You'll have to search around but all your drivers are in intel's website. Except for one, and thats your media reader, you'll have to use to one supplied on your recovery disk that came with the D400A.
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You cant. You can download all the drivers from Insignia directly but they do not support the restore/ recovery cd's any longer. I would find a forum that deals only with Insignia and ask some users that might have the same model.
If you have the original Insignia Restore DVD, then all drivers should be available automaticly, but if you are installing from a Microsoft disk, then you'll need a Realtek AC97 audio driver and an Intel 82845G video driver for the onboard chipsets. ( Sorry, you'll have to google for the driver links, Fixya's capcha, required to post links, doesn't seem to work anymore. )
All other hardware varies too much, even from the factory when these computers were new, so you'd have to either track down drivers for those, or hope that Windows can find it while checking for hardware changes and updates.
look i think the bois automatically save the older bois flash on your hard if not don't worry do you remeber where did you get the newer bois from this place you will find another bios with older dates if not on the site of insignia from drivers and support driver download bois update there you will find what you need choose the leatest one so that it update not downgrad the bois fro more or step by step answers conntact me on my mail [email protected] than and i hope your problem be solved
Get Windows CD with a proper license and try to install the Windows fresh by reformatting the system. Before that you would need to backup your drivers. For that use http://www.innovative-sol.com/drivermax/ which is a free software. However, the downside of this method is that you won't get any of the additional software that came included with the system, if you did get any.