our software. Not sure where you are downloading from, the if you download from either our website or the link here on Bits D'Jour there are no bundles with the download.
RadarSync - Feb 23 2013 at 9:39pm Copy Link
Susan Myers @Norm and @Joe -- sorry you missed the promo. We may be doing this again, so feel free to 'follow' us and you'll get the notice. Thanks for your interest! (btw we don't control the promotion period, that is bdj's territory)
RadarSync - Feb 23 2013 at 9:41pm Copy Link
Emrey Yildirim good :)
Mar 19 2013 at 12:11pm Copy Link
Susan Myers Thanks!
RadarSync - Mar 19 2013 at 1:19pm Copy Link
George Butel I live in a world where the latest and greatest drivers don't always work right. I've had instances where I had to stay with a particular driver version from a number of versions back. Is this thing user choosable, like Driver Detective? Does it have better tech support than Driver Detective, i.e., does tech support exist? An instance where tech support would be appreciated is when a particular driver download fails, such as an Atheros Enet driver recently via the Driver Detective gui. I really wanted that driver because Win8 keeps having to reset the enet driver for some reason, a problem quite possibly due to a buggy driver. You'd think, that if there's a problem, tech support would be able to point me to an alternate download site.
Aug 23 2013 at 5:59am Copy Link
Larry Steiner I'm thinking seriously about getting this offer but I'm worried about one thing. I downloaded the trial and ran it - with two disturbing results.
1. The scan totally missed my out-of-date Nvidia video card driver. I'm actually three updates back. Why didn't it catch it?
2. My mouse and keyboard are from Microsoft. Your program suggests the updated driver, but says the vendor is "Logicool". Who are they and why aren't your replacement drivers from Microsoft?
Aug 23 2013 at 7:50am Copy Link
Markus Meyer I'm also interested, but have tested several of such tools, and they appear to be clones of some other tool with slightly changed UI. I would also like to get the answer about tech support and why NVidia drivers are not detected.
Aug 23 2013 at 8:55am Copy Link
Kenneth Floyd Be careful. I paid and Avangate states my transaction is finished, but I have yet to receive a key to register the product. I find this most disturbing as I have emailed every address with my order number and have not received one response.
Aug 23 2013 at 10:15am Copy Link
Constantin Florea @Kenneth Floyd - We've just contacted the vendor asking for his help in sending the registration key for your purchase.
BitsDuJour Admin - Aug 23 2013 at 10:21am Copy Link
Susan Myers Hi guys - There seems to have been a glitch @Avangate and license keys were not included in confirmation emails. We've fixed that now and all previous orders are getting their keys sent out now -- check for an email from support[at]radarsync[dot]com in the next few minutes. Sorry for the problems. @Kenneth Floyed yours has been sent out already.
RadarSync - Aug 23 2013 at 11:01am Copy Link
Susan Myers As for the other questions:
@George Butel -- You are correct about drivers. If a driver update fails we do offer support. We'll work with you to figure out which driver it was, and if there is an alternative driver we'll find it and make it available, or just post the previous driver version until a new one is released. Our support is via email, but for a problem we'll set up a live session on your PC for any customer who needs and wants to do that.

@Markus Meyer - We've been in this business since 2001.

@Larry Steiner - I can't say specifically which Nvidia driver you're looking for, but since that's such a common driver I'm guessing that we removed or chose not to update to the latest because of instability or bugginess in the driver. As for the Mouse and Keyboard -- drivers are found not by the brand name, but by the hardware ID of your hardware. It's unlikely that Microsoft made the mouse and keyboard, so the driver / hardware ID belong to the actual manufacturer, not the brand name.

Keep the questions coming!

RadarSync - Aug 23 2013 at 11:08am Copy Link
Kenneth Floyd Thank you, I just received it!
Aug 23 2013 at 11:36am Copy Link
Susan Myers Our apologies again!
RadarSync - Aug 23 2013 at 11:50am Copy Link
Bruno Verschraegen I am so confused/doubtful. I'd love to buy the software, especially at this price, and the prompt responses by RadarSync here above inspire confidence. Yet… I am running from time to time trial versions of 2 similar products without ever doing an update because the big difference in results made me doubt. And now I also ran the RadarSync trial - and am ending up with 3 very different scan results... How to know who gets closest???

