Originally Posted by DarkDTSHD
Thanks for the replies people! Glad to know Apple DOES supply you with the necessary discs (e.g. recovery discs with the needed hardware drivers). Though, Kakaze didn't mention that in his reply. Perhaps he forgot.
What I dread is one day needing to do a clean install and then realizing I hadn't downloaded ALL the necessary drivers. The included software isn't a big deal IMHO. Just the needed drivers to get all the devices working (e.g. dvd burner, video card...etc.).
Can some one give me a detailed list of what are one the 2 discs please?
Thanks again! And, have a great weekend!
There are no driver disks. The system is so integrated with the hardware that the only time you should ever have to get separate drivers is if you're using external hardware, and even then OS X includes so many drivers for non Apple hardware that the chances of needing any are close to nil, unless the device is just so new that there's nothing out there for it yet.
So there aren't any driver restore disks—just the system disk and the software restore.