Intel Auto Detect Driver Update Utility Now Available from ctl.helpserve.com!

Automatically Identify and Find Software Updates

Have you ever had trouble because you didn’t have the latest driver for your graphics, chipset, wireless, Bluetooth or other Intel device? CTL’s help desk can assist you. If you’re using Intel components and software, now you can quickly and easily scan and update to the current driver using Intel’s Auto Detect Driver Update Utility!

Just go to this link: http://ctl.helpserve.com/Knowledgebase/Article/View/314/20/intel-auto-detect-driver-updates, then click on “Link to Intel Site,” and click the “check your system for the latest updates button.” The utility will then scan your computer and update generic drivers for the following products:

  • Desktop Boards
  • Embedded Components
  • Ethernet Components
  • Graphics
  • Healthcare Products
  • Internet Devices
  • Network Connectivity
  • Notebook Products
  • Processors
  • Programs and Services
  • Server Products
  • Software Products
  • Solid State Drives and Caching
  • Storage Products
  • Telecom and Computer
  • Wireless Networking

From CTL’s Intel Auto Detect Driver helpdesk link, you’ll also have the option to manually download drivers through the Download Center. After you click on the Download Center link, select the product line and product name from the pull down menus and the Intel Driver Update Utility will automatically scan your system for up-to-date drivers and install them quickly.

It’s completely secure to use this free, convenient utility.  No personal information is collected, and Intel is committed to protecting your privacy. Only your system’s hardware and software will be evaluated, so you will not compromise any of your information. You will need a secure ActiveX/Java browser component, and you may need to disable any pop-up blocker you are using in order to use this service.

It’s easy to make sure your drivers are up-to-date and prevent the frustration caused by driver errors. Check out the Intel Auto Detect Driver Update Utility at http://ctl.helpserve.com/Knowledgebase/Article/View/314/20/intel-auto-detect-driver-updates today! For more information on CTL products, visit our website at ctl.net.

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Stephanie Shea holds a BA in Journalism from the University of Georgia and has over 15 years of writing experience ranging from newspaper reporting to PR, blogging, website copy, product descriptions, social media and advertising. She currently lives in Portland, Oregon and is a freelance writer specializing in computers and technology.

2 Comments

  1. love the site add me to your list of satisfied readers [] Rockland County Computer Repair

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  2. This iss a topic which is close to my heart… Many thanks!
    Where are your contact details though?

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