I found this on the Langalist yesterday if anyone is interested. Easy Way To Back Up Your Drivers Hi Fred, I've been a long time consumer of your newsletter and thought I d let you know about a new, free Windows utility just out by JerMar Software ( http://www.jermar.com ). It is called WinDriversBackup ( http://www.jermar.com/wdrvbck.htm ). WinDriversBackup can identify all of your Windows driver files and save them to a secure location in two simple mouse clicks. As you know, backing up your Windows driver files means they will be available to you the next time you need to reinstall the driver or the whole operating system. WinDriversBackup places the driver files in one organized location of your choosing. WinDriversBackup is especially helpful in situations where you have a computer in your possession and its internal hardware is unknown. WinDriversBackup can identify the hardware on the system and the associated drivers ---then back them up to a specified location. WinDriversBackup is even network compatible --you can just as easily connect to a remote computer on your network and backup driver files. WinDriversBackup is provided free of charge. This software DOES NOT install spy-ware or ad-ware software. When you install WinDriversBackup all you get is WinDriversBackup. There are no strings attached. WinDriversBackup seems to be an excellent tool and a good fit for the readers of your newsletter. Best of all it is free. Warm regards, Jerry Rawdon Thanks, Jerry. In the interests of full disclosure, Jerry is the "Jer" in "JerMar," so you might wonder about his objectivity. But I've tried the tool, and it's just as he says. It works quickly and effectively, and creates a neatly-ordered folder structure that contains backup copies of all the current drivers on your system. Cool! The reason they offer it for free is that they hope you'll check out their other software, some of which also is free and some of which is commercial. Well worth a look!