A clean install by description overwrites whatever is currently on the drive, so anything that isn’t supported will be lost. Windows includes hundreds (probably hundreds) of motorists that it automatically installs. These are known as ‘indigenous drivers.’ It’s possible that Windows 10 has indigenous drivers for all of your computer’s hardware.
If Windows does not have a native driver you can install a driver from the hardware manufacturer’s website. They are known as third-party motorists. You can use a third-party drivers for your hardware even if Windows has native drivers. If you’re thinking about a clean install, you can always go to the hardware manufacturers’ websites beforehand and download the driver installers.
- Force replication (repadmin /syncall /APed)… or allow plenty of time normally
- Never use any simple password in your facebook account
- Create your FreeDOS Recovery Partition. In my own test, I used 1024MB
- 4 Open Your Browser
Store them on the USB adobe flash drive, along with a text file that explains what each driver is and exactly how to set up it. That’s what I did so for my clean install. My very own USB display drive has all the drivers (and firmware) I’ve ever installed, with complete information about each one. I never have to be concerned about how to locate drivers or what to do with them. It’s all there waiting for me.
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