Where are the drivers stored on hdd ?

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    • #3624
      Avatardjokop
      Participant

      Sorry for this question , but i can’t find them and i would like to know the location.
      The Q & A didn’t show the answer.

      Best regards,
      Djoko

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    • #3626
      GlennGlenn
      Keymaster

      By default, the drivers are stored in a directory called “drivers” directly below the directory where SDIO.exe is located. This can be changed in the options.

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    • #3629
      Avatardjokop
      Participant

      I opened(.exe) it directly from the .rar file, didn’t extract :/

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    • #3643
      GlennGlenn
      Keymaster

      if you have a rar file, then I don’t know where you got it from. The official release is zip format from http://www.snappy-driver-installer.org.

      • This reply was modified 2 weeks ago by GlennGlenn.
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    • #3646
      Avatardjokop
      Participant

      It is zip format i am just using win rar. I downloaded it from that link , i just didn’t extract , opened from the zip. And i can’t find those 5.2 GB anywhere and i have SSD and i would like to delete it.
      Sorry once more and thank you.

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      • #3647
        GlennGlenn
        Keymaster

        I don’t know to what you are referring. if you are looking for downloaded driver packs, they will be in the drivers directory or the updates directory if downloads are in progress. if you’re looking for unaccounted space I suggest you use a diagnostic tool such as TreeSize.

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    • #3657
      Avatardjokop
      Participant

      What i am trying to say is – i just double clicked SDIO_x64_R722.exe but from the zip file , i didn’t unzip the file then double click the exe file , i did it directly from the zip.
      And now i can’t find the download folder of the drivers , i have no “drivers” folder on my compuer.
      Did i explain bit better this time ? 🙂

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      • #3659
        GlennGlenn
        Keymaster

        check where winrar extracts to, possibly:

        C:\Users\\AppData\Local\Temp

        Check Winrar’s Options > Settings > Paths tab.

        like i said, use TreeSize if you’re looking for 5GB of missing files.

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