How to Create a Driver Diskby 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
- link Microsoft: Burn disc