The following free program can list and backup the drivers on your computer. http://www.drivermagician.com/ What you want to backup are the ones that don't come with your windows system, and they are listed. In other words the drivers that you downloaded and installed yourself. Otherwise you don't really need to do this as windows will install all necessary drivers as part of the operating system.
Hope that answers your question,
I am using Belarc results to help me in preparation for my overhaul/upgrading.
My idea was to utilise the information from Belarc results to determine what drivers I possessed (& where they were located).
From this, I could calculate the number, & then
determine which of these I needed prior to reinstallation ie.perform a sifting & priortising.
But while some of Belarc Advisor information is clear, I am unclear about the other data presented. In other words, I am unclear about the range of drivers as presented in a Belarc Advisor result.
How does one resolve this dilemma?