|@Aegis, not really your fault since my question wasn't very well put in the first place. You shouldn't expect to find chipset files in the prefetch folder, do you? It's meant to contain boot files. So, its partly my fault.|
After tireless searching for almost two days for a solution, I finally got one. All I had to do was download a software from Intel.com that told the PC where to locate the drivers no matter where they were installed. I learned the other process as well after reading an article on how to make your PC recognize the chipset software.
I just had to go to device manager> System devices> right-click on any device> update driver.
When the wizard appeared i had to choose No, not this time> Install from a list or specific location> Don't search. I will choose the driver to install> Have Disk and then browse to the folder where the driver files are saved.
But if you install the software you don't need to go to the device manager every time you install a driver. It automatically detects the software and lets the OS know where it is located.
Thankyou all for replying though, I really appreciate it.