I am not very big with anything to do with command prompt etc and i do not really know how to install display drivers, motherboard drivers for this platform.
Drivers come bundled with the kernel, which is the most core part of an operating system and communicates with the hardware. Some devices may need additional drivers to be installed, but this is normally for extremely new devices... or wireless. As far as the command line is concerned, try to learn it anyway. You will find how much easier it is to administrate your computer when you can do everything in a single window instead of clicking around until you find the right menu and right buttons. I use the command line in Windows sometimes because there are times when the GUI just doesn't allow me to do what I want.