Sally,

You might have them on a CD or diskette that came with the machine originally, or you might have to download them from the manufacturers site. It greatly helps if you know what make and model of video card you have, as you will surely understand.

It might be necessary to install motherboard drivers to get on-board USB, sound and network working also. The video could very well be on the motherboard also. You're the only one who can check.

It's MUCH better to prepare for a reformatting by collecting all the info and drivers before you take the final step of format c:. That's a lesson to be learned.

Hope this helps.


Kees