|You might be misinterpreting the term 'drivers'. Drivers and drives are two different things. Drivers are files that tell the OS how to use the various pieces of hardware that make up the computer--all the motherboard functions, add-on cards and drives. In all but a few rare circumstances you install the drivers after the OS is installed.|
Are you trying to copy the contents of the old Acer drive onto the new Acer drive? If so, are you sure the old drive is good? Since you're talking about a new drive in it I assumed the old one was bad.
Or, do you want to copy some stuff from your current working computer onto the Acer computer? Best to do that with some transferable media like recordable CD's or DVD's or flash drives after you intall the OS on the Acer.
Or do you want to copy everything, including the OS, from the working PC to the Acer? That's not a practical thing to do as the installation on the working PC won't work on the Acer when it notices that all the hardware has changed.
Or, are you wanting to just have a fresh installation of Vista on the Acer. If so then, as I mentioned above, just install the drive, boot up with the Vista disk and run the installation.