How To Download/Update ASUS Drivers For Windows 10/11 PC


Are you tired of unnecessary screen flickering and black screens on your Asus monitor? Or does the sound start crackling on higher volume levels? Well, it may look like a hardware issue, but a driver error can also be the reason.

If the latter is the case, you can easily fix the issues by updating ASUS drivers for Windows 11.

Generally, when system performance declines, computer viruses, storage space, etc. are considered the culprits. However, we forget the fundamental components that enable the working of external hardware i.e. drivers.

Therefore, when your PC starts to run slower, or any component starts showing its age, you should first update the obsolete driver. Doing so will not only help boost the performance but will also help optimize the system.

In this post, let us discuss a few methods for downloading and updating Asus drivers, which will not only resolve issues but also optimize your device’s performance.

What are drivers? Why are they Important?

Suppose you face connectivity, display, mouse, printer, or slow PC performance problems on an ASUS computer. It might be a driver issue. To fix this problem, you must check your device and system drivers.

System drivers keep the data that helps devices communicate with the system. This helps properly transmit commands and makes the device work properly.

When you plug in a new device, PC drivers are installed automatically. This happens so quickly that you don’t notice. Therefore, driver updates are ignored, which are essential to maintaining PC performance.

Not to mention, you should keep the drivers updated to keep the laptop running smoothly. Whether it is ASUS, Lenovo, HP Acer or any other brand system and device drivers should always be updated to avoid any issues.

How To Download ASUS Driver for Windows 10, 11

There are three ways to update ASUS drivers on Windows. These include –

Manually Download Drivers from the Website.
Download and Update Drivers Via Device Manager.
Automatically Download Driver Updates (Recommended).

However, before we begin with the driver installation and updates, we recommend that you create a system restore point as a precautionary measure. Let’s learn how to create a system restore point. 

Creating Restore Point Before Updating Drivers

1. Exit all the running programs.
2. In the Windows search bar, system restore > select the best result.

system restore

3. Click on the Create button.
create system restore

4. Give a name to the restore point for identification and click Create.
name system restore point

5. Wait for the system restore to create.
creating system restore

6. When done, you will get a message.
restore point created

7. Click Close to exit the message window.
8. To check the restore point, click System Restore.
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9. Click Next.
system restore_screen

10. Select the restore point you created > Next > follow on-screen instructions, and that’s all.
select system restore

Now you can update Asus drivers using either of the steps provided below.

Note : if you plan to opt for a manual process, these above steps are a must, as the manual steps you perform are irreversible. On the other hand, using the Advanced Driver Updater creates a backup automatically, sparing you the hassle.

Option 1: Manually Download the ASUS driver

ASUS keeps releasing new drivers to keep devices updated and add more features. If you don’t like using a third-party tool to update drivers, you can go to the ASUS website & download the latest drivers you need for your device.

Follow these steps to learn more about downloading ASUS drivers download utility on Windows 11 and 10.

1. Visit the ASUS support page.
2. Enter the product name in the search box.

asus support
3. Select Drivers & Tools tab > select operating system. This is a crucial step; therefore, be sure you select the correct bit and version number of the operating system on which you want to update the driver.

Note- Generally ASUS driver detect identified correct version of the operating system.

z170 pro gaming

Note: The OS supported by Motherboard is different. If your OS is not included in the select menu, this motherboard doesn’t support the OS.

4. Select the right option from the list and download the latest driver.

z17 pro gaming driver
5. Unzip the setup file and double-click ASAU Setup or Setup. Then follow the on-screen instructions to download and install the latest ASUS driver.
6. Restart the system to apply changes, and that’s it. You will have the latest version of the ASUS laptop drivers.

You can always return to Advanced Driver Updater if this seems too much trouble.

Must Read:- How to Download & Update Intel HD Graphics 620 Driver

Option 2 – Download & Update ASUS drivers Using the Device Manager

1. Press Windows + X  > Select Device Manager from the context menu.

device manager

2. Look for the driver category you want to update. Double click on it to expand the category.
3. Right-click on the driver you want to update > select and click Update Driver.update driver

4. Select Search automatically for automatically

 5. Let Windows check for driver updates. If an update is available, it will be automatically installed in the background.

When done, restart the PC to apply the change.

Option 3 – Download and Install ASUS Drivers Automatically (Recommended)

Manual ways can sometimes be a bit overwhelming and might create confusion. Also, they are time-consuming and require patience. Therefore, if you are short on time and looking for an easy way to update the ASUS driver, this is a suitable method.

Use Advanced Driver Updater to update the ASUS monitor driver on Windows 11, and 10. The driver updater for Windows will autodetect the system and device details to make things easy and save time. You can use the Free or Registered version of Advanced Driver Updater to update ASUS drivers on Windows 11 and 10.

Unlike the trial version, the registered version allows using the Update All button.

To run Advanced Driver Updater, use the following steps:

1. Get Advanced Driver Updater.

2. Launch the best driver updating tool offered by Systweak.
3. Click Start Scan Now button & wait for Advanced Driver Updater to scan the system.

Advanced Driver Updater
4. Check the scan results.
5. Click the Update driver link when using the FREE version. However, if registered users, go with the Update All button.

update all outdated driver
6. Restart the computer to save changes.

This will update the ASUS driver on your Windows 11 and 10.

Final Words

We discussed some of the best methods for updating the ASUS driver on Windows 11, and 10. You can select any of the choices based on your needs. If you don’t want to jeopardize system performance and data by downloading erroneous drivers, we recommend using Advanced Driver Updater.

To avoid problems while upgrading drivers, make sure you have a steady internet connection and reboot the PC.  These two things should never be overlooked.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. What to do if there is no driver for Windows 10 on ASUS official site?

Suppose you cannot locate the driver update for Windows 10 on the official site; you can use Advanced Driver Updater to update drivers. The driver updating tool has an extensive database of drivers, and it helps update almost all the outdated drivers.

Q2. What is My ASUS driver?

It is the portal of ASUS PC software service, that provides quick access to ASUS software functions.

Q3. Does ASUS have a driver update utility?

Yes, you can automatically find the latest driver using the ASUS Live Update icon at the right bottom corner.

Q4. How do I install drivers without setup?

To install a driver without a setup you can use Advanced Driver Updater, a third-party driver updating tool that helps find and update drivers automatically.

Q5. How do I access MyASUS?

If you have downloaded the MyASUS app to access it just type MyASUS in the Windows search window and open it.

However, if you haven’t installed it, you can do so by going to Microsoft Store.

Open MS Store > search for MyASUS and hit the Install button.

Read More:- How to Download Logitech G Pro Wireless Drivers – Windows

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Preeti Seth
Preeti Seth

A UX writer who loves explaining technical details in a clear, crisp, and concise manner. She loves writing about technical troubleshooting, How-To's, product reviews, etc. In her free time, she loves reading, meditating, and traveling.

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