If the folder contains executable files or a setup file you can install the driver using an executable.
CD Example:-Printer A100--Win9x--Win2k--Win XP-Printer A200--Win9x--Win2k--Win XP-Printer B100--Win9x--Win2k--Win XP For example, if you had a Printer A200 and were using Windows XP you would find your drivers in the Printer A200\Win XP folder.
Once the location of the drivers is found, you must determine how the drivers are packaged.
Once the drivers are found on the drive, you must determine how the drivers are packaged.
If the directory contains executable files or a setup file you can install the driver using an executable.
After the drivers have been downloaded, you must determine how the drivers are packaged.
When extracting the drivers, make sure to remember where you place the folder containing the drivers since you need to point to this folder as part of the driver installation process.A computer or hardware manufacturer may place the drivers on a CD, diskette, or folder on the hard drive for Windows to find and use during its hardware detection.Below are steps on how to install drivers for a new device and upgrade a device's driver for this setup.Also, make sure you are installing it for the version of Windows you are running on your computer.Below is an example of how a file structure may look on your disc.Start here to learn fundamental concepts about drivers.