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How to create a driver CD?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by hersheybar11, Dec 31, 2008.

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  1. hersheybar11

    hersheybar11 Thread Starter

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    Does anyone know how to create a Driver CD so that when i reinstall my OS, i can install all the drivers for my PC.
     
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    If you have down loaded them to your hard drive and kept them, then All you would need to do is save the "Install" files to a external device.
     
  3. hersheybar11

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    Umm.. i don't think i kept them all.. If i did, where do i find them, in the c: drive?
     
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    Where ever you saved them to. [smile]
     
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    if you havent save them then you need to go to the pc manufacturer and download the drivers.

    if any have specialized instruction then just copy and paste the text into a notepad file that way when you go to install you are prepared,
    keep the drivers on a cd with your notes and keep it windows disk
     
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