On September 4, 2008 Sony, in conjunction with the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission, announced a voluntary recall of their VAIO TZ-series Notebooks.
PC Pitstop Research took a look at the display, media (sound card) and network drivers for the PCs that ran our on line tests during the month of October 2007. Based on our observations, these hardware classes include devices that are likely to have the most frequent driver updates. When we compared a PC’s installed driver date to the newest driver date for a given device in our database, we were able to determine the percentage of PCs that were not using the newest driver for their hardware component.
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