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Can you send to a disk your modem driver CD Rom drivers and other plug n play drivers from your computer?

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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.

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