How to Register a Driver Genius License Code

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How to Register a Driver Genius License Code
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Driver Genius is a software package that scans and updates the particular software that your hardware devices need in order to successfully communicate with your computer. These programs, known as "drivers", facilitate this by being stored on the hard drive. When the hardware device needs to interact with the CPU, or computer memory, it does so by executing its driver program. Driver Genius restricts its most advanced features to registered members. Users will have to enter their license code into the software before being able to access these features.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Driver Genius
  • Microsoft Windows

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Left-click on "Start" and then on "All Programs."

  2. 2

    Hover the mouse cursor over the "Driver Genius Professional Edition" entry and then left-click on "Driver Genius."

  3. 3

    Access your e-mail account and open the email that you received from Driver Genius support. Copy the license key found there by dragging the mouse cursor over it while holding the left-click mouse button. Next, press "Ctrl" and "C" at the same time.

  4. 4

    Left-click on "Help," within the Driver Genius program and then left-click on "Enter Code." Paste your serial key into the box provided by left-clicking within it and pressing "Ctrl" and "V" at the same time.

  5. 5

    Left-click on the "Register" button.

Tips and warnings

  • If you cannot find an e-mail from Driver Genius support, then check your spam folder. Sometimes over zealous e-mail clients will send these e-mails to this folder. Add the Driver Genius support e-mail address to your address book to avoid future problems.

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