It’s not easy to find software or drivers for your computer. When you reinstall Windows on your computer, there are usually hardware parts, such as the wireless card, internet port, or sound, that still need to be set up. This means you need to find the exact software to install that will allow your computer to recognize these devices. People typically refer to this software as drivers or software drivers.
How do you find drivers? The easiest way is from the CDs that come with your computer. But, as you can probably attest, either the CDs didn’t come with your computer or you lost them. Then, the only ways to retrieve them is by calling up your manufacturer (i.e. Dell, Toshiba) and asking for them or downloading the drivers from the Internet. It makes sense to call up your manufacturer for your drivers if you are in warranty since they’ll ship it to you for free. If you are out of warranty, you might as well get them off the Internet.
You may find the appropriate drivers by going to your manufacturer link below: