you might get lucky on ebay or something like that but that's about all.Driver Finder is an advanced driver scanning, updating and downloading utility for Windows-based PCs. Driver Finder also uses exact match technology ensuring that your PC will be updated correctly Driver Finder is an advanced driver scanning, updating and downloading utility for Windows-based PCs.
that's why it is only a cd instead of the massive dvd size it is now. yah you'll need to download them manually if they exist and install them yourself.win xp had very little built in drivers like we are used to now. you'll need to go there like paul linked and type in the service number of the laptop or other info it asks for. it is possible they did not make xp drivers for that model but you may still be able to track them down.In some cases, you have to reboot your computer to give Windows a chance to load the new driver. In the resulting Turn Off Computer dialog box, click the Restart button to reboot your system.The driver should now, by the magic of the Windows Plug and Play feature that automatically detects new hardware, be working.If the folder contains executable files or a setup file you can install the driver using an executable.
If the directory contains files, you can install the driver using an inf or use the "have disk" option during the install.
that's why it is only a cd instead of the massive dvd size it is now. as for finding the actual restore disk, that is very unlikely.
dell probably does not have it anymore and no one that i know of actually archives them.
How a driver is saved and packaged determines how it is installed.
Below is information about each of the methods developers use to distribute their drivers as well as how to install them in Microsoft Windows.
Also, make sure you are installing it for the version of Windows you are running on your computer.