Best Answer

Only if the drivers are under 1.4 meg in size, then they can be saved to a floopy drive. If the drivers are larger you must have a CD burner to save these to a CD disk.

User Avatar

Wiki User

โˆ™ 2011-09-12 14:14:17
This answer is:
User Avatar
Study guides

Create a Study Guide

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: Can you send to a disk your modem driver CD Rom drivers and other plug n play drivers from your computer?
Write your answer...
Related questions

Why does modem stay lit when shutting down computer?

The modem and the computer are separate from each other. The modem is what brings Internet into your house, and then an Ethernet cable brings it to your computer or a router. It is not recommended that you shut off the modem.

What will happens if your computer don't have a driver?

It depends what driver you mean. Drivers are small programs that tell the computer information about such things as the disk-drives, display, expansion sockets (eg USB), printers and other hardware. Without the necessary drivers, the computer will fail to recognise a piece of hardware, and it will not function correctly.

What software that controls the hardware attached to computer?

They're called 'drivers'. A computer needs a driver for every peripheral attached to it - to enable the components to 'talk' to each other.

What are the three major drivers of globalization?

Three of the major drivers of globalization include the market driver. Two other main drivers of globalization are the cost driver and the technological driver.

What is the difference between port speed and modem speed?

Port speed is how fast the computer talks to the modem. Modem speed is how fast the modem talks across the phone line to the other modem.

Is a standard modem computer soft wear?

A modem is a piece of hardware. Mechanically installed in a computer to communicate with the internet or other computers. Software is a written program to operate within a computer.

When may you lend your driver's license to other drivers?

To prove you have a drivers licence

A defensive driver anticipates actions of other drivers and is prepared to take?

A defensive driver anticipates the actions of the other drivers and is prepared to take evasive action. He or she is always on the alert.

What is computer's modem?

Modem is a contraction of MOdulator DEModulator. It changes the digital 1s and 0's that a computer uses and turns them into a signal that can be sent down a telephone line. The modem at the other end puts the signal back back into 1s and 0s and passes the information to the computer.

What is the program devices attached to a computer come with?

Attached peripherals and even internal components come with drivers. Sometimes the drivers are installed using an included utility. At other times, it is just the drivers, and the operating system can find and install them from the driver disk, CD, or other media.

A good defensive driver should do what?

look out for the actions of other drivers

Modem Router?

A modem connects your computer to the Internet. A router takes the Internet signal and splits it up and distributes it to other computers on your network. There are two types of routers, wired and wireless. A wired modem router uses a cat5 cable to connect to the modem and to connect to each computer on the network. A wireless router uses wires to connect to the modem but connects to each computer on the network without wires.

If you have a drivers permit how old does the other licenced driver have to be?


A modem allows a computer to?

The word modem is actually made of two words: "Modulator" and "Demodulator". In the days of dial-up networking, a modem's job is to turn the digital signal of your computer into an analogue form that can then be transmitted down a telephone line to another computer. When the computer at the other end receives it, it's own modem will then turn the analogue signal back into a digital one that the computer can understand. Now that many phone lines are digital, a modem's job is to translate the computer's data into a form that's acceptable for the telephone line (e.g. ADSL) and of course translate it back again at the other end.

Can you connect a laptop to the internet without a modem?

Yes, your computer doesn't need the modem, however the server computer does. This can be accomplished through a wireless network. You will need a wireless card, however; internal or external. Otherwise, there is no other way you can connect to the Internet without a modem.

What is the difference between the BIOS and a device driver?

Well,the basic input/output system (BIOS) on a computer is a simple yet important program on a personal computer (PC) that helps the computer properly boot and run an operating system (OS) during startup. BIOS drivers are typically used in reference to the program itself, and how the program runs and interacts with other devices on the computer. The BIOS drivers on a computer are saved on a small battery located on the motherboard and allow for the proper initialization and startup of a computer when powered on. In computing, a device driver or software driver is a computer program allowing higher-level computer programs to interact with a hardware device.

Does a modem allow your computer to communicate with other computers using telephone lines?


What does a modem do for your computer?

The word modem derives from the two words MOdulator-DEModulator. (The capitalized letters there are combined to make the word modem.) A modem is a device that modulates a digital data signal from a computer onto an analog signal that can then be sent over telephone lines. It is then demodulated back into digital form at the other end. Incoming digital information modulated onto an analog carrier is demodulated by the modem and its digital format restored. Basically a modem is the device that allows your computer to connect to the Internet using phone lines.

Will turning on and off your modem and router effect your computer?

Besides losing temporarily connection with them there shouldn't be any other effect on the computer.

Do I need to have one computer wired to a wireless modem for the others to work without being wired?

You should have your modem wired to at least one of your computers. If you have a desktop you should attach the modem to that so that it can send out the ISP to the other computers. It is necessary for you to do this, that way any other computer you use will have no problem picking up the signal and using the ISP.

How does a built in modem work on a lap top computer?

It works like any other modem, except the built-in modem is smaller. It sends out signals and will receive signals responding to the sent signals. If there is a connection then you have Internet access.

Why do you use modem?

modem means modulator demodulator. it converts digital signal to analog signal. it is use to transmit computer signal (digital signal) over the telephone line to communicate to other computers. modem converts the computer digital signal into frequency (analog signal) so that it can transmit over the telephone line and at the receiving end the modem converts the analog signal back to digital for the receiving computer to understand it.

What is the number one cause of accidental deaths in US?

According to researchers it has been clearly proven that the number one cause of accidental deaths in US* is... - Inattention of the driver - Intention of the driver - Driver intent on passengers or co driver - Other passengers intent on the driver - Intent of other drivers - Drivers driving intotents * Most of these accidental deaths are fatal

What are the external parts of computer?

External parts of the computer include the monitor and the modem or tower. Other external parts are the mouse, keyboard, and speakers.

Main parts of a computer?

The main parts of the computer are the monitor, the CPU, the keyboard and the mouse. The other parts include the speakers, printer, and modem.