download replacement drivers

  ann-199314 20:31 17 Jan 06

I was told that you can download replacement drivers, in case you have a problem sometimes, and store them in a separate directory. How do you do this. I haven't any idea as to where to start. Hope somebody can help me. Thanks. Ann

  researcher 20:35 17 Jan 06

Depends what drivers you want. Go to the manufacturers web-site and download but save rather than run. Save to wherever you want.

  Skyver 20:36 17 Jan 06

Use this click here to find out what hardware you have in your machine, it provides links to the manufacturers websites in many cases - find the Support,Downloads or Drivers page on the relevant site and download the driver, then copy the downloaded file into a specific drivers folder or burn to CD.

  Stuartli 20:37 17 Jan 06

Create a suitably named downloads folder in Program Files specifically for the purpose and use sub-folders to identify which drivers are for what purpose.

You will need to configure your download manager to Save to this Folder and/or one of its sub-folders.

  recap 20:38 17 Jan 06

Create a Folder on your C: Drive with an appropriate name. click here and register and, you can search for mostly any driver you may require.

To create a New Folder, Open My Computer, Double click the C: drive and then select File/New/Folder. Give the File a Name and press Enter on the keyboard. The file/s will now be in the C: in alphaetical order.

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