In Windows 7, these drivers and their setup files are stored in a central location under the System32 directory.
Depending on the needs of your business, you can enable employees to access these files and reinstall drivers as needed, or edit the folder permissions to block certain users or groups -- called "objects" in Windows -- from viewing or modifying the driver files. in English literature from Valencia College and is completing a B. in computer science at the University of Central Florida.
clean install of W7 via an upgrade disc but using OEM prod key off machine decal (had to use MS phone activation - but successful) to avoid bloatware from recovery disc/oem.
You might see if you can use Device Manager as in the tutorial below.
Each one requires a driver download from the Dell website (which is annoying!
)So how do you back up the drivers in your Windows installation and how can you use these?
When time comes to reinstall the drivers you can copy the folders back.
Device drivers enable hardware components -- such as video cards, webcams and monitors -- to interface with the operating system and its high-level applications.