Drivers

  milkybarkid 22:51 22 Aug 2005
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I want to re=format my hard drive. Are all my drivers located in a folder that I can save to Cd and then relaod after format?

  User-312386 22:54 22 Aug 2005

nope

but we can guide you in the right direction if you tell us what MOBO and graphics card you have

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 22:55 22 Aug 2005

but they could be click here

  woodchip 23:01 22 Aug 2005

What OS

  woodchip 23:05 22 Aug 2005

Download this drvexp17.zip from click here unzip read the readme file and use

  milkybarkid 23:31 23 Aug 2005

FruitBat seems to have the best solution but thank you all.

Milkybarkid

  woodchip 23:40 23 Aug 2005

Well the Program I gave a Link to Saves all you Drivers to disc you can put on a CD load Hardware and install the drivers in device manager all from the Disc

  woodchip 23:41 23 Aug 2005

Well the Program I gave a Link to Saves all you Drivers to disc you can put on a CD load Hardware and install the drivers in device manager all from the Disc

  milkybarkid 23:55 23 Aug 2005

...but I could'nt get that to work. Have you tried the link lately?

  Strawballs 23:58 23 Aug 2005

I have downloaded and unzipped the program but have not run it yet as I don't need it at the moment

  Midsman2005 23:59 23 Aug 2005

You dont actually need that many drivers.

Probably only...

Sound driver. Graphics driver. Modem.

And then the drivers for any printers, scanners, other PCI cards, etc. you have attached that you should have on disk anyway.

But yes. Before doing your reinstall it is a good idea to put them all on CD first to enable you to do it quickly when you are ready for it.

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