I won't cite the other products here, but they are both well-known.

RadarSync identifies 42 outdated drivers and so does "competitor” 1, but there is very little resemblance between the items for which a driver update is supposedly necessary/available. In contrast, "competitor" 2 claims to identify 58 outdated drivers, but only lists 24… Both competitor 1 and RadarSync list an avalanche of respectively more than 20 (!) and 15 different Intel component drivers; not sure all of these components are that relevant. Competitor 2 in fact only lists 7 Intel drivers.

Almost the only common factor across all three is that they identify my Nvidia display adapter driver as outdated. RadarSync and competitor 1 both offer the same most recent version dated 13 June 2013; competitor 2 offers an even more recent version of 25 July 2013.

Last facts to signal, and then I’ll shut up… The 42 outdated drivers mentioned by RadarSync include 9 identical entries for my Logitech 9000 Pro webcam (same driver)?! Both competitors claim my Dell Bluetooth module to be outdated, while RadarSync doesn’t. RadarSync on the other hand flags my Dell touchpad, whilst the others don’t. And all in all, because both RadarSync and competitor 1 list so many Intel components and because there are so many repeats of the same driver in RadarSync, competitor 2 ends up displaying the biggest variety of components, despite only displaying 24 outdated drivers (despite the scan result title claiming 42…

I guess I’ll be confused for another while… unless Susan can shed some light?
Aug 23 2013 at 12:38pm Copy Link
Susan Myers @Bruno We are constantly updating our database with new drivers, and removing drivers that we find lacking. There our so many drivers out there, but we do our best to keep you updated. I can't speak for competitors and how they list updates, but this is our story.

How RS works: We locate driver updates by Hardware ID. You might find that it looks like there are multiple updates of the same driver. In reality, they are not same component -- they have different hardware ids, and we display driver updates on the base of their hardware id. Also, In every PC, many devices can also have the same name, but they are different devices.


hardwareid drivername

BTHENUM\{24DF01A9-3E4F-4c9f-9F66-5AA8AB14F8F4} BroadComm Bluetooth Stack

BTHENUM\{6E0C8F4C-D928-4852-B6B2-F0F0E0D126FA} BroadComm Bluetooth Stack

Most important -- with any driver update -- use the Backup feature (we have one) before updating any drivers. Then do one at a time, and wait to check the results before you move on. This will make it much easier to identify and recover from any problem a driver causes.

Hope this helps!
RadarSync - Aug 23 2013 at 2:00pm Copy Link
George Butel Sorry, in my original comment, I meant Driver Genius, not Driver Detective. Driver Detective I'd bought about 11 years ago for a WinMe system, and it was one of the most nightmarish programs I've ever used, almost as bad as Windows Vista. Driver Genius works quite well, but lacks customer support.

I just restored an image of my system to before I had DG installed is why I was looking here, because of several issues, which may well be Microsoft's fault.

But I decided to download your trial, and, guess what: Norton ate it. I've used Norton on and off for about 12 years, and I know that it's sometimes off its meds, so I restored the file, scanned it manually with Malwarebytes and SuperAntiSpyware, which found nothing, then I checked with, which scanned the file with 37 different antimalware programs, and it came back clean. Even the ones that find the most false positives, JiangMin and ClamAV gave it clean bills of health.

Norton's problem was the Insight Scan. Bizarrely enough, after restoring the file from Norton's quarantine, then scanning it manually with Norton, Norton let it go, although it said "There are some indications that the file is untrustworthy." The original screen that came up when it ate the file said that numerous users in the Norton community had flagged it, but the manual scan said that fewer than 50 Norton users had used it, so maybe you need to mail Norton a dose of Thorazine.

So then I checked the Amazon and the CNET reviews. I'm a little bit of a geek myself, and I can tell that a lot of the reviews, especially the negative ones in both places, are from people who don't know the difference between a hard drive and a mouse. But there are more highly negative than highly positive reviews in both places, particularly CNET, which concerns me. It appears that most of the bad reviews on CNET are of the trialware product, which is understandably going to create issues in some "minds." I would suggest, however, that, as a company, you do as some other manufacturers do, and respond yourself, at least to valid claims.
Aug 23 2013 at 3:34pm Copy Link

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