Depending on your internet provider, this can take up to eight minutes.
When the necessary drivers are installed, Windows will prompt you that your device is ready to use.
It then attempts to install other junk software you won’t want.
After installation, Driver Update ran a scan and informed us that our computer had 14 out-of-date drivers, many of which are considered “ancient.” This is on a fresh Windows 8.1 system — installed just a few months ago — with the latest drivers available from the manufacturer’s website at the time.
In case Windows is not configured to automatically download the drivers, you will be required to approve the installation of the driver files.
The downloaded software installer will install the Tracker3 Utility software on the selected folder.
There’s no possible way we have “ancient” drivers from 2006 installed.