|jmke ||14th October 2007 18:22 |
Copy Windows Drivers From One Machine to Another
Driver problems are a source of never-ending issues in the Windows world. Often you'll have a working driver on another machine, but don't have the installation cd anymore to install on the new computer.
The simplest way to handle this is a tool called DriverMax, which will allow you to backup and restore your drivers. More importantly, it will allow you to pick a particular driver that is installed on the system and export it into a folder for reinstallation later or elsewhere. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windo...ne-to-another/
|jmke ||14th October 2007 18:23 |
Looks nifty, if you want to make a backup of all the drivers of the hardware installed in your PC:)
|Sidney ||14th October 2007 19:36 |
An actual freeware?
|jmke ||14th October 2007 20:12 |
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