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Bull$h1t. So much negative.
1. Registration is free. And it is not required to download drivers.
2. Driver zips include some kind of automatic installer, but there is a driver with this program in the archive. Just install your driver, don't run automatic installer, stupid f...s!
3. You should pay only for service manuals on the site. Didn't try it, but it looks OK. Sevaral manuals are free to download.
IF you cannot read, if your eyes are located on your a$$ and you dont see the difference between DRIVER file and any other installer in the archive, and cannot run just the driver you need - GTFO the Internet, u r stupid as f..k.
Listed as free, membership is required.
There are TWO "I Trust" reviews, ALL the others are negative reviews. WOT says "Other users consider this site trustworthy, and it has a good reputation based on user ratings".
Is WOT totally untrustworthy or what?
I am very cautious about a lot of driver websites, and this one I let my guard down a little bit as the file it was trying to get me to download wasn't simply a "GenericDriverFinder.exe" file (which quite a lot are). Unfortunately it let me down, as whilst it was a ZIP file with the title of the driver I needed (and looked fairly legit), it contained software called "Driver Updater". Thinking that I would still give this software ago (knowing full well that I have enough anti-virus and anti-malware software to protect me), I installed it to see how it went. It did pickup out of date drivers fast, but not the driver for the unique card that I was originally looking for drivers for.
Giving people a .exe instead of the file they intend, especially when that .exe is a trial version that will want you to pay and can't actually deliver what you thought you were downloading, is a deceitful practice, and whilst I don't know if it does contain viruses, it is definitely malicious.
Sent password and login over unsecured email.
Free subscription ends immediately after registering.
Shortest paid subscription is about three bucks I downloaded some motherboard drivers that I have not tested. Turns out you need to agree to Carambis driver software's license agreement which states that they can un-install any program downloaded by said program after the trial period was up. 23 bucks. I did not agree and have not been able to use any of the files I downloaded.
Fortunately the drivers from the websites like netgear and belkin worked just fine. Compare paying any amount of money with the free software from 7zip, adobe, firefox, openoffice. Why should I pay to enter into an agreement with a third party? I shouldn't therefore this site's membership is a ripoff.
POSSABILITY OF MALWARE!: Not 100% sure if these downloads are the actual downloads or if their malware. Since alot of people (26) have rated these downloads as "Malicious and Spyware" the proper response is to heed the warnings that those people have commented untill any further notices, and proof that this site isen't distributing malware.
Don't waste your time. This site leads you on to thinking you're downloading a driver. It's really just a program that wants to scan your computer to determine which drivers your system needs. Not only was it incorrect, but I never got the driver that I needed. It came in a zip file that had the driver's model number on it so it was pretty convincing. MAJOR scam. I'm virus scanning everything on that computer and crossing my fingers that it is OK.
The social buttons is... just a picture, lol: nodevice.com/images/socials_dummy.png
Tried to access the website based on the WOT rating. Sophos blocked it with this message:
High Risk Website Blocked
Access has been blocked as the threat Mal/HTMLGen-A has been found on this website.
Upon registering the first screen that opens states: Current subscription: "Your account has expired" with a choice to "BUY" additional time. What a disappointment!
What I truly don't understand is how c an this site give an "excellent" rating when everything I have seen on the first page is "red" comments?