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For a proper operation of any computer device (like modem, printer, video or sound card), the device driver must be installed. A device driver is a set of system files, developed by a device manufacturer. Many drivers, such as the keyboard driver, come with the operating system. These drivers are installed automatically during Windows setup or when a device is plugged in. For other devices, you may need to load a new driver from a device setup CD.
At device driver installation, driver files are copied from a specified location to system folders and get integrated into Windows. DriverExtractor can "reverse" the installation process by searching for all device driver files, retrieving them from Windows system folders and coping into a specified location.
Basically, DriverExtractor recovers a driver and creates a driver files folder, which can be later used to install this driver back into the system.