To hell with Driver Detective--that program is more trouble than it is worth. I tried this program nearly three years ago: http://download.cnet.com/PC-Updater/300 ... 14352.html
and it solved a couple of driver issues for me that I was having with an XFX motherboard as the 64-bit drivers were not complete on the motherboard's accompanying CD. My experience was a mixed bag because it did solve my driver issues, but somehow got corrupted during an update to the program itself, and the technical support for it (which I was entitled to because I was asked to pay $29.95 for the program to update my drivers after it completed its "free scan") sucked--they would not provide me the 16-character license key that the software was requesting when I went to uninstall/reinstall the program after it was corrupted. They simply referred me to the 15-character unlock key that I was provided via email after purchasing the program. When they were going to automatically renew my subscription nearly a year later for a jacked-up price of $59.95, I contacted them and cancelled the subscription after telling them that both their software and their technical support were worthless. Stay away from this and other "automatic driver update" programs. Stay with the drivers supported and provided by Acer.