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I installed a digital camera on my laptop. When I turned the computer off,
it brought me to the repair system screen. I don't have the Windows Vista
installation disk. Is there anyway to find the drivers without the disk?
The system drivers are under C:\Windows\system32\drivers and \driverstore.
However, what you may be seeing is your manufacturer's repair options that
were accidentally invoked. Can you exit them and try loading the system?
"acer123" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I installed a digital camera on my laptop. When I turned the computer
> it brought me to the repair system screen. I don't have the Windows Vista
> installation disk. Is there anyway to find the drivers without the disk?