from pc one drive is missing after formatting

August 18, 2012 at 21:10:24
Specs: Windows 7
before formatting my pc it had four drivers but after formatting one driver was missing.

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#1
August 18, 2012 at 23:04:08
what im gonna say about your prolbem is you have so many option to get your missing driver/'s why don't you try driverpacksolution for your missing driver or even downloading it from the internet. if you knew the driver missing find it but the best option that i'll give you is the driverspacksolution it can automatically detect the missing driver and asking whether to download it.

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#2
August 19, 2012 at 04:38:23
First we need to make sure of what you mean. In your title you say "... one drive is missing after formatting" and in the body of your message you say "... after formatting one driver was missing." which is COMPLETELY different.
A Drive is a hard drive or partition on a hard drive and shows up in Computer with a letter like 'C Drive'.
A Driver is a piece of Software that is needed to make a piece of Hardware run properly. Your computer would not know what to do with Video card (or the built in video circuits) without a Driver for it.
SO you see that both questions are completely different and the answers need to be completely different.
Please explain completely and in details what is missing, what it does/did, and exactly how it happened.
Also know that Formatting a hard drive or partition on a hard drive just wipes everything off of it and prepares it to be used. Formatting a partition that contains an operating system does not replace the operating system, that requires a reinstall or a factory restore to do. Please explain exactly what you did and what the problem was that lead you to believe that you should do this. It will also explain any underlying problems that might still be there and might still need to be dealt with. If this is a manufactured system, include the make and model number in case we need to access information about the system to help you.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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#3
August 19, 2012 at 04:42:44
@rhex: I always recommend going directly to the source for drivers. Other sources and scanners may not read it correctly and give you similar or generic drivers when it cannot tell the difference between models or versions and cause problems. OEM versions may read as stock version but are different.

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