If you purchased a system preinstalled with Windows, your hard drive includes a directory called images in its root that contains software and soft copies of manuals for the peripherals. The directory structure under the images directory is logically organized into several levels.
In the images directory are drivers and NIDRIVERS directories. The drivers directory contains driver installers for the system peripherals. These files and directories are copied exactly from the manufacturer distribution disks, so the naming conventions vary from peripheral to peripheral. The NIDRIVERS directory contains the GPIB and PXI Platform Services drivers preinstalled on the controller.