how can i download the drivers to a disk so i can instll onto my desk top
Downloading Drivers is not so tough. In order to help we need the Make, Model and Operating System being used in whatever kind of computer you are running.
If you have an active internet connection, type the name and model of your computer into Google. Here is an example of what to type into the search box without the quotes. "Dell Precision M60 Windows XP Drivers" That will take you to Dell Support and the drivers that you need to identify and run your hardware.
Once you see the drivers, left click (one at a time) on the ones that you want. A box in your browser (Pale Moon, Firefox, Internet Explorer) will open and ask where you'd like to save the driver files. Select "desktop"
Once you have the drivers on your desktop, highlight the item, right click to select, left click "open" the file Once it is opened, left click the "readme" text file(s) (.txt files will automatically open using "notepad") Read the file to make sure that you do in fact have the correct driver. (The file will normally describe the make, model and operating system that the driver is intended for...and, follow the installation instructions. (It usually only tales a left click or double left click to complete the driver installation process. If the program tells you reboot the computer, DO IT. After you are booted back up, do the same for all of the driver files that you have downloaded.
At the end, click "Start" - "Control Panel" - "Hardware" -"Device Manager" and be really happy if you see no yellow (?) question marks. See? Not so hard at all. cya