How to Create a Driver Disk

by TS Jordan

The driver files on your computer's operating system allow the operating system to interface with your hardware. Creating a disc containing all of the driver files on your computer is a good backup and insurance policy, protecting your important driver files against loss or damage from computer issues. Accomplish this by copying your existing driver files to a blank disc; a process that takes just minutes.

Insert the blank disc into the system.

Select "Open writable folder."

Right-click the Windows-logo button on the lower-left-hand corner of the screen, and click "Explore."

Click "C," "Windows," "System32," and right-click "Drivers."

Click "Copy," click your CD drive, right-click, click "Paste," and click "Burn" to burn your driver files to CD.

Items you will need

References

About the Author

TS Jordan is an Ohio licensed attorney living and practicing out of the Cleveland area. In addition to his Juris Doctorate, he holds a Bachelors' Degree in Information Systems. He has been writing professionally for less than a year.

More Articles