When Driver Robot has successfully updated your HP drivers, or if you have decided you no longer need Driver Robot on your system, you can uninstall it in one of two ways.
Both of these options completely remove Driver Robot from your system.
Installing Driver Robot on your system is fast and painless.
We've put together a set of detailed instructions for loading Driver Robot on to your system, and removing it when you're finished with it.
With Driver Robot, you're 100% assured of only ever installing official releases from HP's driver team.
Driver Robot rigorously maintains a huge database of drivers for all HP devices, meaning you never have to worry about errors or crashes from bad drivers.
Driver Robot automatically scans your computer and installs the latest official driver from HP for you.
Don't take the chance of installing old or unsupported drivers for your Wi Fi.
We highly recommend Driver Robot to all Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista users.
In Vista and Windows 7, the same functionality is behind an icon called "Programs and Features". Here, you will see a list of every application installed on your system.
Find the entry for Driver Robot and click on it once to select it. Pressing this will begin the Driver Robot uninstallation procedure.
The file is 5.1MB and will take around 10 seconds on a broadband connection, or 5 minutes on a dial-up connection.
If prompted, save the setup file to your computer's desktop.