Snappy Driver Installer 1.22.1 (R2201) (x86/x64) Multilingual Complete Settup Free
File Size: 33 GB
Snappy Driver Installer (SDI) is a portable driver installation and update software that does not require an internet connection. It is a reworking of the original SDIO program by Glenn Delahoy. Just like SDIO, it is a leader among programs of this class in terms of driver selection accuracy and speed. When ranking drivers, prioritizes more suitable drivers (regardless of newer versions) to minimize risks for end users. Specialists can appreciate the large amount of information provided about drivers and the ability to select an alternative driver
Key features of SDI
● Programming language: C/C++.
● The most advanced driver selection algorithm among analogues.
● The program “weighs” about 4 megabytes (both versions) and does not require any third-party programs/libraries.
● High performance indexing, driver search, installation.
● Support for working with unpacked drivers.
● Create system snapshots that allow you to emulate someone else’s system on another PC.
● Warnings about possible attempts of viruses to infect the flash drive with the program.
● Ability to update the program and driverpacks via the Internet (torrent technology).
How is this release different from SamDrivers?
This distribution is based on the SamDrivers collection with the following differences
● There is no third-party software.
● There are no other software to install drivers.
● Both versions of the SDI program, 32-bit and 64-bit, are included.
● The distribution is made in the form of a folder, not an .iso-image, which allows you to select driver packs for download.
● Distribution is updated with each release of driverpacks, and not once a month.
Driverpacks included in the distribution
DP_Biometric | Touch panels
DP_Bluetooth | Bluetooth devices
DP_CardReader | Card Readers
DP_Chipset | Chipsets
DP_LAN_Intel | Intel network cards
DP_LAN_Others | Other network cards
DP_LAN_Realtek-NT | Realtek NICs (Win Vista-10)
DP_LAN_Realtek-XP | Realtek network cards (Win XP)
DP_MassStorage | HDD/SSD Controllers
DP_Misc | Peripherals
DP_Modem | Modem
DP_Monitor | Monitor and projector
DP_Printer | Printers
DP_Sound_CMedia | C-Media sound cards
DP_Sound_Conexant | Conexant sound cards
DP_Sound_Creative | Creative sound cards
DP_Sound_IDT | IDT and SigmaTel sound cards
DP_Sound_Intel | Intel sound cards
DP_Sound_Others | Other sound cards
DP_Sound_VIA | VIA sound cards
DP_Sounds_HDMI | HDMI audio devices
DP_Sounds_Realtek | Realtek sound cards
DP_Sound_Waves | Extracted from DP_Sounds_Realtek
dp_telephone | Phones/Smartphones
DP_Touchpad_Alps | Alps touch pads
DP_Touchpad_Cypress | Cypress touchpads
DP_Touchpad_Elan | Elan touch pads
DP_Touchpad_Others | Other touchpads
DP_Touchpad_Synaptics | Peripheral Synaptics
DP_TV_Aver | Tuners
DP_TV_Beholder | Tuners
DP_TV_DVB | Tuners and DVB devices
DP_TV_Others | Other tuners
DP_Vendor | Unique devices of specific vendors
DP_Video_Intel-NT | Intel Video Cards (Win Vista-10)
DP_Video_Intel-XP | Intel graphics cards (Win XP)
DP_Videos_nVIDIA_Legacy-NT | Intel graphics cards (old legacy drivers)
DP_Video_nVIDIA_Server | nVidia server graphics cards
DP_Video_nVIDIA-NT | Video cards nVidia (Win Vista-10)
DP_Video_nVIDIA-XP | nVidia graphics cards (Win XP)
DP_Videos_AMD_Legacy-NT | AMD/ATI video cards (old legacy drivers)
DP_Videos_AMD_Server | AMD/ATI Server Video Cards
DP_Videos_AMD-NT | AMD/ATI Video Cards (Win Vista-10)
DP_Videos_AMD-XP | AMD/ATI video cards (Win XP)
DP_Videos_Others | Other video cards
DP_WebCam | Web cameras
DP_WLAN-WiFi | Wi-Fi modules and wireless devices
DP_WWAN-4G | Modems/devices 3G/4G/LTE
DP_xUSB | USB controllers
DP_zAndroid | Androids
DP_zUSB3 | USB 3 controllers
DP_zVirtual | Virtual Devices
How to backup drivers?
● Before creating a backup, you must install all the necessary drivers to make sure they work.
● Enable “expert” mode.
● Check the box “Current versions”.
● Click the “Select All” button.
● Click on the line “Extract to …” and specify a folder to create a backup. Note: Since the drivers for the backup are taken directly from the driverpacks, because copying the installed drivers cannot be correct due to the absence / deletion of some files necessary for installation, in addition to specific drivers, the program will also unpack some others. Do not be surprised by files that are not directly related to a specific driver.